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Don’t try to solve anything, just “be”.~ Buddha
When one has achieved mastery of meditation, the mind becomes as steady as the flame of a candle in a location with no wind.~ Bhagavad Gita
When you come to the realisation that there is nothing missing, the whole universe becomes yours.~ Tao te Ching
The process of dying involves the elimination of everything that is not you. The key to eternal life is to “die before you die” and discover that there is no such thing as dying.~ Eckhart Tolle
It is distraction whenever there are thoughts, while meditation is practised, there are no thoughts.~ Ramana Maharshi
Meditation is impenetrable by the mind; just where it stops, the meditation may begin.~ Osho
Meditation is the process that allows love to blossom.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
Here you will read meditation Quotes by Enlightened Masters like OSHO, Jiddu Krishnamurti, Ramana Maharshi, Buddha, Bodhidharma, Rumi, Eckhart Tolle, Laozi and more.
Meditation Quotes by Jiddu Krishnamurti
In order to have clear vision, the mind must be blank.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti Quotes
When you meditate, you focus your attention within, since you are the only one who can fully control your body, mind, and thoughts.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
The fact that it is impossible to acquire this skill from another person is one of the things that makes meditation one of the most beautiful things in the world. It may even be the most beautiful thing.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
Meditation is not synonymous with isolating oneself from daily life. The practise of meditation is a method for getting to know oneself better.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
The pursuit of pleasure and the quest for happiness are not what meditation is all about. On the other hand, meditation is a state of mind in which there is neither an idea nor a formula, and as a result there is complete freedom. This happiness is only bestowed upon a mind like that when it arrives unasked for and uninvited. Once it is there, you may live in a world with all of its noise, joy, and cruelty, and it will not affect that mind in any way.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
When the mind is calm, when it is no longer trying to solve the issue, and when it is still for a little period of time, the solution to the problem will present itself, and it will be resolved. This takes place in the stillness of the mind, in the pause between two ideas or two reactions. When one is in that frame of mind, comprehension is attainable.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
If you already know how to do it, meditation is the most incredible thing in the world, and it is something that you cannot possibly learn from anyone else. That is the beauty of it. Because it is not a skill that can be acquired by training, there is no authoritative source on the topic. Consequently, if you want to find out more about yourself, you should observe your behaviour, such as how you move, how you speak, how you eat, what you say, the rumours, the hatred, and the envy you feel. If you are conscious of it regardless of whether or not you want to, then all of it is included in meditation, and as you go, as you travel, as that movement goes, all of that movement is meditation. Therefore, that movement is perpetual and unending.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
The alleviation of suffering marks the beginning of insight. The presence of ignorance casts a constant shadow on knowledge. Meditation is a state in which one is free from mind and moves through the joy of the truth. The practise of meditation is equivalent to an intellectual explosion.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
Meditation is to be conscious of every thought and of every sensation, never to declare it is right or bad but merely to observe it and go with it. In that viewing you begin to comprehend the complete process of mind and sensation. And out of this knowledge comes stillness. But the silence that occurs when thought has understood its own beginning, the nature of itself, and how all thought is never free but always old – this silence is meditation in which the meditator is entirely absent, because the mind has emptied itself of the past. The silence that is put together by thought is stagnation, and it is dead.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
Therefore, to meditate is to rid the mind of its activity that is focused on oneself. And if you’ve reached this point in your meditation, you’ll notice that there is quiet and a complete absence of any thought. The mind is not tainted by the outside world; it is no longer susceptible to the pressures of any desires or the influences of any civilization. It is totally by itself, and as a result of its isolation and undisturbed state, it is innocent. Therefore, there is a potential that something that exists outside of time, something that is everlasting, may come into existence. Meditation encompasses the whole of this process.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
