Spirituality Quotes

“Except for the point, the still point, There would be no dance, and there is only the dance” ― T. S. Eliot
“The key is being aware of what’s happening in your intimate experiences. Healthy relationships are where the individuals love themselves first so they can exchange love with each other fairly. If someone in the relationship love is absent the other will be left feeling drained.” ― Victoria L. White, Learning To Love: And The Power of Sacred Sexual Spiritual Partnerships
“Try to find pleasure in the speed that you’re not used to. Changing the way you do routine things allows a new person to grow inside of you. But when all is said and done, you’re the one who must decide how you handle it.” ― Paulo Coelho
“Many people in recovery find that they feel spiritually grounded when in regular contact with the great outdoors. Others feel a deep serenity after lighting a candle in a church or temple or by chanting a sacred mantra. The point is that, unlike a typical religion that lays out a non-negotiable ideology, spirituality is expansive and deeply personal.” ― Christopher Dines, Drug Addiction Recovery: The Mindful Way
“The male is the giving part of a sexual union and the female is the receptive part. Since the wombman is the receiver she must be aware of her partner’s spiritual nature before choosing to be intimate with him.” ― Victoria L. White, Learning To Love: And The Power of Sacred Sexual Spiritual Partnerships
“You will know what you are supposed to do with your life if you always make love your guide.” ― Ora Nadrich, Live True: A Mindfulness Guide to Authenticity
“We live in graves and call them home, and we further sustain the neurotic structure of those graves with elements of so-called sociological, cultural, traditional, religious, political and intellectual significance.” ― Abhijit Naskar, Morality Absolute
“It is not objective proof of God’s existence that we want but, whether we use religious language for it or not, the experience of God’s presence.” ― Frederick Buechner, The Magnificent Defeat
“Remember depending on another is not the same as a dependency, but sometimes the two are easily confused and without proper balance, it is easy to build a dependency or either become overly independent. But being overly independent also puts a strain on a relationship. This type of independence can stem from the fear of losing yourself within the relationship. This fear brings about erratic behavior and subconscious sabotage in order to advert losing yourself.” ― Victoria L. White, Learning To Love: And The Power of Sacred Sexual Spiritual Partnerships