S. N. Goenka Quotes

Top 9 wise famous quotes and sayings by S. N. Goenka

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S. N. Goenka quotes: Vipassana is the art of living. Not the art of escaping. Vipassana is the art of living. Not the art of escaping.
S. N. Goenka quotes: The only conversion involved in Vipassana is from misery to happiness, from bondage to liberation. The only conversion involved in Vipassana is from misery to happiness, from bondage to liberation.
S. N. Goenka quotes: Discover real peace and harmony within yourself, and naturally this will overflow to benefit others. Discover real peace and harmony within yourself, and naturally this will overflow to benefit others.
S. N. Goenka quotes: Love with attachment consists of waves of emotion, usually creating invisible iron chains. Love with attachment consists of waves of emotion, usually creating invisible iron chains.
S. N. Goenka quotes: If there is no peace in the minds of individuals, how can there be peace in the world? Make peace in your own mind first. If there is no peace in the minds of individuals, how can there be peace in the world? Make peace in your own mind first.
S. N. Goenka quotes: Peace and negativity cannot coexist just as light and darkness cannot coexist. Peace and negativity cannot coexist just as light and darkness cannot coexist.
S. N. Goenka quotes: Work diligently. Diligently. Work patiently and persistently. Patiently and persistently. And you're bound to be successful. Bound to be successful. Work diligently. Diligently. Work patiently and persistently. Patiently and persistently. And you're bound to be successful. Bound to be successful.
S. N. Goenka quotes: One learns the art of dying by learning the art of living: how to become master of the present moment. One learns the art of dying by learning the art of living: how to become master of the present moment.
S. N. Goenka quotes: The Buddha never taught a sectarian religion; he taught Dhamma - the way to liberation - which is universal. The Buddha never taught a sectarian religion; he taught Dhamma - the way to liberation - which is universal.