65 Seer Quotes On Success In Life

These seer quotes will inspire you. Seer a person who is supposed to be able, through supernatural insight, to see what the future holds or a person who sees something specified.

A collection of motivating, happy, and encouraging seer quotes, seer sayings, and seer proverbs.

Best Seer Quotes

  1. “The man who has been taught by the Holy Spirit will be a seer rather than a scholar. The difference is that the scholar sees and the seer sees through; and that is a mighty difference indeed.” ~ Aiden Wilson Tozer
  2. “The consciousness of the seer, is a greater power for knowledge than the consciousness of the thinker. The perceptual power of the inner sight is greater and more direct than the perceptual power of thought.” ~ Sri Aurobindo
  3. “But the time has come; the revelation has already occurred, and the guardian seers have seen the lightning strike the darkness we call reality. And now we sleep in the brief interval between the lightning and the thunder.” ~ William Irwin Thompson
  4. “To be a seer is to walk softly on the earth and dream.” ~ Alberto Villoldo

  5. “The best of seers is he who guesses well.” ~ Euripides
  6. “I am here to enjoy life. I am not here to suffer. I am here to be a dreamer, to be an artist, to be a seer. The mission of my life is to enjoy every single moment of my life.” ~ Miguel Angel Ruiz
  7. “There is a limit to how much a seer wishes to see.” ~ Avi
  8. “If you are a seer, whenever you meet a man you will see all that he owns, ay, and much that he pretends to disown, behind him.” ~ Henry David Thoreau

  9. “Come on you raver, you seer of visions, come on you painter, you piper, you prisoner, and shine.” ~ Jennifer Donnelly
  10. “The souls of people, on their way to Earth-life, pass through a room full of lights; each takes a taper – often only a spark – to guide it in the dim country of this world. But some souls, by rare fortune, are detained longer – have time to grasp a handful of tapers, which they weave into a torch. These are the torch-bearers of humanity – its poets, seers and saints, who lead and lift the race out of darkness, toward the light. They are the law-givers and saviors, the light-bringers, way-showers and truth-tellers, and without them, humanity would lose its way in the dark.” ~ Plato
  11. “I decided that it was not wisdom that enabled poets to write their poetry, but a kind of instinct or inspiration, such as you find in seers and prophets who deliver all their sublime messages without knowing in the least what they mean.” ~ Socrates
  12. “I personally don’t subscribe to any particular cosmology or belief system. I’m a seer.” ~ Frederick Lenz

  13. “I beg the reader not to go in search of messages. It is a term that I detest because it distresses me greatly, for it forces on me clothes that are not mine, which in fact belong to a human type that I distrust; the prophet, the soothsayer, the seer. I am none of these; I’m a normal man with a good memory who fell into a maelstrom and got out of it more by luck than by virtue, and who from that time on has preserved a certain curiosity about maelstroms large and small, metaphorical and actual.” ~ Primo Levi
  14. “The world values the seer above all men, and has always done so. Nay, it values all men in proportion as they partake of the character of seers. You love them because you say, These things were not made, they were seen.” ~ John Jay Chapman
  15. “The word unto the prophet spoken Was writ on tablets yet unbroken: The word by seers or sibyls told, In groves of oak or fanes of gold, Still floats upon the morning wind, Still whispers to the willing mind.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
  16. “The thing to do is to concentrate on the seer and not on the seen, not on the objects, but on the Light which reveals them.” ~ Ramana Maharshi

  17. “The artist is a kind of a seer and by nature he is optimistic because he believes in the future.” ~ Roy DeCarava
  18. “What we call music in our everyday language is only a miniature, which our intelligence has grasped from that music or harmony of the whole universe which is working behind everything, and which is the source and origin of nature. It is because of this that the wise of all ages have considered music to be a sacred art. For in music the seer can see the picture of the whole universe; and the wise can interpret the secret and nature of the working of the whole universe in the realm of music.” ~ Hazrat Inayat Khan
  19. “Music is the purest form of art… therefore true poets…seek to express the universe in terms of music. The singer has everything within him. The notes come out from his very life. They are not materials gathered from outside.” ~ Rabindranath Tagore
  20. “So there’s only one tactic for the state: kill the seers.” ~ Pablo Picasso

  21. “A society where the simple many obey the few seers can live; a society where all were seers could live even more fully. But a society where the mass is still simple and the seers are no longer attended to can achieve only superficiality, baseness, ugliness, and in the end extinction. On or back we must go: to stay here is death.” ~ C. S. Lewis
  22. “Love, as is told by the seers of old,
    Comes as a butterfly tipped with gold,
    Flutters and flies in sunlit skies,
    Weaving round hearts that were one time cold.” ~ Algernon Charles Swinburne
  23. “This perception of division between the seer and the object that is seen, is situated in the mind. For those remaining in the heart, the seer becomes one with the sight.” ~ Ramana Maharshi
  24. “That’s why they call you Seer. You see more than most.” ~ Lois Lowry

