C.Faith Holland

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Thoughts and Quotes for Today 1.8.14 January 8, 2014

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1. “Each of us must confront our own fears, must come face to face with them. How we handle our fears will determine where we go with the rest of our lives. To experience adventure or to be limited by the fear of it.”  ~ Judy Blume

 

2. Plant the seeds of intentions, nourish them with tender loving care and they will soon manifest in abundance…

 

3. We Affirm: Today I am going with the flow of good. I relax into the Divine Presence where I receive Guidance and direction from an Infinitely  Loving Source. I release all resistance and allow this day to unfold before me, knowing that the Universe is a friendly loving space of infinite potential for good. There is nothing to resist, nothing to make happen. I am cooperating with the Divine Will, which is that I become happier with each passing day. I pay attention to the beauty all around me and consider each a gift from Life to me.  I am blessed. I am grateful. I am loved. ~ Jacob Glass

 

4. We’ve all experienced trauma because we exaggerated a problem rather than calmly let our inner wisdom guide us. We’re only an impulsive thought away from a flurry of problems. Likewise, we’re only an instant away from peace and enlightenment. The quiet mind will be ever present if that’s our wish.

 

5. The mind sees only the past when choosing to define each situation by what it thinks to know. Fresh vision arises only from an unlimited awareness. Thanks Pamela

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Thoughts and Quotes for Today 11.14.13 November 14, 2013

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1. There is no security for those who seek it outside of themselves. I am Love, as long as I seek it from you, I can’t know that… ~ Bryon Katie

 

2. An “enemy” presents you with nothing but the opportunity to change your mind.

 

3. We can choose to hold a white-knuckled, painful death grip on the past; yet, after all the pain and numbness subsists, we can open our hands and see nothing was ever there to grip onto.   People will say, “Well, I have to work on my goals,” or, “I have to work on my visualization.” And we want you to think more about holding the vision because it is pleasurable to hold the vision, not because you’re trying to make the vision work in order to get to some place that you’re not now standing. “How much should I work?” We would say, work in the sense of joyously moving forward. ~Abraham

 

4. The Power of Light: Light does not resist or avoid darkness.  It merely includes it, welcomes it.  Thus, darkness disappears into the light.  Light is not afraid of the shadow for it knows the appearance of the shadow is the first sign of illumination.  When the shadow cannot provoke our fear, it has no power to undermine us. ~ Paul Ferrini

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Thoughts and Quotes for Today 10.10.13 October 10, 2013

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1. Do not pursue the past. Do not lose yourself in the future. The past no longer is. The future has not yet come. Looking deeply at life as it is, in the very here and now, the practitioner dwells in stability and freedom. ~ Bhaddekaratta Sutta ~

2. “Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results.” – Einstein

“I’m not good enough”
Ouch!
“I’m not good enough”
Ouch!
“I’m not good enough”
Ouch!

“Forgive me for believing I’m not good enough” Ahhhhh!
“Forgive me for forgetting that I am whole, complete, and perfect as I am” Aaahhhhhhh!! Choose Again

3. Being with someone you have nothing in common with might be the best learning experience you can have at this time. That which you think you have nothing in common with is your own stuff being projected out there. What a wonderful opportunity to release those judgments – to learn to love and laugh it all away. The more quickly this is learned the sooner you can move on, and when it is time to move on it will be a no-brainer.

4.“Truth is not a reward for good behavior, nor a prize for passing some tests. It cannot be brought about. It is the primary, the unborn, the ancient source of all that is. You are eligible because you are. You need not merit truth. It is your own….Stand still, be quiet.” ~Sri Nisargadatta

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Quotes on Living in the Now and Releasing the past August 7, 2013

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1. “A man often suffer the most by suffering what he fears but that never show up.” ~  Joost van den Vondel?

 

2. Releasing Past and Future:
Our greatest spiritual challenge is to be happy in this moment. We can’t be happy if we are upset about something that happened in the past or worried about achieving some future outcome. We can be happy only when our energy is invested in working with what is happening here and now. ~ Everyday Wisdom by Paul Ferrini

 

3. For those with a sincere and urgent wish to be liberated, I tell them, ‘Leave everything, starting from this moment.’

Drop all notions about future, past, present — leave everything aside entirely. Don’t save anything or spare any favorite thought or feeling. Such an attitude will bring you a state of unmixed presence whereby all personal questions, doubts and concerns will hold no power. Only like this will you be able to gauge the real fickleness of personality along with its baggage of psychological obsessions. And see if you can fully examine what is now without your add-ons, without your projections, because they are not only myths but they exhaust your being and make you tired and unhappy.

Allow yourself to be empty and experience your fundamental nature free from imagination, fantasy and the hypnosis of conditioning.

When you allow yourself to be empty, visitors show up. They may say, ‘You are going to be stupid,’ or ‘How are you going to take care of your life?’ But just ignore it and discover your peace in this moment. I want to meet a human being who is at peace, not in pieces. ~ Mooji

 

4. When I was willing to LET GO of what I wanted, I received what was truly mine. I’ve realized the latter is always the greater gift. ~ Anita Moorjani

Let go of our mind and dance

 

Thoughts and Quotes for Today 7.19.13 July 19, 2013

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1. “Do not pursue the past. Do not lose yourself in the future. The past no longer is. The future is yet to come. Look deeply at life as it is, in the very here and now…for only there will you find stability and freedom.” ~ Buddha

 

2. “To have that sense of one’s intrinsic worth… is potentially to have EVERYTHING.”  ~ Joan Didion 

 

3. Some things will always remain a mystery at this level of consciousness, and it is right that they should. So do not try to solve all the mysteries. Give the universe a chance. It will unfold itself in due course. Enjoy the experience of becoming. ~ Neale Donald Walsch

 

4.  “It’s not what you look at that matters, it’s what you see.” ~ Henry David Thoreau

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Thoughts and Quotes for Today 6.26.13 June 26, 2013

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1. “Be grateful for whoever comes, because each has been sent as a guide from beyond.” ~ Rumi ♥

 

2. Our days show up happier when we give people a bit of our heart rather than a piece of our mind…. 

 

3. Let go of the past and the past will Let Go of YOU… 

 

4. Living a life of Love does not happen to you; but through You…. 

 

5. “The truth is that waking up can be a disturbing process. Who really wants to find out that everything they thought was real was nothing but a pocket full of dreams? Who wants to find out that everything they hold onto and cling to is the very reason they suffer? Who really wants to find out that we’re all addicted to qualities like approval, recognition, control, and power, and that none of these things actually bring an end to suffering? In fact, they’re the cause of suffering! So the truth is that most of us don’t really want to wake up. We don’t really want to end suffering. What we really want to do is manage our suffering to have a little less of it, so that we can just go on with our lives as they are, unchanged, the way we want to live them, maybe feeling a little better about them.” ~ Adyashanti

 

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