A Quote by Julian Huxley on evolution and consciousness

We are nothing else than evolution become conscious of itself.

Julian Huxley (1887 - 1975)

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A Quote by Marianne Williamson on difficulty, temptation, heart, growth, and evolution

What's difficult in life is to stay centered when somebody does or says something that tempts us to close our hearts because their heart was closed. That is hard. But that is also how we grow. We go through those circumstances in order to evolve into people who can hold to our loving center no matter what the world throws us.

Marianne Williamson

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A Quote by Dave Buck on success, environment, support, fully alive, game of life, potential, evolve, and evolution

Success becomes sustainable when there are environments and failsafe structures which support it and which make you feel fully alive. And being fully alive calls you to play a much bigger game in life...evolving to your optimal potential to levels of greatness you never thought were possible.

Dave Buck

Source: http://www.everybodygoes.com/quotations/dave-buck-quotes.htm

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A Quote by Andrew Cohen on spirituality, evolution, practice, endeavor, intersubjectivity, and ego

As far as I’m concerned, the spiritual life is just like any other endeavor—you can succeed or fail. And when the goal is actual evolution beyond ego in an intersubjective context, success or failure is plain for all to see.

Andrew Cohen

Source: A Declaration of Integrity -- An open letter from Andrew Cohen to his friends and foes

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A Quote by Breatrice Bruteau on community, sharing, and evolution

Each new whole is a community whose members mutual "ecstasy" - giving themselves to one another, sharing their energies - makes them to be one.

Beatrice Bruteau

Source: God's Ecstasy: The Creation of a Self-Creating World

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A Quote by Jane Roberts on magical thinking, magical approach, evolution, development, and fulfillment

SETH said: The magical approach takes it for granted that the human being is a united creature, fulfilling purposes in nature even as the animals do, whether or not those puposes are understood. (pause.)  The magical approach takes it for granted that each individual has a future, a fulfilling one, even though death may be tomorrow.  The magical approach takes it for granted that the means for development are within each individual, and that fulfillment will happen naturally.  Overall, that approach operates in your world.  If it did not, there would be no world.  If the worst was bound to happen, as scientists certainly think, even evolution, in their terms, would have been impossible, of course - a nice point to put somewhere (all intently).

Jane Roberts

Source: The Magical Approach: Seth Speaks About the Art of Creative Living (Roberts, Jane), Pages: 31

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A Quote by Carolyn Myss on growth, growing, evolve, and evolution

We evolve at the rate of the tribe we are plugged into.

Carolyn Myss

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A Quote by Robert Trivers on self-deception, evolution, and deception

If... deceit is fundamental to animal communication, then there must be strong selection to spot deception and this ought, in turn, to select for a degree of self-deception, rendering some facts and motives unconscious so as not to betray — by the subtle signs of self-knowledge — the deception being practiced.' Thus, 'the conventional view that natural selection favors nervous systems which produce ever more accurate images of the world must be a very naive view of mental evolution.

Robert Trivers

Source: The Selfish Gene, Pages: foreward

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A Quote by Daniel Pinchbeck on consciousness, evolution, chaos, hope, and awareness

What if the evolution of consciousness, rather than an adaptive quirk of the brain, was actually the central drama, purpose and point, of our whole show? There are, we shall see, philosophers and psychoanalysts, mystics and physicists who propose that this is the case. Inner development is an eccentric process, advancing in certain jumps, in revelatory sparks and fizzles--each person is his or her own private universe. Strengthened by suffering and crisis, consciousness does does not reach a new intensity according to any predictably linear progress that can be graphed by the tools of modern science. It follows its own wayward path.

What if this deepening of awareness takes place in the margins, in the nooks and crannies of contemporary life, like a weed flowing out of the thinnest sidewalk crack? Could it be, as the somnolent masses and the professional classes press forward in the old direction, seeking the same old rewards, that the new thing self-organizes out of chaos and noise, asserts itself in fragility and silence, then takes root and vitalizes until it suddenly manifests as established truth? If something like this was the case, we would be surprised at first-- even shocked--but then it might occur to us: Perhaps it has always happened this way.

Daniel Pinchbeck

Source: 2012: The Return of Quetzalcoatl, Pages: 29

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A Quote by Geoffers on evolution

'You see Fynn, people can only love outside and can only kiss outside, but Mister God can love you right inside, and Mister God can kiss you right inside, so it's different. Mister God ain't like us; we are a little bit like Mister God, but not much yet.'

Geoff Broughton

Source: Mister God, This Is Anna, Pages: 37

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