"The last of human freedoms - the ability to choose one's attitude in a given set of circumstances." Viktor E. Frankl
"We need not wait for the world to become more mystical; the world is mystical. Our problem is not that the world lacks magic; our problem is that we don't believe in its magic. We do not show up fully for life, and then wonder why life is not showing up more fully for us."
"Every thought we think is accompanied by an emotion - each of which has a distinct biochemistry associated with it. Thoughts of empowerment, love, and support feel good and result in an increase in immunity and a decrease in stress hormones that create wear and tear on the physical body. Thoughts of revenge, sadness, or anger feel bad. And held over time, they are associated with chemicals in the body that cause cellular inflammation - the root cause of most degenerative disease." Dr. Christiane Northrup
"A thought that is repeated over and over again becomes a belief. And beliefs held over time actually become our biology. Our beliefs have the power to affect our genetic expression."
Dr. Christiane Northrup
"We know what's good for us. We know. So, the sooner we can get in touch with that courageous inner voice that says, this is what's going to bring me joy and peace, the better."
"The secret of change is to focus all of your energy not on fighting
the old, but on building the new."
"You can only see what you believe - nothing else is possible." Byron Katie
"You create an image for every secondary character in your story. The only thing you know about someone is just a story you create. The truth is that you don't know anyone, and nobody knows you either." don Miguel Ruiz
"You can be a kind person with a good heart and still say no." don Miguel Ruiz
"When we accept a story about ourselves, even if at some level we believe it to be wrong, there is always a low-grade anxiety about what is true or not true. Without realizing it, we sabotage ourselves in order to be in alignment with the original story. In this way, fears from the past can prevent us from being all we can be." Colette Baron-Reid