Tag: free will

Ode to Choice

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Ode to Choice

The Cosmos' story is all about a ton of hidden or covert-Matter
for every ounce of (overt) matter.

Theology then comes along to tell us

Human free will

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In spite of all his limitation, a wonderful power is hidden in the man's soul. What makes man helpless is ignorance of his free will. Free will is the basis of the whole life...

In a Time Before

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I Hope that this piece of information from William LePar's spiritual source, The Council, will give a picture of our original existence before we became involved in the earth plane and the cycle of re

Will of Lord

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īśvaraḥ sarva-bhūtānāḿ, hṛd-deśe 'rjuna tiṣṭhati
bhrāmayan sarva-bhūtāni, yantrārūḍhāni māyayā (Gita Chapter 18 verse 61)


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Your situation is quite simple; you have this choice or that choice. You don’t have a complex set of options to work out or decisions to make. You’ve got a very simple situation: You’re either going to go to God, or Truth—or you’re not. You either want it, or you don’t. And if you do want it—and want to go—and decide to go—then you can do it the bhakti way (the devotional way), and then it’s kind of like, you buy a ticket, and it’s all set. Or—you can grope your way, go on your own legs—which is your only other option.

— Swami Premodaya

The Supreme Comedy 0

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The Supreme Comedy:
Praying to a god that makes matter appear real
with the words: thy will be done.

— O'no


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Because wisdom is universal. You can plug into it anytime. It takes some effort, but you can do it. And when you learn the knack of that, things change. When you learn the knack of that, you’re going in the right direction. So there are only two choices, there are only two ways to live: You can live by being led by your thoughts—or you can live by you leading your thoughts.

— Swami Premodaya