60 No attachment quotes to read and remain non attached for a while!

No attachment quotes

No attachment quotes. No attachment simply means not attached to. There are a lot of attachments that are known to exist on this planet. Attachments may be physical, chemical, emotional, mental, traditional, genetic, parental, dimensional, universal and a lot of others. Those who are attached to anything or anyone, are supposed to be living a life with them. Those who are not, they are called to be non attached to them. Everything and everyone in this world is attached, either directly or indirectly. We all are human beings, and we are attached to our loved ones, relatives and peers. Whereas, the planets and the Sun are attached to our solar system. Similarly, everything that is existing on this planet are attached to something or someone in some ways. Attachement is like a bond, that is painful when it's broken and pleasing when being done. So, if you are also missing some of your past attachements, then you need to go through the following no attachment quotes to never miss anyone again!
1. “Emotionally we have many problems, but these problems are not actual problems; they are something created; they are problems pointed out by our self-centered ideas or views.” ― Shunryu Suzuki

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2. “It is useful to study different traditions in order to be free of attachment to any one way of expressing what is beyond expression." ― Ravi Ravindra

3. “Abide not with dualism,
Carefully avoid pursuing it;
As soon as you have right and wrong,
Confusion ensues, and Mind is lost.” ― Edward Conze

4. “As an empath, it’s vital that you learn how to hold space for your emotions, even the most painful ones. By anchoring yourself in your breath, you can learn how to witness the emotional energy of others within you, without attaching yourself to these sensations.” ― Mateo Sol

5. “Things sometimes go our way and sometimes they don’t. All we can do is apply ourselves to our profession, giving our very best effort but emotionally letting go of the outcome. Why? Because if we obsess about an outcome, we cannot possibly honour the present moment.” ― Christopher Dines

6. “It is impossible to control outcomes or results, although most of us have been programmed from a very young age to believe otherwise. The idea that we can perform actual ‘magic’ causes tremendous dysfunction, unnecessary suffering and prevents the development of emotional resilience.” ― Christopher Dines

7. “Try not to seek after the true
Only cease to cherish opinions." ― Edward Conze

8. “Death would be an extremely bad thing like most of us paint it, if being dead were painful.” ― Mokokoma Mokhonoana

9. “There is no gap between the ignorant and the wise. A foolish person is a wise person; a wise person is a foolish person.” ― Shunryu Suzuki

10. “Habit has two parts, Toni [Packer] says. There is the habit itself (finger biting, smoking, drinking, whatever), and there is the observer who wants to stop, who is also a habit. And there is the conflict, the battle between the desire to indulge, which is an escape from what is, and the desire to stop, which is also a movement away from what is.” ― Joan Tollifson

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11. “Even most of those whose wealth was not inherited or won often lose sleep over losing their wealth.” ― Mokokoma Mokhonoana

12. “What any desire really aims at, is a state of non-desire. This non-desire is a state in which we demand absolutely nothing. Thus it is a state of extreme abundance, of fullness. This fullness is revealed as being bliss and peace. You now know that you are really seeking nothing else but fullness and absolute peace.” ― Jean Klein

13. “Giving in to sleep is a great opportunity to practice letting go of life.” ― Mokokoma Mokhonoana

14. “Sometimes we are lucky to lose something or someone.” ― Mokokoma Mokhonoana

15. “You are not your thoughts. Therefore, it is not necessary to attach yourself to them. Use the following mantra daily. ‘I am not my thoughts.’ Practice allowing the mind to think. While you remain unattached from 99% of the brain’s activities. What about the remaining 1 percent? This is the focus point of your conscious awareness.” ― Steve Leasock

16. “Practice letting each thought flow without attaching anything to it. No labels, no judgement, and no anxiety.” ― Steve Leasock

17. “Practice experiencing everything in a state of non-expectancy and non-attachment. The beauty of living will sudden become clear.” ― Steve Leasock

18. “The transition back to a state of focusing on presence and conscious living first seems long, even unreachable. However, it is not difficult. On the contrary, it is quite simple. Just be. No attachment nor thought.” ― Steve Leasock

19. “Togetherness as one is real. It is perhaps the only thing that is real. I am referring to oneness. This is our essential state of being. Not only humans but all animals, plants, and things at the conscious level of being.” ― Steve Leasock

20. “Loving and Living can be indescribably wonderful experiences without human based demands and expectancy.” ― Steve Leasock

21. “You are sharing the seeds of life with the universe. Please plant these seeds consciously, wisely, and with love. Everything reflects back to you and the seeds that have been planted.” ― Steve Leasock

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22. “Dare to live by letting go.” ― Tom Althouse

23. “Is it a weakness not being able to hate? Or is it preparation for what is inevitable, the ability only to love.” ― Tom Althouse

24. “To win or lose often depends on set parameters. Expand the bounds of what is possible, and you may come out the true winner, outside the confines of its defining.” ― Tom Althouse

25. “Time is an illusion, only the keepers of the illusion are real, and the reality they have spun, keeps us, until we set upon the path of the dream.” ― Tom Althouse

26. “Let go and go beyond living the dream, by dreaming the reality, into a reality beyond the dream.” ― Tom Althouse

27. “Each existence depends on something else... there are no separate individual existences. There are just many names for one existence.” ― Shunryu Suzuki

28. “More and more obstacles seem to be other people's issues that form in the way of a hand to block one, to take notice of them? Sometimes noticing ahead of time, and taking the time to notice them, makes the hand part of an arm that embraces you. The obstacles become bridges for both to cross over, even if in opposite directions.” ― Tom Althouse

29. "Stand in that reverent attitude to the whole universe, and then will come perfect non attachment." — Swami Vivekananda

