I felt sure we could gain the upper hand by putting ourselves in the mindset of the Incas.
Smartass Disciple: If you are really a master, then make me see miracles!Master of Stupidity: Go to sleep and dream, then wake up thirty years later!
Let go of self-condemnation and guilt!
Be who you are regardless of where you are
one day befell me when a horse came to stand on my toe. ? Having no power to remove him, I found that I could not go.sometime later befell me when the horse was removed from my toe. ? Alone and with naught to secure me, I found I was forced to go.
What we beileve is what we see.
If you find yourself easily provoked, then just change the channel.
The people in our lives are reflections of who we are~ We meet ourselves in others.
Smartass Disciple: Master, why heaven is up there and hell is down there ?Master of Stupidity: If otherwise, it wouldn't be celebrated as ascension day.
Today, you have the opportunity to transcend from a disempowered mindset of existence to an empowered reality of purpose-driven living. Today is a new day that has been handed to you for shaping. You have the tools, now get out there and create a masterpiece.
Like most North Americans of his generation, Hal tends to know way less about why he feels certain ways about the objects and pursuits he's devoted to than he does about the objects and pursuits themselves. It's hard to say for sure whether this is even exceptionally bad, this tendency.
How often do we stand convinced of the truth of our early memories, forgetting that they are assessments made by a child? We can replace the narratives that hold us back by inventing wiser stories, free from childish fears, and, in doing so, disperse long-held psychological stumbling blocks.
An undisciplined mind is a wasted one, which will be reflected in the life of the one who possesses such a mind.
A tornado of thought is unleashed after each new insight. This in turn results in an earthquake of assumptions. These are natural disasters that re-shape the spirit.
Today and onwards, I stand proud, for the bridges I've climbed, for the battles I've won, and for the examples I've set, but most importantly, for the person I have become. I like who I am now, finally, at peace with me...