True meaning must be inherently realized; it cannot be conveyed through words.
Good intentions alone have spiritual merit, even if the opportunity to actualize those intentions does not transpire.
In the process of spiritual perfection, selfishness, egoism, and conceit are among the worst flaws.
Solitude is best sought from within, not in seclusion.
This is not a path of words, but of deeds; only through action can progress be realized.
It is mistaken to withdraw into seclusion, deprive oneself of everything, and then claim to be virtuous; what counts is to live among society but still remain virtuous.
A pure heart shelters love and light, not hatred and darkness.
My approach resembles a new field of medicine that is based on years of asceticism, experimentation, and research; in reality, it is the synthesis of my personal experience.
"Truth" transcends any proof or persuasion; it stands as its own proof.
The spiritual journey can be summarized in two points: attention to the Source and service to others.