30. "Your non attachment to the mundane is your charm. Your attachment to the divine is your beauty." — Sri Sri Ravi Shankar

31. "To remember non-attachment is to remember what freedom is all about. If we get attached, even to a beautiful state of being, we are caught, and ultimately we will suffer. We work to observe anything that comes our way, experience it while it is here, and be able to let go of it." — Sharon Salzberg

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32. "Only by practice and non-attachment can we conquer mind." — Swami Vivekananda

33. "That non-attachment gives us the freedom to be exactly who we are." — Tara Brach

34. "Non-attachment is about not being attached to anything - including non-attachment itself." — Peter Merry

35. "When I experience Love I must go to God. When I experience non-attachment God must come to me." — Meister Eckhart

36. "A witnessing consciousness lives in life but with tremendous non-attachment, with great non-possessiveness; it possesses nothing. It lives totally, it lives passionately, but still knowing that I don't possess anything." — Rajneesh

37. "There is no more destructive force in human affairs -- not greed, not hatred -- than the desire to have been right. Non-attachment to possessions is trivial when compared with non-attachment to opinions." — Mark A.R. Kleiman

38. "The chief helps in this liberation are Abhyasa and Vairagya. Vairagya is non - attachment to life, because it is the will to enjoy that brings all this bondage in its train; and Abhyasa is constant practice of any one of the Yogas." — Swami Vivekananda

39. "Become alert about desire and non-attachment begins to appear. This is not to be made to happen, it follows naturally from awareness of attachment. Each one of us has to become aware of his attachments, and keep being so! Nothing should be done unconsciously." — Rajneesh

40. "By non-attachment and practice, meditation is perfected." — Swami Vivekananda

41. "Cut down the banyan tree of desire with the axe of non-attachment, and it will vanish utterly. It is all illusion. “He from whom blight and delusion have fallen, he who has conquered the evils of association, he alone is âzâd (free)." — Swami Vivekananda

42. "Have the feeling of personal non-attachment with regard to man, and see how this mighty feeling of love is working itself out in the world." — Swami Vivekananda

43. "I am really understanding what non-attachment means. And I hope very soon to be perfectly non-attached." — Swami Vivekananda

44. "If working like slaves results in selfishness and attachment, working as master of our own mind gives rise to the bliss of non-attachment." — Swami Vivekananda

45. "In Krishna we find … two ideas [stand] supreme in his message: The first is the harmony of different ideas; the second is non-attachment. A man can attain to perfection, the highest goal, sitting on a throne, commanding armies, working out big plans for nations. In fact, Krishna’s great sermon was preached on the battlefield." — Swami Vivekananda

46. "It is the theory of non-attachment, to be attached to nothing while doing our work of life. Know that you are separated entirely from the world, though you are in the world, and that whatever you may be doing in it, you are not doing that for your own sake." — Swami Vivekananda

47. "Knocking everything [that is hypnotic] on the head [leads to] what is called non-attachment; and clinging to more and more hypnotism is attachment. That is why in all religions you will find they wanted to give up the world, although many of them do not understand it." — Swami Vivekananda

48. "Non-attachment has always been there. It has come in a minute. Very soon I stand where no sentiment, no feeling, can touch me." — Swami Vivekananda

49. "That Vairâgya, non-attachment, is everywhere in India, even today." — Swami Vivekananda

50. "The Bhakta’s renunciation is that Vairâgya or non-attachment for all things that are not God which results from Anurâga or great attachment to God." — Swami Vivekananda

51. "The highest man cannot work, for there is no binding element, no attachment, no ignorance in him." — Swami Vivekananda

52. "The veil cast by bad Karma is ignorance. Good Karma has the power to strengthen the moral powers. And thus it creates non – attachment; it destroys the tendency towards bad Karma and thereby purifies the mind." — Swami Vivekananda

53. "There must be constant practice and non-attachment to the world. When a man reaches the superconscious state, all feeling of body melts away. Then alone does he become free and immortal." — Swami Vivekananda

54. "This is the beginning of another peculiar doctrine of the Gita — the doctrine of non-attachment. That is to say, we have to bear the result of our own actions because we attach ourselves to them. … “Only what is done as duty for duty’s sake … can scatter the bondage of Karma." — Swami Vivekananda

55. "Vairagya is non – attachment to life, because it is the will to enjoy that brings all this bondage in its train; and Abhyasa is constant practice of any one of the Yogas." — Swami Vivekananda

56. "When you have acquired the feeling of non-attachment, there will then be neither good nor evil for you. It is only selfishness that causes the difference between good and evil." — Swami Vivekananda

57. "Without non-attachment there cannot be any kind of Yoga. Non-attachment is the basis of all the Yogas." — Swami Vivekananda

58. "You who have read the Gitâ see all through the book that the one idea is non-attachment. Remain unattached." — Swami Vivekananda

59. "All power is His and within His command. Through His command the winds blow, the sun shines, the earth lives, and death stalks upon the earth. He is the all in all; He is all and in all. We can only worship Him. Give up all fruits of work; do good for its own sake; then alone will come perfect non-attachment. The bonds of the heart will thus break, and we shall reap perfect freedom. This freedom is indeed the goal of Karma-Yoga." — Swami Vivekananda

60. "Karma-Yoga says, first destroy the tendency to project this tentacle of selfishness, and when you have the power of checking it, hold it in and do not allow the mind to get into the ways of selfishness. Then you may go out into the world and work as much as you can. Mix everywhere, go where you please; you will never be contaminated with evil. There is the lotus leaf in the water; the water cannot touch and adhere to it; so will you be in the world. This is called “Vairâgya”, dispassion or non-attachment." — Swami Vivekananda