Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Spiritual Poems, Poetry,

Spiritual Poems, Poetry
Reflections on the Way

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From chants and hymns to scriptures and spiritual poems, all traditions recognise the Sacred Power of the word. There is a common golden thread running through all religious and spiritual teachings.

Writing, reciting, reading and listening to spiritual poems and poetry can help us find the answers to our questions and to be truly inspired.

From the Works of Master Morihei Ueshiba
Founder of Aikido

When you bow to the universe,
it bows back,
When you call out the name of God,
It echoes inside you.

Standing amidst heaven and earth,
connected to all things with ki,
my mind is set,
on the path of echoing all things.

Bind youself up with ki,
stand in the centre,
polish your mind,
and be engulfed by divine vibrations.

Manifest, hidden, divine,
three worlds revealed,
through the joyous path of love.

Foster and polish the warrior spirit,
while serving in the world,
illuminate the path in accordance,
with the divine will.

From the Works of Lao Tzu
Founder of Taoism.

One who excels as a warrior,
does not appear formidable,
one who excels in fighting,
makes use of the effort of others,
known as the virtue of non-contention.

If there is righteousness in the heart,
there will be beauty in the character,
harmony in the family home,
order in the nation,
peace in the world.

The false master is quite ferocious,
but possess's no real power,
the master does not make such a show,
but his touch is as heavy as a mountain.

spiritual poems, poetry & reflections on the way

Be yourself,
the best become the best by being themselves,
so relax... and be yourself.

Guru Maharaji

Power said to the world "You are mine."
The world kept it prisoner on her throne.
Love said to the world "I am thine."
The world gave it the freedom of her house.

Rabindranath Tagore

My bounty is as boundless as the sea,
My love as deep; the more I give to thee
The more I have, for both are infinite.

William Shakespeare

Take time to think...
It is the source of power.
Take time to play...
It is the secret of perpetual youth.
Take time to laugh...
It is the music of the soul.
Take time to pray...
It is the greatest power on earth.

Author Unknown

Work is not always required of a man...
There is such a thing as sacred idleness,
The cultivation of which is now fearfully neglected.

George Macdonald

Change does not cause pain...
resistance to change is what causes pain.


spiritual poems, poetry & reflections on the way

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