In reality, all we need do is simply to rest in the naked, pure awareness of the nature of mind, which is always present.
-- TBLD 51
All of you are like beggars; you have got a begging bowl and you want to collect God in that.
Take it that this "I Amness" of yours is the unadulterated form of Godlihood; the pure Iswara state is your beingness.
It is quite proper and praiseworthy that you are listening to the talks. Nevertheless, you are not getting rid of this attachment to the body-mind. You are constantly surrounded by relations or intimacies connected with your body-mind. Have full faith in your beingness and allow it to grow into the manifest Iswara principle. It is all powerful - meditate on that. It is very simple, yet at the same time, very profound.
The consciousness is the seed of Godliness. If we give it its true importance and pray to it, then it will flower into Godliness. If we don't give it any importance, it will not flower into Godliness.
When awareness is watching awareness something extraordinary is happening.-- Michael Langford. See source.
You are for the first time turning inward.
Your true nature is awareness.
Who you really are at your core is awareness.
Therefore, in awareness watching awareness you are for the first time observing yourself and knowing yourself.
Every thought that leads you away from self-awareness is a trick created by the imposter (false self). - Langford
"Know and always hold onto the Now.
Disregard the body and the mind.
To identify with them is misery.
Dive deep into the Heart,
the source of being and peace,
and establish yourself there."