C.Faith Holland

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Thoughts and Quotes for Today 10.3.13 October 3, 2013

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1. “This is my simple religion. There is no need for temples; no need for complicated philosophy. Our own brain, our own heart is our temple; the philosophy is kindness.”  Dalai Lama

2. It’s our own thoughts that hold the key to miraculous transformation. ~ Marianne Williamson

3. If we would apply this simple principle to our marriage/partnerships/relationships, our relationship would instantly improve!…”Do not let any unwholesome talk come out of our mouths, but only what is helpful for building others up.”

4. One favorite tool for pushing through fears and other negative emotions is the positive affirmation. When we find ourselves confronted with fearful or upsetting situations in life, we simply begin repeating an appropriate affirmation. With constant repetition of this uplifting and soothing statement, the voice of doom and gloom that roams through our mind is replaced with thoughts of peace, power and love. One of the reasons that affirmations are so powerful is that, by replacing negative thoughts with positive thoughts, we are actually moving ourselves from the weakest part of who we are to the strongest and most loving part of who we are. While an affirmation is only one sentence in length, it has a very deep meaning. An affirmation is an encapsulation of a whole wealth of life-affirming thoughts that remind us that we are inherently powerful and loving and there is nothing to fear. Repeating the soothing words over and over again, peace envelopes us like a warm blanket. We are safe. . .all is well. ~ Connie Queen (I choose PEACE)

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Thoughts and Quotes for Today 5.31.13 May 31, 2013

1. “The worst loneliness is to not be comfortable with yourself.”― Mark Twain

 

2. “Then Universe is not outside you…. Look inside yourself; everything that you want, you already ARE.” ~ Rumi

 

3. Relationship as a Spiritual Path:  One of the paradoxes of relationship is that we give our power away to others in order to learn to honor ourselves more completely. We become co-dependent with others in order to learn how to have better boundaries. We blame others so that we can learn to be gentle with ourselves and forgive our own mistakes. It is all a set-up. 
We look for love and happiness through others to learn that we can find love and happiness only in our own hearts and minds.

Being in a relationship helps us learn to stand alone. The “We” is an incubator for the “I,” or true Self. When the true Self is actualized by both people, the spiritual purpose of the partnership is fulfilled. ~ Everyday Wisdom by Paul Ferrini

 

4. Can you love someone who does not need you, or do you need to be needed? All that need business is just body/ego stuff. There is nothing enlightened about it. On the other hand, the joy of heaven is increased when two or more are aware of the love that each already has and is, and they come together to share that love. It is not about need. It is about sharing and joining in the love that is already in the awareness of each. Thanks Benny

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