Walk Out of Your Dream

The Buddha was no different from you. No different. That is why he serves as a good model, because he was as you are now. So don’t worship the Buddha. Don’t put him on a pedestal. Don’t even look up to him. Become him. Have the same intentions, take the same stand. Be the Buddha now! Put an end to all delaying, to all excuses, to all bowing down to saintly figures of the past or present. Stand up!

You are the Buddha! You are freedom itself! Stop dreaming your dream! Stop pretending that you are in bondage – stop telling yourself that lie! Stop pretending to be someone, or something! You are no one, you are no-thing! You are not this body or this mind. This body and mind exist within who and what you are. You are pure consciousness, already free, awake, and liberated. Stand up and walk out of your dream. I am here to say that you can do this.  ~ Adyashanti


About Wildflower Women

Welcome to my site. I am writing to give people inspiration to hold their voices, especially as concerns the grieving process. My hope is that everyone finds a little inspiration from my site. We are all a work in progress! Namaste.
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8 Responses to Walk Out of Your Dream

  1. Michael says:

    Could I have another please? 🙂


  2. Beautiful post – in depth of life & thoughts
    with regards


  3. Reblogged this on Teacher as Transformer and commented:
    Letting go is one of the hardest things to do. Each morning, as I meditate, I find the first thing I need to do is begin to let thoughts flow rather than dwell on and in them. It is a liberating process and leads to an invigorating day usually.


  4. Alex Jones says:

    Self become Buddha rather than a slave to Buddha. This idea is something I like.


  5. Great message Wildflower, Many people mis -understand the Buddha, he was a teacher, love his message. Jim, Chiang Rai, Thailand


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