1 : extending indefinitely : endless
2 : immeasurably or inconceivably great or extensive : inexhaustible
3 : subject to no limitation or external determination
4: extending beyond, lying beyond, or being greater than any preassigned finite value however large



Infinite (adj.): late 14th century, “eternal, limitless,” also “extremely great in number,” from Old French infinitendless, boundless” and directly from Latin infinitusunbounded, unlimited, countless, numberless, “ from in– “not, opposite of” + finitusdefining, definite,” from finisend” (related to finish). The noun meaning “that which is infinite” is from 1580s.



“Only love can be divided endlessly and still not diminish.”

Anne Morrow Lindbergh (1902-2001, author, pioneering aviator, and the wife of aviator Charles Lindbergh; the couple’s child was kidnapped for ransom and murdered in 1932.)

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“It is part of the nature of every definitive love that sooner or later it can reach the beloved only in infinity.”

Rainer Maria Rilke (1875-1926, Bohemian-Austrian poet and novelist; widely recognized as one of the most lyrically intense German-language poets.)

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“Because time is a drop in the ocean, and you cannot measure off one drop against another to see which one is bigger, which one is smaller.”

Elif Shafak (b. in France in 1971; one of the most widely read woman authors in Turkey; has published 13 books, nine of which are novels; writes fiction both Turkish and English.)

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“If the doors of perception were cleansed every thing would appear to man as it is, Infinite. For man has closed himself up, till he sees all things thro' narrow chinks of his cavern.”

William Blake (1757-1827, Nineteenth century writer, poet, and artist, regarded as a seminal figure of the Romantic Age; deemed both a major poet and an original thinker.)

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“The problem with introspection is that it has no end.”

Philip K. Dick (1928-1982, published science fiction writer, who wrote 36 novels and five short story collections between 1952- and 1982)

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“Your greatest awakening comes, when you are aware about your infinite nature.”

Amit Ray (b. 1960, Indian author and mystic; best known for his Om meditation and integrated yoga and vipassana mediation techniques)

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“Meditation is the dissolution of thoughts in Eternal awareness or Pure consciousness without objectification, knowing without thinking, merging finitude in infinity.”

Voltaire (1694-1778, considered one of France’s greatest Enlightenment writers; was also historian, and philosopher; best known for writing the satirical novella, Candide)

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“Meditation is the dissolution of thoughts in Eternal awareness or Pure consciousness without objectification, knowing without thinking, merging finitude in infinity.”

– Voltaire

For me there are three areas of my life where I can connect seamlessly to The Infinite: 1) while deep in meditation and bathed in “liquid gold”; 2) while walking mindfully in nature and drenched in sunbeams;  3) or while in contemplation by a great body of water, washed by its energy flow.

During those times, I am — pure and simple, unencumbered, but connected to the larger part of me, which is plugged into The Supreme One.

My ego vacates immediately, and I am now able to don a cloak of of vivid colors, surrounded by divine angels.

In this dimension, it matters not what I know or what anything means.  What’s real are the experiences, the space explorations, and the soulful discoveries beyond my finite life here on planet Earth.

What’s vital are the sensuous worlds connected to an infinite universe of higher vibrational worlds, expanding with the help of a collective force of great love, imagination, and dreaming.

Flowing on a stream of consciousness, y’all, wishing you always a life of astounding beauty, light, and love.

Warmly, Tonya




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