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Posts tagged ‘Self’
All deeply-rooted change begins with the intention to experience our ideal vision of what can be …
~ Judit e. Szabo
When we give ourselves permission to have real moments of solitude, we are giving ourselves the gift of connecting to our ‘Authentic Self’… the seat of our wisdom, creative genius, passion, purpose, our gifts and talents. By cultivating solitude, our life opens into new vistas of possibilities…
~ Judit e. Szabo
Write down the area of your life that most needs your attention right now, and then write out the details of your soul’s vision for this part of your life.
- What does it look like?
- How will achieving your goal change your life?
- How will it change the lives of those around you?
- When you reach your goal, when you fulfill that desire, what will you make room for?
Take a few minutes to write it all down.
~ Debbie Ford
Drink from your own wells.
Sup at your table.
Speak from your own heart.
Go where your legs take you.
Know your own mind.
See through your soul’s eyes.
Follow none but your own self.
For each man has his own pathway, and whoever would be your guide cannot help but lead you astray.
Marcus Tullius Tiro
Success isn’t a result of spontaneous combustion.
You must set yourself on fire.
~ Arnold H. Glasow
The basic step in achieving inward freedom is “choosing one’s self.”
This strange sounding phrase of Kierkegaard’s means to affirm one’s responsibility for one’s self and one’s existence.
It is the attitude which is opposite to blind momentum or routine existence; it is an attitude of aliveness or decisiveness; it means that one recognizes that he exists in his particular spot in the universe, and he accepts the responsibility for his existence.
This is what Nietzsche meant by the “will to live”; not simply the instinct for self-preservation, but the will to accept the fact that one is one’s self, and to accept responsibility for fulfilling one’s destiny, which in turn implies accepting the fact that one must make his basic choices himself.
~ Rollo May