A Quote by Marlise Karlin on ancient, source, love, mystical, treasure, and stillness

 Find the source of love, where the ancient meets the mystical and the profound meets the practical. When you do..  you will weep that treasures lost - can now be found…

Marlise Karlin

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A Quote by Abraham-Hicks on alignment, charisma, power, source, and authenticity

Someone who takes the time to understand their relationship with source, who actively seeks alignment with their broader perspective, who deliberately seeks and finds alignment with who-they-really-are, is more charismatic, more attractive, more effective, and more powerful than a group of millions who have not achieved this alignment.

Abraham Hicks

Source: The Vortex: Where the Law of Attraction Assembles All Cooperative Relationships, Pages: 11

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by John Muir on source, soul, god, nature, connection, and reality

We all flow from one fountain— Soul. All are expressions of one love. God does not appear, and flow out, only from narrow chinks and round bored wells here and there in favored races and places, but He flows in grand undivided currents, shoreless and boundless over creeds and forms and all kinds of civilizations and peoples and beasts, saturating all and fountainizing all.

John Muir (1838 - 1914)

Contributed by: Siona

A Quote by Wayne Dyer on ego, gratitude, god, source, intention, and achievement

All emanates from Source! ...You're not this body and its accomplishments. You are the observer. Notice it all; and be grateful for the abilities you've been given, the motivation to achieve, and the stuff you've accumulated. But give all the credit to the power of intention, which brought you into existence...

Wayne Dyer

Source: The Power of Intention

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A Quote by Wendell Berry on values, waste, usefulness, nothing, exist, country, natural resources, metamorphosis, bounty, land, junk, garbage, silt, poison, economy, farm, home, loyalty, devotion, humans, unborn, disinvestment, unemployed, homeland, sour

But when nothing is valued for what it is, everything is destined to be wasted. Once the values of things refer only to their future usefulness, then an infinite withdrawal of value from the living present has begun. Nothing (and nobody) can then exist that is not theoretically replaceable by something (or somebody) more valuable. The country that we (or some of us) had thought to make our home becomes instead 'a nation rich in natural resources'; the good bounty of the land begins its mechanical metamorphosis into junk, garbage, silt, poison, and other forms of 'waste.' "The inevitable result of such an economy is that no farm or any other usable property can safely be regarded by anyone as a home, no home is ultimately worthy of our loyalty, nothing is ultimately worth doing, and no place or task or person is worth a lifetime's devotion. 'Waste,' in such an economy, must eventually include several categories of humans--the unborn, the old, 'disinvested' farmers, the unemployed, the 'unemployable.' Indeed, once our homeland, our source, is regarded as a resource, we are all sliding downward toward the ashheap or the dump.

Wendell Berry (1934 -)

Source: Home Economics, 1995

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A Quote by Earon on faith, hope, religion, truth, spirituality, belief, and source

The ultimate human goal is faith without belief.  Beliefs can mislead us, but faith is the pure, deep well that knows no bounds. 

Earon Davis

Source: Earon Davis' notes

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A Quote by Peter O. Erbe on love is extending being, source, and be born first in the heart

    If love is not extended it cannot fulfill its own nature, which IS extension. Love in the heart of man, when not extended, shrivels up, recoils within itself. We may be tested to believe that to extend love is to walk around this planet and willy-nilly hand out warm fuzzies, regardless if our brothers like it or not. Being sincere about this we recognize: love is extending Being - is acknowledging the same Being as ours in our brother. To share my Being with my brother, I must look past his body at his real SELF, his BEing. Inevitably I see his Being as his Source and before long, I recognize both, my SELF and his, to be of the same Source. That is true sharing. I can do this very well without ever speaking a word to him. This sharing occurs within the quiet of one's heart. It then may very well take on any form this life can possibly provide, but must, of need, be born first in the heart.

Peter Erbe

Source: God I Am: From Tragic to Magic, Pages: 186 & 187

Contributed by: Nara-Narayana

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 Sai Baba on life, inner knowing, truth, and source

QYou are always your own best guru, your own best teacher, the answers are always inside you"

Sai Baba

Contributed by: Spirit

A Quote by unknown on god, spirit, source, consciousness, sacred, service, compassion, and love

"Regarding God/Spirit/Source, whatever one calles it, I feel I have all the answers. I just don't apply them as I should and that's where I work. I try to remain uninvolved in others' sacred space, but "live it through service, compassion and Love." 

~Michele Kim
aka Sacred Activist


Source: Michele Kim

Contributed by: Michele

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