When we speak from our heart and say the words our soul has only dared to whisper, that’s when miracles happen. When we communicate in a heartfelt way, it’s dignified and compelling, and it usually evokes support and open-heartedness from others.
Words create energy. From the spoken word to the written word, from the DNA messages encoded in cells to nerve impulses connecting our mind and body, words will influence life. Words spoken from the heart bring more inspiration , motivation and good energy into our world. .. marinate your heart in your words so that what you speak from your heart will reflect the love you possess inside.
“Listen to your being. It is continuously giving you hints; it is a still, small voice. It does not shout at you, that is true. And if you are a little silent you will start feeling your way. Be the person you are. Never try to be another, and you will become mature. Maturity is accepting the responsibility of being oneself, whatsoever the cost. Risking all to be oneself, that’s what maturity is all about.” Osho
“We are powerful beyond measure, and so deeply vulnerable at the same time. This may seem like a dichotomy, but it isn’t. We have misunderstood real power. It has been something assertive, non-surrendering, pushing on through. This is not real power. This is simply willfulness. Real power is something else- receptivity, openness, the courage to keep your heart open on the darkest of days, the strength to feel it all even when the odds are stacked against you. Real power is showing up with your heart on your sleeve and absolutely refusing to waste one moment of your life hidden behind edginess and armor.”
“It is not easy … to wait. Waiting is what the hunter does, and the poet and the slugger. He waits for the moment of inevitability and fate and then he swings, or shoots, or takes up the pen to put down a line. They don’t teach us to wait in America; they teach us to grab. But waiting is what we do when we are looking for something beautiful, when we are looking for an end to our sorrow. Nothing is infinite in life, not even sorrow. You just have to wait.” Cary Tennis
“The false self consists of all of the efforts we make to nurture a reputation for ourselves in the mind of others. In our culture, we have a compulsive need to be validated by external sources. But the true self is one that is wholly separate from this fragile image that we try to construct in the imagination of others. The true self is like a very shy wild animal that never appears at all whenever an alien presence is at hand, and comes out only when all is peaceful, when he is untroubled and alone. He cannot be lured by anyone or anything, because he responds to no lure except that of the divine freedom.”
New Seeds of Contemplation
“And whatever your path is at this moment, every single step is equal in substance. Every step actualizes the self. Every moment of practice is always the koan of having to agree to your condition, to bring unlimited friendliness to what you are, just as you are, right now. Even your obnoxiousness, your failures, your rank inadequacy is it. Your best revenge is to include it as you.” Susan Murphy
“If we don’t offer ourselves to the unknown, our senses dull. Our world becomes small and we lose our sense of wonder. Our eyes don’t lift to the horizon; our ears don’t hear the sounds around us. The edge is off our experience, and we pass our days in a routine that is both comfortable and limiting. We wake up one day and find that we have lost our dreams in order to protect our days.” Kent Nerburn
“The search for reason ends at the known; on the immense expanse beyond it only the sense of the ineffable can glide. It alone knows the route to that which is remote from experience and understanding. Neither of them is amphibious: reason cannot go beyond the shore, and the sense of the ineffable is out of place where we measure, where we weigh. We do not leave the shore of the known in search of adventure or suspense or because of the failure of reason to answer our questions. We sail because our mind is like a fantastic seashell, and when applying our ear to its lips we hear a perpetual murmur from the waves beyond the shore. Citizens of two realms, we all must sustain a dual allegiance: we sense the ineffable in one realm, we name and exploit reality in another. Between the two we set up a system of references, but we can never fill the gap. They are as far and as close to each other as time and calendar, as violin and melody, as life and what lies beyond the last breath.”
Abraham Joshua Heschel
Man Is Not Alone: A Philosophy of Religion
Things that don’t matter;
And people who think YOU don’t matter.
Love yourself and respect yourself enough to walk away from anything that FEELS wrong, and is not good for your heart, mind, body and Soul.
Be yourself, listen to your intuition allow yourself to bloom with your own colors – And watch your world and your whole perception changing.
Once you break the shackles of other people’s opinions, negativity, the past, bitterness, and the fears that hold you back you will feel the change inside you.
Like a transformation of a butterfly.
Love yourself, nurture yourself, love others, be grateful and never stop listening to your gut instincts. They are your power guide and will always lead you on a path which is for your highest good.
Believe in yourself. Stop the blame and the second guessing.
You are strong and beautiful.
Embrace it … and empower yourself.
You Deserve it!
If you don’t stay true to yourself – who will?
Kiran Shaikh 2013/ Back Towards Light
Positive emotions like love, forgiveness, and joy provide our lives with growth and expansion. Try your best to become aware of the energies that are around you. It can have an effect on your body, mind, and your general outlook on life.