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In His sweet Name lies the power which can cure all our ills.

podcast April 29, 2024


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Love is seeing you.

It’s saying, ‘it won’t be long now. Things are going to happen so fast your head will swim, one thing fast on the heels of the other. You won’t be able to keep up. Everything will be happening at once—and everywhere you look, blessings! -Amos 9:13-15 The Message (MSG)

You just keep remembering where those things are coming from.

You give thanks deeply,

because you know Who they’re coming from. 

Like Rumi says, ‘Do you want the sweetness of food or the sweetness of the one who put sweetness and food?

The one who brought you here is still here.

Give up fear.

Give up this idea of lack,

how can you lack when He’s here?

How can you hunger when He’s here?

How can you be lonely when He’s here?

That’s all hypnotism.

Everything that would have you believe He’s not here,

is hypnotism. 

(everything that would have you believe that He is here, is also hypnotism, but we’ll save that for another seeming day!) 

I Love you

nik 

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“Meditate and become absorbed so that people will sense the ‘ras’ (Divine sweetness) in you, then you will have success.” – Anandamayi Ma

“As the heavenly water begins to surge from the spring deep inside us, it spreads and expands our whole inner being and gives rise to ineffable blessings. The soul herself cannot even understand what is unfolding here. She senses a certain fragrance, we could say, as if within the depths of her being there were burning coals sprinkled with sweet perfumes. We cannot see the light or locate the source of the fire, but the sweet-smelling warmth permeates the whole of the soul and maybe even spreads into the body. Try to understand what I’m saying. We don’t actually feel heat or smell an aroma. The experience is far more delicate than that. Even if you have not gone through these things yourself, you must know that they really do happen. The soul perceives and understands this more clearly than my mere words could ever express. No matter how intensely we may crave spiritual delight, we cannot acquire it through our own efforts. It is not forged of the same metal that we are but is made from the purest gold of divine wisdom.” – St. Teresa of Avila

“Divine God and Guru, Give me the patience To wait quietly For spiritual sweetness.” – Isha Das

“To the degree that love for the Lord warms the human heart, one finds in the Name of Jesus a sweetness that is the source of abiding peace.” – St. Seraphim of Sarov

“You must learn to repeat the blessed Name of Rama with sweetness and such devotion that the birds and beasts will pause for a moment to listen to you; the very trees will bend their leaves towards you, stirred by the divine melody of that Name. And when you are able to do this, I tell you, I will come all the way on foot from Bombay as on a pilgrimage to hear you. In His sweet Name lies a power which can cure all our ills.” – Sivananda 

“…Then silence, and now more silence A mouth is not for talking. A mouth is for tasting this sweetness…”- Rumi

“Do you want the sweetness of food or the sweetness of the one who put sweetness in foods…” – Rumi 

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