  25. “Sound judgement, with discernment is the best of seers” ~ Euripides
  26. “Poets do not compose their poems with knowledge, but by some inborn talent and by inspiration, like seers and prophets who also say many fine things without any understanding of what they say.” ~ Plato
  27. “For his part, Blind Seer had no difficulty accepting idleness. A wolf proverb stated: “Hunt when hungry, sleep when not, for hunger always returns.” ~ Jane Lindskold
  28. “Give thy mind to books and libraries, and the literature and lore of the ages will give thee the wisdom of sage and seer.” ~ Newell Dwight Hillis

  29. “The business of a seer is to see; and if he involves himself in the kind of God-eclipsing activities which make seeing impossible, he betrays the trust which his fellows have tacitly placed in him.” ~ Aldous Huxley
  30. “A culture’s ability to understand the world and itself is critical to its survival. But today we are led into the arena of public debate by seers whose main gift is their ability to compel people to continue to watch them.” ~ George Saunders
  31. “Monotony has nothing to do with a place; monotony, either in its sensation or its infliction, is simply the quality of a person. There are no dreary sights; there are only dreary sightseers.” ~ Gilbert K. Chesterton
  32. “As a seer, I naturally can see the evolutionary potential of a being. But the potential will not necessarily be actualized. A particular being will not necessarily realize their full height.” ~ Frederick Lenz

  33. “The scenery, when it is truly seen, reacts on the life of the seer. How to live. How to get the most of life…. How to extract its honey from the flower of the world.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  34. “You can’t see the future, there’s no such thing. It’s all bets. You’ll never get the same answer from two seers. But that doesn’t mean either of them’s wrong.” ~ China Mieville
  35. “Children with heaven in their eyes and an air of mystery about them, meditative and quiet, friends of God, friends of all, loved and loving and asking very little from the outer world because they have more than enough within. They are classed as the dreamers, but they are really seers. They do not ask much and they do not need much beyond a reverent guardianship and to be let alone and allowed to grow; they will find this way for they are ‘taught of God.” ~ Janet Erskine Stuart
  36. “The Seeker himself becomes the knower. The thing to be known is already there. There is nothing to be known afresh. Moreover, there are no two things. There is only the seer, the knower.” ~ Ramana Maharshi

  37. “Will you be a reader, a student merely, or a seer? Read your fate, see what is before you, and walk on into futurity.” ~ Henry David Thoreau
  38. “You’re a wondering soul, looking for a peace that doesn’t exist. Lost you will be until you find the one inner truth. We can never hide from what we are. The only hope is to embrace it.’ (Old Seer)” ~ Sherrilyn Kenyon
  39. “Joseph Smith, the Prophet and Seer of the Lord, has done more, save Jesus only, for the salvation of men in this world, than any other man that ever lived in it.” ~ Sam Smith
  40. “Attachment to the Divine leads to detachment from the mind. This leads to the realization that the nature of the Seer and the Divine are the same.” ~ A. G. Mohan

  41. “So we see, brethren and sisters that the words of Christ can be a personal Liahona for each of us, showing us the way. Let us now be slothful because of the easiness of the way. Let us in faith take the words of Christ into our minds and into our hearts as they are recorded in sacred scripture and as they are uttered by living prophets, seers, and revelators. Let us with faith and diligence feast upon the words of Christ, for the words of Christ will be our spiritual Liahona telling us all things what we should do.” ~ W. Rolfe Kerr
  42. “An artist is a prophet and seer, not a paint craftsman or design maker, or reporter or entertainer… the artist has the superiorly searching perception with which that world outside of man’s contamination can be penetrated and the truth drawn out from it.” ~ Morris Graves
  43. “A public role endures for the literary high-command, as sages and seers, speaking out on social and political issues.” ~ Tibor Fischer
  44. “The Poet makes himself a seer through a long, vast and painstaking derangement of all the senses” ~ Arthur Rimbaud

  45. “A Seer’s moon, a Siren’s tears, Nineteen Mortal, Wayward fears, Incubus graves and Caster rivers, The Final Page the End delivers.” ~ Kami Garcia
  46. “There are no perfect human beings! Persons can be found who are good, very good indeed, in fact, great. There do in fact exist creators, seers, sages, saints, shakers, and movers…even if they are uncommon and do not come by the dozen. And yet these very same people can at times be boring, irritating, petulant, selfish, angry, or depressed. To avoid disillusionment with human nature, we must first give up our illusions about it.” ~ Abraham Maslow
  47. “I’m now making myself as scummy as I can. Why? I want to be a poet, and I’m working at turning myself into a seer. You won’t understand any of this, and I’m almost incapable of explaining it to you. The idea is to reach the unknown by the derangement of all the senses. It involves enormous suffering, but one must be strong and be a born poet. It’s really not my fault.” ~ Arthur Rimbaud
  48. “The highest thinkers of the ages, the seers of the tribes and the nations, have been optimists.” ~ Helen Keller

