highest potential

A Quote by Anaïs Nin on dreams, action, reality, living, and highest potential

Dreams pass into the reality of action. From the actions stems the dream again; and this interdependence produces the highest form of living.

Anaïs Nin (1903 - 1977)

Contributed by: MsCapriKell

A Quote by Caroline Myss on mystic, highest potential, transformation, epowerment, psyche, service, guidance, reflection, and community

We are living at a time of great transformation. The spiritual awakening that began in the 1960s needs to mature to its next level, which is a deepening into devotion to a mystical practice while remaining an effective force in the world. And by that I mean remaining in your skin, in your role as who you are. Mystics knew how to channel grace through prayer and they knew the power of that. They knew how to receive guidance through reflection and contemplation; they knew how to share the gift of illumination with each other. These are great gifts of life and profound grace that we are capable of providing for each other and the world. This is what it means to be a mystic without a monastery. You make a commitment to your own interior illumination and through that discover the “sacred” part of your “contract” and the true meaning of your highest potential.

Caroline Myss

Source: Caroline Myss online Newsletter - see http://www.myss.com

Contributed by: Laurie

A Quote by Jesus on christ, manifestation, highest potential, seed idea, and inner spiritual motivation

God, our Father, expects us to become perfect manifestations of His idea of perfect man.  This idea of perfect man is implanted within each individual and is the inner spiritual motivation for growing and developing the body, and for all of the conditions and circumstances in which he lives.  This is called the Son of God or Christ and is in every individual as the SEED IDEA, or pattern for growth and development.

Jesus

Source: Jesus and mastership: The gospel according to Jesus of Nazareth as dictated through James Coyle Morgan, Pages: 31

Contributed by: MsCapriKell

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