Michael Molinos Quotes

“I would say that the greatest temptation is to be without temptation.” – Michael Molinos

“Remember that it is tranquility which you will use to repel wandering thoughts and temptations.” – Michael Molinos

“In proportion to that recollection there is an inner illumination.” – Michael Molinos

“It is only when a longing for something more is sensed in the heart that the pilgrimage into the inner way should be considered.” – Michael Molinos

“There are three kinds of silence: a silence of words, a silence of desires, and a silence of thoughts.” – Michael Molinos

“Here is the way to cease deceiving yourself: recognize the difference between the outer and the inner way.” – Michael Molinos

“Do not be guided by self-love.” – Michael Molinos

“Happy is the man who has no other thought but to die to his self-nature.” – Michael Molinos

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Jay Forrest

Jay N. Forrest is an IT professional, an ordained Humanist minister, and a Certified and Accredited Meditation Teacher.