One of the most peculiar phenomena is perception that does not include the use of words, which also means perception that does not involve cognition. When this happens, not just the brain but also all of the senses have a considerably sharper view of the world around them. This kind of perception is not the piecemeal understanding provided by the mind, nor is it the business of the emotions. One aspect of meditation that leads to what is often referred to as a “complete perception”~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
Love cannot exist in the vacuum that is produced when intellect expands outward around itself. This distance separates people from one another, and inside it lies all of the becoming, the struggle of life, the misery, and the fear. Meditation marks the closing of this chapter of my life and the dissolution of my sense of self.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
Quotes about Meditation by Buddha
You will never stop receiving compliments and criticism, but you must never allow either one to shake your poise.~ Gautam Buddha Quotes
Do not overvalue what you have been given, and do not envy the things that other people have. One who is always envious of other people can never find inner calm.~ Buddha
Those who have eradicated the factors that give rise to envy will never lack inner tranquilly.~ Buddha
The absence of meditation leads to ignorance, yet practising it produces knowledge. Learn to distinguish between things that move you ahead and those that keep you back, and then choose the road that leads to knowledge.~ Buddha
Meditate. Live a simple life. Be Silent. Do your task to the best of your ability. Come out from behind the clouds like the moon! Shine.~ Buddha
You will be able to hear the flow of the cosmos if you are still and quiet enough. You will feel its beat. Just go with the flow. The road ahead is paved with joy. The secret lies in meditating.~ Buddha
Osho Meditation Quotes
Meditation is a state of no-mind. A condition of complete awareness devoid of any content is attained via meditation.~ Osho Quotes
When someone asks to me with the question, “How do you meditate?” I tell them, “There is no need to ask how to meditate; rather, ask how to stay unoccupied since that is the question you should be asking.” Meditation is something that develops naturally. Simply inquire about ways to pass the time without becoming engaged. That right there is the entire point of meditation: learning how to empty your mind. Then there is nothing that can be done. The meditation is going to bear fruit.~ Osho Quotes
The meditation is just being in the present moment without engaging in any activity – not thinking or feeling anything. You simply are. And the joy it brings is indescribable.~ Osho
Nothing at all should be done; this includes neither repeating a mantra or the name of God; instead, one should just observe whatever the mind is up to. Do nothing at all to interfere with it in any way, including preventing it from happening or trying to stop it from happening. You need just take the role of an observer; the miraculous act of seeing itself is a kind of meditation. As you continue to observe, you may notice that your mind begins to gradually clear of thoughts; but, you are not going asleep; rather, you are getting more attentive and more aware.~ Osho
Meditation is merely to be, without doing anything – no activity, no thinking, no emotion. You simply are. And it is a great thrill. From whence does this joy arise while you are not doing anything? It comes from nowhere, alternatively, it comes from everywhere. It is uncaused, since the existence is formed of the element called pleasure. It requires no cause, no rationale. If you are sad you have a cause to be unhappy; if you are happy you are just pleased — there is no reason behind it. Your mind seeks to create a reason because it cannot believe in the uncaused, since it cannot control the uncaused — with the uncaused the mind just becomes powerless. So the mind goes on seeking some justification or other. But I would want to tell you that anytime you are happy, you are happy for no reason at all, whenever you are sad, you have some reason to be unhappy – because happiness is simply the material you are made of. It is your entire essence, it is your deepest core. Joy is your fundamental core.~ Osho
The state of meditation is defined by a purity and silence. You are blissfully oblivious to the fact that you are conscious. You are, yet you are completely calm despite the situation. You are not in a condition of slumber; rather, you are completely awake, maybe even more awake than you have ever been before. You, on the other hand, are alertness.~ Osho Quotes
Meditation in Tao te Ching
To a mind that is Still, the whole Universe Surrenders.— Laotzu
Turn into a complete void. Calm the restlessness that is present in the mind. After then, and only then, will you be able to see everything develop from nothing. Observe as everything blossoms and dances in an infinite variety, and then watch as it all dissolves back into pure nothingness.~ Laozi
Be still~ Tao te Ching
The hush that follows silence unveils the mysteries of infinity.
Eternity encompasses the whole of what is possible.
