A Quote by DL Zeta and Peter Phalam on attention, paths, life choices, choices, and action

As you gain awareness of the many threads of reality that exist within your field of possibilities, you can consciously choose the thread you wish to energize. Even if a thread of reality does not seem very "probable" at the moment, you can begin to bring your focus and attention to that time-line. As long as you are willing to take action, and keep on taking action to create a reality shift, you will eventually make the shift.  

Debra and Peter Phalam


Contributed by: Marcella

A Quote by robert allen mills on knowledge, balance, attention, and truth

Knowledge stands on one leg, and requires balance and attention.
Truth stands on its own two strong legs, and requires no proof.

robert mills

Source: self learned

Contributed by: torch

A Quote by Abraham Hicks on vibrational harmony, attention, dont like, and people

If you've got somebody's aspects in your experience that you don't like, there's only one reason they're there. You keep evoking them with your attention to them. Without knowing about Law of Attraction, you have -- through your old habit of observation -- achieved vibrational harmony with the parts of them that you do not like, and you keep summoning those parts from them by your constant vibrational offering of them.

Abraham Hicks

Source: Excerpted from the workshop in San Francisco, CA on Saturday, January 1st, 2000

Contributed by: Anita

A Quote by Abraham Hicks on contrast, struggle, desire, and attention

It's not necessary for you to exacerbate your contrast with struggle in order to get it into a higher place. It is not necessary to suffer in order to give birth to desire. But when you have suffered and you have given birth to desire, so what? You've got a desire. Turn your attention to the desire. Think about where you're going and never mind where you've been. Don't spend any more time justifying any of that stuff --- Abraham

Abraham Hicks

Source: Excerpted from the workshop in San Antonio, TX on Saturday, April 21st, 2001

Contributed by: Anita

A Quote by Dean Radin on blindness, attention, perception, focus, gorilla suit, and blind spot

            “Beliefs can easily cause us to become blind to the obvious.  Recent research on ‘inattentional blindness’ has shown that even minor tweaks to one’s expectations can cause a form of blindness.  A simple experiment developed by University of Illinois psychologist Daniel Simons provided a dramatic demonstration of this effect.  …

            Simon’s experiment consists of a twenty-five second video clip of six people playing a basketball game.  Three are dressed in white T-shirts and three in black T-shirts.  The white team is passing a basketball amongst themselves, and the black team is doing likewise.  During the game, a person dressed in a black gorilla suit calmly walks into the middle of the game, beats its chest, and then walks off.  The gorilla is not understated or camouflaged – it’s blatantly obvious.  And yet the majority of people viewing the clip do not see the gorilla provided they’re given a very simple instruction:  count the number of basketballs tossed between the members wearing white T-shirts.  This minor deflection of attention is enough to cause complete blindness to something as obvious as a gorilla.  The power of deflecting attention is well known to stage magicians, who specialize in creating such illusions.”

Dean Radin

Source: Entangled Minds: Extrasensory Experiences in a Quantum Reality, Pages: 43..4

Contributed by: HeyOK

A Quote by Paulo Coelho on paulo coehlo, travel, path, and attention

When you travel towards your objective, be sure to pay attention to the path.  The path teaches us the best way to arrive
and enriches us while we are traveling along it.

Paulo Coelho

Source: The Pilgrimage

Contributed by: Aart Hilal

A Quote by Eckhart Tolle on silence, energy, sound, musical, song, word, manifest, attention, inner, and outer

Silence is Golden; it has divine power and immense energy. Try to pay more attention to the silence than to the sounds.  Paying attention to outer silence creates inner silence: the mind becomes still. Every sound is born out of silence, dies back into silence, and during its life span is surrounded by silence. Silence enables the sound to be. It is an intrinsic but unmanifested part of every sound, every musical note, every song, and every word. The unmanifested is present in this world as silence.  All you have to do is pay attention to it.

Eckhart Tolle

Contributed by: Mary_C

A Quote by David Truman on the path to union, union, wholeness, communion, rapture, being, ecstasy, bliss, awakening, invocation, balance, fullness, whole, full, internal wholeness, attention, self-forgetfulness, unity, unifying, life, true, poetry, heal

The Path to Union

By means of Invocation, the being awakens,
and awakening becomes fullness.

By means of balancing, fullness becomes
internal wholeness.

By virtue of exteriorized attention, internal
wholeness becomes Communion.

By virtue of self-forgetfulness, Communion
becomes Union.

David Truman

Source: Amadon

Contributed by: Asha

A Quote by Thomas Keating on attention, presence, illusion, sacred, and life

If we refuse to think of anything except what we are doing or the person that we are with, we develop the habit of being present to the present moment. In a way, the present moment becomes as sacred as being in church. Far better to be present to your duty if you are a bartender, than to be present in church and to be thinking about being in a bar. At least you are present to yourself when you are paying attention to what you are doing.

Attention, then, is a way of doing what we are doing. It cracks the crust of the false self (our psychological awareness of daily life) in which we are the center of the universe while everything else is circling around our particular needs or desires. This is an illusion, but unfortunately it is the heritage we all bring with us from early life.

Thomas Keating

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Epictetus on banquets, party, strangers, and attention

Avoid banquets which are given by strangers an ignorant persons. But if there is ever occasion to join them, let your attention be carefully fixed, that you slip not into the manner of the vulgar (the uninstructed).

Epictetus (c. 50 - 120)

Source: Enchiridion, Pages: 33

Contributed by: Obi

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