A Quote by Lily of the Valley Carnie on chi, chi gung, life, living, potential, qigong, bottomless, wellness, power, and universe

You posses the ability to tap a bottomless well of physical and psychic energy (called "chi" in Chinese).   With it, you can harness the magickal power of the universe.  Yet most of us unknowingly block the flow of this power, and live out our lives not reaching the potential that we could achieve if we only knew how.

Lily of the Valley Carnie

Source: Chi Gung, Pages: back cover

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A Quote by Ernest Holmes on life, power, god, and principle

We are not depending on a reed shaken by the wind, but on the Priniciple of Life Itself, for all that we have or ever shall need.  It is not some Power, or a great Power, it is all power.

Ernest Holmes

Source: The Science of Mind, page 302

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A Quote by Yoda on size, power, life force, and life energy

Size matters not. Look at me. Judge me by my size, do you? Hmm? Hmm. And well you should not. For my ally is the Force, and a powerful ally it is. Life creates it, makes it grow. Its energy surrounds us and binds us.


Contributed by: Lion

A Quote by Lucius Annaeus Seneca on power and oneself

Most powerful is he who has himself in his own power.

Seneca (4 BC - 65 AD)

Contributed by: Lion

A Quote by Esther Hicks on deliberate creation, energy, source, law of attraction, power, passion, and universe

If you know that all is well, you know all you need to know. And if you know life is supposed to be fun, you know more than almost anybody else knows. And if you know that the way you feel is your indicator of how connected you are to Source, then you know that which only a handful of Deliberate Creators, respective to the total population, really know. The beasts all know it. Your animals know that all is well. Your animals live in the moment. They understand the power of their now. They expect the Universe to yield to them. They don't worry or fret or conjure or make laws or rules or try to regulate. They are Pure Positive Energy. Your beasts vibrate more on the Energy scale of contentment than of passion. Their desire was set forth from Nonphysical, and continues to be set forth by those, like you, who want Energy balance, who want sustenance. The difference between the beast and the human is that the beast is more general in its intent. The human is usually less blended, usually less allowing of the Energy to flow, but is more specific. And that is why the human is seen to be the Creator while the beast is more the balancer of Energy.

Esther Hicks

Source: Abraham-Hicks

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A Quote by Joseph Campbell on peronsal power and power

Seek to know the power that is within you.

Joseph Campbell (1904 - 1987)

Source: Joseph Campbell

Contributed by: Trudi

A Quote by zaadzster_1 on power and personal power

Joseph Campbell

Joseph Campbell (1904 - 1987)

Contributed by: Trudi

A Quote by Daniel Goleman on emotional entrainment, influence, charisma, and power

Setting the emotional tone of an interaction is, in a sense, a sign of dominance at a deep and intimate level:  it means driving the emotional state of the other person.  This power to determine emotion is akin to what is called in biology a zeitgeher (literally, “time grabber”), process (such as the day-night cycle of the monthly phases of the moon) that entrains biological rhythms.  For a couple dancing, the music is a bodily zeitgeber.  When it comes to personal encounters, the person who has the more forceful expressivity – or the most power – is typically the one whose emotions entrain the other.   Dominant partners talk more, while the subordinate partner watches the others face more – a setup for the transmissions effect.  By the same token, the forcefulness of a good speaker – a politician or an evangelist, say – works to entrain the emotions of the audience.  That is what we mean by, “He had them in the palm of his hand.”  Emotional entrainment is the heart of influence.

Daniel Goleman

Source: Emotional Intelligence: Why It Can Matter More Than IQ, Pages: 117

Contributed by: HeyOK

A Quote by John Whiteside "Jack" Parsons on censorship, freedom, fascism, and power

[C]ensorship in any form is the opening wedge for fascism, since it places arbitrary and unwarranted power in the hands of individuals.

Jack Parsons

Source: "Freedom Is a Two-edged Sword." [1946] (1989) The Oriflamme. Cameron & Hymenaeus Beta, eds. Tempe, AZ: New Falcon, p. 21. ISBN 1-56184-116-1

Contributed by: Keith

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