A vision of unity may be seen as we pursue the all-possible.
The realisation of oneness is what makes possible love for everybody.
The fundamental reality of nature is supported by compassion for everybody.
The Tao is the ultimate reality underlying all of nature.
A mind devoid of cognition that has become one with itself.~ Dao de Jing
embodies the fundamental nature of the Tao
A mind that is preoccupied with thoughts and is only concerned with its own senses can only see the world’s meaningless shapes.
Remain silent. Find the balance that exists inside your own being. Embrace it. If you are successful in doing this, not only will you improve your lot in life, but the condition of the world as a whole will also improve. If you are unable to, you will remain hidden in the shadows for the rest of your life.~ Laotzu
Bodhidharma on Meditation
Zen practise consists of not giving any thought to anything. When you finally understand this, whether you’re standing, sitting, or laying down, everything you do will have a Zen quality to it.~ Bodhidharma
However, those with the greatest wisdom focus their attention inside, undisturbed by anything around them. They come to an understanding of a Buddha despite the fact that they do not use their minds, since a clear mind is the Buddha.~ Bodhidharma
People of this world are deluded. They are constantly looking for something, which is another way of saying that they are always wanting something. However, the wise begin to wake up. They put rationality above traditional practises. They fixate their thoughts on the transcendent, and they allow their bodies to adapt to the changing of the seasons. There is nothing behind any phenomenon. They do not include anything that may be considered desirable.~ Bodhidharma
If you try to grasp reality by studying your mind, you won’t understand either your mind or reality very well. If you observe the world around you without using your mental faculties, you’ll have a better understanding of both.~ Bodhidharma
Ramana Maharshi Meditation Quotes
The mind may become more focused via the practise of meditation. When this occurs, the mind is clear of ideas and takes on the shape of a meditator.~ Ramana Maharshi
Meditation consists on concentrating on a single idea. That one idea is enough to hold all other thoughts at bay; a distracted mind is a symptom of mental weakness; by consistent meditation, mental strength may be gained.~ Ramana Maharshi
The mind of someone who meditates on a particular subject becomes focused on that subject alone. A mind that is singularly focused on one thing brings about a state of abiding in one’s own being.~ Ramana Maharshi
The awakening of awareness is our actual nature. There is nothing new that can be gleaned from this. Something that is brand new cannot be timeless. As a result, there is no use in pondering the question of whether or not we will acquire or lose the self.~ Ramana Maharshi
If you want to change the world without first finding out who you really are, it’s like attempting to wrap it all with leather so you don’t have to feel the discomfort of walking on stones and thorns. Putting on shoes makes life a lot less complicated.~ Ramana Maharshi
Rumi Quotes on Meditation
Your goal is not to look for meditation; rather, it is to search for and identify all of the internal walls that you have constructed in order to protect yourself from it.~ Rumi Quotes
Put your worries to rest, and do not let them to obscure the bright moon that resides inside your heart. Let go of your thoughts.~ Rumi
There is eloquence to be found in silence. Put the loom down for a moment and see how the design evolves.~ Rumi
Be like a river in kindness and offering aid. Have the compassion and kindness of the sun. When covering up the mistakes of others, be as covert as darkness. When you are enraged and outraged, act as though you are dead. Act in a lowly and unassuming manner, much like the earth. Have the same level of tolerance as a sea. Be as you are or as you appear like.~ Rumi
Eckhart Tolle Meditation Quotes
Take a good, hard look at the fact that all you have is the time you’re in right now. Put as much of your attention as you can on the here and now.~ Eckhart Tolle
You will have whatever experiences are most beneficial to the development of your awareness during your journey through life. How do you know that this particular event will be beneficial to you? mostly due to the fact that you are now going through this experience.~ Eckhart Tolle
The circumstances themselves are never the major source of misery; rather, it is the way that you think about those circumstances.~ Eckhart Tolle
The events of the past have no bearing on the here and now.~ Eckhart Tolle
