God and I, we are one in knowledge – Eckhart

For though she sink all sinking in the oneness of divinity, she never touches bottom. For it is of the very essence of the soul that she is powerless to plumb the depths of her creator. And here one cannot speak of the soul any more, for she has lost her nature yonder in […]

Quotes from Kabir, St. Catherine of Genoa, St. Bernard, Bayazid of Bistun,Eckhart, Ruysbroeck

Behold but One in all things; it is the second that leads you astray.


My Me is God, nor do I recognize any other Me except my God Himself.

St. Catherine ofGenoa

In those respects in which the soul is unlike God, it is also unlike itself.

St. Bernard

I went from God to […]

Secretly nature seeks and hunts and tries to ferret out the track in which God may be found

Nature’s intent is neither food, nor drink, nor clothing, nor comfort, nor anything else from which God is left out. Whether you like it or not, whether you know it or not, secretly Nature seeks and hunts and tries to ferret out the track in which God may be found.


Pear seeds grow into pear trees, nut seeds into nut trees, and God seed into God

The Scriptures say of human beings that there is an outward man and along with him an inner man. To the outward man belong those things that depend on the soul, but are connected with the flesh and are blended with it, and the co-operative functions of the several members, such as the eye, the […]

Tabernacle of the soul

There is a spirit in the soul, untouched by time and flesh, flowing from the Spirit, remaining in the Spirit, it self wholly spiritual. In this principle is God, ever verdant, ever flowering in all the joy and glory of His actual Self. Sometimes I have called this principle the Tabernacle of the soul, sometimes […]