gratitude

A Quote by Sumner M. Davenport on gratitude, life, empowerment, joy, achievement, love, personal value, and self esteem

Living your life through Gratitude, is not one of comparing how you are better than someone else; or Gratitude only for what you own or obtain or achieve. Living your life through Gratitude, is seeing that the world would be missing something very valuable if you were not in it.

Sumner M. Davenport

Source: www.sumnerdavenport.com

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A Quote by Yogi Bhajan on gratitude, abundance, and full life

Gratitude is the open door to abundance

Yogi Bhajan

Source: Yogi tea box

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A Quote by julie sarah powell on gratitude, moment, veil of the mind, no knower, no one, mind, new dimension, no self, self realisation, enlightenment, true nature, bernadette roberts, and ramana maharshi

It is as if every cell of the body is in complete harmony and each cell seems to be emanating gratitude, although it is just the naturally functioning senses and nothing more.

This is very difficult to describe to others because the mind immediately turns it into something else. It simply means seeing, feeling, tasting, touching, hearing everything as it is in this moment without the veil of the mind creating something over the top. Simple. This is all that is left when the mindbody package is gone.

There are no internal arisings, no knower, no being, and no experience, no-one left. The mind without a feeling centre is left powerless so remains quiet although still there, separate and unable to touch this. A whole new dimension, although everything appears the same.

julie sarah powell

Source: http://www.beyondselfnow.com/diary.html

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A Quote by Isaac Newton on gratitude, knowledge, and legacy

If I have seen further, it is by standing on the shoulders of giants.

Isaac Newton

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A Quote by Wendell Berry on eating, mystery, gratitude, and pleasure

Eating with the fullest pleasure –pleasure, that is, that does not depend on ignorance –is perhaps the profoundest enactment of our connection with the world.  In this pleasure we experience and celebrate our dependence and gratitude, for we are living from mystery, from creatures we did not make and powers we cannot comprehend.

Wendell Berry (1934 -)

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A Quote by M J Ryan on gratitude, envy, needs, and wants

Here's a practice for dealing with envy...each time you find yourself envious of someone...ask yourself, "What is there that I am noticing in the other person that I want to find in myself?"...If it's money, is it the freedom? The cance to play that money buys? A sense of security? Whatever it is--more play, a sense of security, free time--you can work on getting more of it in your life, no matter what the circumstances.

M J Ryan

Source: Attitudes of Gratitude: How to Give and Receive Joy Everyday of Your Life, Pages: 118

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A Quote by Harry Palmer on grace and gratitude

Gratitude opens a crack in consciousness that lets grace in.

Harry Palmer

Source: Love Precious Humanity

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A Quote by M J Ryan on gratitude, joy, and problems

We can't wait until everything is OK--with us or with the rest of the world--to feel thankful, or we will never experience joy at all.

M J Ryan

Source: Attitudes of Gratitude: How to Give and Receive Joy Everyday of Your Life, Pages: 105

Contributed by: Wednesday

A Quote by M J Ryan on gratitude and needs

Gratitude is the realization that we have everything we need, at least in this moment.

M J Ryan

Source: Attitudes of Gratitude: How to Give and Receive Joy Everyday of Your Life, Pages: 3

Contributed by: Wednesday

A Quote by M J Ryan on childhood, negativity, pessimism, optimism, joy, happiness, gratitude, therapy, and change

"Like so many of us, I spent a great deal of my life....cataloging all the ways I had been injured and abused...I analyzed and categorized the whos, whats and wheres of my misery.  I was a confirmed pessimist, always able to see the dark side of anything and everything.  My belief was that life was hard and disaster was looming around every corner...Despite life's difficulties, it was my responsibility to do all the good I could and become the best person I could be...I started to notice the dearth of positive emotions in my life...I knew precious little about joy, happiness, optimism, faith and trust....That's when I learned that you don't have to be saddled for life with mental attitudes you adopted in childhood.  All of us are free to change our minds, and as we change our minds, our experiences will also change."

M J Ryan

Source: Attitudes of Gratitude: How to Give and Receive Joy Everyday of Your Life, Pages: 3...5

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