"It´s not your jump to make.
You do the honing.
Exposure to life will let you know how you did.
If you didn´t do well, DON´T TRY TO JUMP.
Just go after it, again.
Life will show you how you did- just go after it, again.
Life will show you how you did.
You can meditate yourself into riches.
You can meditate yourself into fame and fortune.
You can meditate yourself into ANYTHING, by slowing the resistance and just finding the place.
Don´t worry, you can´t stay there!
Your Vortex is so full of all you want, and the source within you knows the path between where you are, in terms of ALL your manifestations, and where you want to be-so IF YOU created the right environment, the path will reveal itself to you." - Abraham Hicks
"We are energy. Energy cannot be created or destroyed, it just changes form. Einstein realized that. When seen out of context, a cloud in thy sky could just as easily be a wave in the sand. Perceptual experience is choice...
The quality of your communication depends upon the choices you make in each moment, whether you tune your emotional body to love or to fear. If you catch yourself in the track of fear, just by having that awareness, you can shift your attention into the track of love..."
“Until one is committed, there is hesitancy, the chance to draw back, always ineffectiveness.
Concerning all acts of initiative and creation, there is one elementary truth, the ignorance of which kills countless ideas and splendid plans:
The moment one definitely commits oneself, then providence moves too.
All sorts of things occur to help one that would never otherwise have occurred.
A whole stream of events issues from the decision, raising in one’s favor all manner of unforeseen incidents, meetings and material assistance which no man could have dreamed would have come his way.
Whatever you can do or dream you can, begin it.
Boldness has genius, power and magic in it. Begin it now.”
"There is a story about a little fish who swims up to his older and wiser fish friend and says, "You go on and on about water. I have been searching for it everywhere and it is nowhere to be found. I have studied all the texts, practiced and trained diligently, and met with those who have known it, but it has eluded me." The wise old fish says, "Yes, dear. As I always tell you, not only are you swimming in it right now but you are also composed of it." The little fish shakes his head in frustration and swims away, saying, "Maybe someday I will find it."
We are so like the little fish. We search everywhere outside ourselves to try to find ourselves. We collect experiences, relationships, knowledge, and objects. We hope for recognition from others to validate our importance. But while we may have found pleasure or rewards in various ways, we have often overlooked our greatest gift, hidden in plain sight — our own passionate presence."
— Catherine Ingram, "Passionate Presence"
If you objectively observe the impermanent, changing quality of a pleasant sensation within the body without any attachment, then old, past layers of the mind’s conditioning for craving will come to the surface and get eradicated.
If you objectively observe the impermanent, changing quality of a unpleasant sensation within the body without any attachment, then old, past layers of the mind’s conditioning for aversion and hatred will come to the surface and get eradicated.
If you objectively observe the impermanent, changing quality of a neutral sensation within the body without any attachment, then old, past layers of the mind’s conditioning for unawareness and ignorance will come to the surface and get eradicated.
– The Buddha, Samyutta Nikaya
"We begin to understand that our partner often functions as a mirror, reflecting unseen aspects of our deeper self and supporting us to become whole. This love is based in freedom, not expectation or need."
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