Due to the fact that time is an illusion, it is not at all valuable. What you consider to be of the greatest value is not time but rather the one moment that is not bound by it: the Now. That is a priceless possession. The more attention you pay to the past and the future, the more you lose sight of the present moment, which is the most valuable thing there is.~ Eckhart Tolle
Accept whatever it is that the current moment brings as though it were something you had chosen.~ Eckhart Tolle
You will not find peace in your life by altering the situations in which you find yourself; rather, you will discover serenity through an in-depth understanding of who you are.~ Eckhart Tolle
The buildup of psychic time and a refusal to acknowledge the present are the root causes of all negativity. Too much focus on the future and not enough attention paid to the here and now are the root causes of many types of dread, including unease, anxiety, tension, stress, and worry. Too much focus on the past and not enough on the here and now are the root causes of feelings of guilt, regret, anger, complaints, grief, and bitterness, as well as all other types of nonforgiveness.~ Eckhart Tolle
The circumstances themselves are never the major source of misery; rather, it is how one thinks about those circumstances. Be conscious of the ideas that are running through your head. Take them out of the context of the circumstance, which is objectively unchanging. It is exactly as it is.~ Eckhart Tolle
Always answer “yes” to whatever the current moment throws at you. What could possibly be more pointless and foolish than putting up an inner fight to something that already exists? What could be more irrational than going against the flow of life, which is constantly happening in the present moment? Just accept things as they are. Say “yes” to life, and you’ll quickly discover that it will begin to assist you rather than hinder you after you do so.~ Eckhart Tolle
Being spiritual has nothing to do with the things you believe and everything to do with the way you are now experiencing life.~ Eckhart Tolle
Other Short Meditation Quotes
Emotions come and go as fleetingly as clouds in a stormy sky. My anchor is the act of conscious breathing.
In order for the mind to comprehend what cannot be measured, it must be very calm and silent.~ Jiddu Krishnamurti
The divine potential that is within you can be fostered and developed through the practise of meditation.
The first stage in the process of cleansing the mind is to focus on the beauty that exists in the world.
The mind might go in a thousand different places, but here on this lovely route, I am at ease while I stroll. The breeze picks its speed with each stride. A flower opens up with each and every stride.~ Thich Nhat Hanh
Living in the now and focusing on one’s breathing are two effective strategies for reducing the stress brought on by everyday living.
Your responsibility is to just be who you are and not this or that other thing. The phrase “I am that I am” encapsulates the whole of the truth. The instructions for the approach may be summed up in two words: “Be still.” What exactly is meant by “stillness”? It means ruin yourself. Because problems may arise in any configuration you can imagine. Put aside the idea that “I am such and such” describes your identity. To discover one’s true nature, it is sufficient to just sit in silence. What could be more straightforward than that?~ Ramana Maharshi
If you have love for your core, then everything else will be taken care of for you.
The life we lead is a dance. Witnessing that dance is what it is to be mindful.
I’m only pointing out that there is a method for maintaining one’s mental health. I am telling you that it is possible to cleanse yourself of all of the lunacy that has been cultivated by your history. Just by acting as a neutral observer of your own mental processes. it consists of doing nothing more than sitting in silence and observing the ideas that come and go before you. Simply bearing witness, without meddling or passing judgement, for the simple reason that the minute you pass judgement, you no longer bear witness in its purest form. As soon as you remark anything along the lines of “this is excellent, this is terrible,” you have already begun the cognitive process. It takes a short amount of time to establish a separation between the mind and the witness. As soon as the chasm appears, you will be in for a big shock when you realise that you are not the mind but rather the witness and an observer of what is going on. And this act of looking is the very alchemy that constitutes genuine religious practise. Because when you cultivate a deeper and deeper connection to the experience of witnessing, thoughts begin to go away. You are, yet the mind is totally devoid of any content. That’s when the lightbulb went off in my head. It is at that very instant that you, as a human being, become really unfettered, sane, and unrestricted for the very first time.~ Osho