  49. “Always the seer is a sayer. Somehow his dream is told; somehow he publishes it with solemn joy: sometimes with pencil on canvas, sometimes with chisel on stone, sometimes in towers and aisles of granite, his soul’s worship is builded; sometimes in anthems of indefinite music, but clearest and most permanent, in words.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
  50. “We live in succession, in division, in parts, in particles. Meantime within man is the soul of the whole; the wise silence; the universal beauty, to which every part and particle is equally related, the eternal ONE. And this deep power in which we exist and whose beatitude is all accessible to us, is not only self-sufficing and perfect in every hour, but the act of seeing and the thing seen, the seer and the spectacle, the subject and the object, are one. We see the world piece by piece, as the sun, the moon, the animal, the tree; but the whole, of which these are shining parts, is the soul.” ~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
  51. “The other side of midnight’s hour strikes a herald thrice rung Seer, Shadow, Sun—together they come Sixteen winters hence—the light shall be eclipsed Leaving darkness to ascend beneath a sky bleeding fire” ~ Alyson Noel
  52. “The great poet is always a seer, seeing less with the eyes of the body than he does with the eyes of the mind.” ~ Oscar Wilde

  53. “Seeing alters the thing that is seen and transforms the seer” ~ James Elkins
  54. “All the political seers and sorcerers seem to be agreed that the coming Presidential campaign will be full of bitterness and that most of it will be caused by religion. I count Prohibition as a part of religion, for it has surely become so in the United States. The Prohibitionists, seeing all their other arguments destroyed by the logic of events, have fallen back upon the mystical doctrine that God is somehow on their side, and that opposing them thus takes on the character of blasphemy.” ~ H. L. Mencken
  55. “Ensor sees with his imagination, but his vision is perfectly accurate, of an almost geometric precision. He is one of the very few who can really see. Like you, he has an obsession with masks; he is a seer as you and I are. The common herd, of course thinks that he is mad.*****************You shall see what sort of man Ensor is, and what a marvelous insight he has into the invisible realm where our vices are created… those vices for which our faces make masks.” ~ Jean Lorrain
  56. “It is just seeing-it is a very simple word-and to be a visionary is to be a seer. The problem is that most people can’t see.” ~ Stan Brakhage

  57. “Unity consciousness is a state of enlightenment where we pierce the mask of illusion which creates separation and fragmentation. Behind the appearance of separation is one unified field of wholeness. Here the seer and the scenery are one.” ~ Deepak Chopra
  58. “The world values the seer above all men, and has always done so. Nay, it values all men in proportion as they partake of the character of seers. The Elgin Marbles and a decision of John Marshall are valued for the same reason. What we feel in them is a painstaking submission to facts beyond the author’s control, and to ideas imposed on him by his vision. So with Beethoven’s Symphonies, with Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations – with any conceivable output of the human mind of which you approve. You love them because you say, These things were not made, they were seen.” ~ John Jay Chapman
  59. “There are only two reasons a non-seer would see a spirit on St. Mark’s Eve,” Neeve said. “Either you’re his true love . . . or you killed him.” ~ Maggie Stiefvater
  60. “All great authors are seers.” ~ George Henry Lewes

  61. “Well done, Sister,” Blind Seer said. “I look forward to meeting this One above Ones. Now, you must make ready. I, of course, am already perfect.” ~ Jane Lindskold
  62. “We desperately need seers who can see through the mist- Christian leaders with prophetic vision. Unless they come soon it will be too late for this generation. And if they do come we will no doubt crucify a few of them in the name of our worldly orthodoxy.” ~ Aiden Wilson Tozer
  63. “Sometimes things aren’t what they seem and even a Seer can’t see what’s commin’.” ~ Kami Garcia

  64. “I’ve tried to move [the sidhe-seers] during times of peace and quiet and had the luck of a broken mirror nailed beneath an upside-down horseshoe with a ladder nearby that a black cat just walked under.” ~ Karen Marie Moning
  65. “Obviously, [“Fences”] is a character-driven piece in every sense of the word, and Denzel [Washington] knows the actor. He gave us two weeks of rehearsal. He is a truth teller, and he is a truth seer. So he knows when something is not going in the right direction, and he will call you on it. But, he knows the word to use to unlock whatever is blocking you. So I think he’s fabulous and he’s a teacher.” ~ Viola Davis

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