Thus is the heaven a vortex pass´d already, and the earth a vortex not yet pass´d by the traveller thro Eternity. William Blake (1757 – 1827), Milton Matter is light. Nothing is which is not light. Walter Russell The purpose of motion is to contract concept into form and then to expand it into the memory of form. Walter Russell In motion alone is the answer to all of the mysteries of matter. Walter Russell My today is what I will to make it. I will to make it perfect. Walter Russell Thought matter is ray-formed and penetrates all physical matter. Martinus The splendours of the plant kingdom are the result of cosmic consciousness from a previous spiral transformed into an automatic function. Martinus What is known without knowing never changes. Nisargadatta Maharaj The absolute cannot be remembered because it cannot be forgotten. Nisargadatta Maharaj Whatever you can forget, can not be the eternal. Nisargadatta Maharaj The mind has great importance only because you have not gone beyond it. Nisargadatta Maharaj Forgetting our true nature, we act like a king who behaves as a beggar in his dream. Nisargadatta Maharaj The mind can not know what is beyond the mind, but the mind is known by what is beyond it. Nisargadatta Maharaj If you could but keep in mind what you do not know, it would reveal to you its secrets. Nisargadatta Maharaj The mind is a concept and this concept is the mind, it gives birth to whatever it likes. That is its nature. Nisargadatta Maharaj Names and shapes change incessantly. Know yourself to be the changeless witness of the changeful mind. That is enough. Nisargadatta Maharaj The changeful keeps on changing, while the changeless is waiting. Do not expect the changeful to take you to the changeless - it can never happen. Nisargadatta Maharaj Just as what you dream is your own and no one else can observe it, so the world you see is your own. Nisargadatta Maharaj ... you are the perceiving point, the non-dimensional source of all dimensions. Nisargadatta Maharaj The nature of God is a circle of which the centre is everywhere and the circumference is nowhere. Empedocles There is nothing either good or bad but thinking makes it so. William Shakespeare Macbeth: 'If we should fail?' - Lady Macbeth: 'We fail! But screw your courage to the sticking place. And we´ll not fail.' William Shakespeare This above all: to thine own self be true ... William Shakespeare Whatever you can do, or dream you can, begin it. - Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Goethe For all men are measured according to their deeds. but what say ye of the man who cannot be measured in this way? Is he a man without measure? A Greek proverb, 8 B.C. To know the truth one must get rid of knowledge: nothing is more powerful and creative than emptiness. Lao Tse Perfect comes from perfect. Take perfect from perfect, the remainder is perfect. Isha Upanishad You are nothing but the mind, and the mind is nothing but a collection of thoughts. Ramana Maharshi Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn´t. And contrary-wise – what it is, it wouldn´t be. And what it wouldn´t be, it would. You see? Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland A figure with curves always offers a lot of interesting angles. Mae West My power will be in thinking true. Walter Russell If there is but One Mind and man is admitedly Mind, then is not the form of man unreal and the real man formless? Walter Russell When man learns that this universe of solid things is but a reflection of these things, and that he is but a simulation of the idea of himself being thought out in eternity by himself, then he will know the ecstacy of inner thinking. Walter Russell Mass is the pigment with which nature paints all her pictures with their illusions of dimension upon the cosmic canvas of the inertial plane. Walter Russell If we think we are tired or ill, it is only because we have done something to unbalance the bodily conductivity of the universal electric current which motivates it. Walter Russell Art is the ability to incarnate. Martinus If then a man sees himself become one with the One, he has in himself a likeness of the One and if he passes out of himself as an image to its archtype, he has reached the end of his journey. This may be called the flight of the alone to the Alone. Plotinus, Enneads, VI.9.9.11 Our ideals, wishes and longings make up a mental area of light. Martinus The world of the fairy-tale is created and written by people of imagination. Martinus Micromovement in matter is an expression of thought, will and desire. Martinus