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“There is no way of overcoming one’s fear of the world because there is no way the world can be controlled to end one’s fears, nor can fears be overcome by changing society, by changing the law, or by changing the rules. The source of fearfulness is within oneself.”


Dr. David Hawkins, Healing and Recovery


“As with everything else in the American culture, people think that exercise is something that they should be doing fast and furiously. And most Americans believe that the more cardiovascular/stimulating exercise they do, the longer they will live, the better their heart will function and the more fat they will burn. All of these beliefs are 180 degrees off the mark. The more cardiovascular exercise you do, the faster you will age and the more heart attacks you can expect. And the only type of weight loss you will successfully achieve is the loss of your functional and structural proteins and fats.”


Dr. Diana Schwarzbein, M.D., The Schwarzbein Principle II


“Our brain primarily talks to itself and to the rest of the body not with words or images, or even bits or chemical impulses, but in the language of wave interference: the language of phase, amplitude and frequency – the ‘spectral domain.’ We perceive an object by ‘resonating’ with it, getting ‘in synch’ with it. To know the world is literally to be on its wavelength.”


Lynne McTaggart, The Field


“Persistency in thinking health, in imagining or idealizing yourself as healthy, vigorous, and symmetrical, is the cornerstone of health and beauty.”


Prentice Mulford


“Most of us are undertrained physically and spiritually (not enough stress) and overtrained mentally and emotionally (not enough recovery).”


Jim Loehr and Tony Schwartz, The Power of Full Engagement


“The soft and yielding overcome the rigid and hard but few people put this into practice.”


Tao Te Ching


“I go to the gym three times a week, as often as I can, really. I work with a fabulous trainer for about an hour each session. For me, exercise is more than just physical, it’s therapeutic.”


Michelle Obama


“The body is an effect of what happens in the mind. Consequently, the attempts to solve the weight problem, which are addressed to the body only, are notoriously unsuccessful.”


Dr. David Hawkins, M.D. Healing and Recovery


“All illness is physical, mental and spiritual, and therefore it is best to utilize all modalities to assist recovery. The body will do whatever the mind believes. The healing of the body and the achievement of heatlh are accomplished not just by addressing the body directly, but also by addressing the mind and moving into the field of consciousness.”


Dr. David Hawkins, M.D. Healing and Recovery


“Today, we spend most of our time isolated from natural sources of energy, and disease and imbalance are the result. We are taught to be afraid of the sun and its life-giving force. We eat foods grown on overstressed Earth, depleted of minerals. Our Water is toxic, as is our overly conditioned and polluted air. By separating ourselves from the natural elemental forces and attempting to control them, we have created a tremendous imbalance in both the Earth’s energy and body, and our own.”


Healing is a process of restoring a state of dynamic balance to the body and energy systems by moving back into harmony with these natural forces.”


Robert Simmons and Naisha Ahsian


“When you practice positive inner dialogue, people will want to bond with you, help you, be near you. They want to share in the love, knowingness and bliss that shines through your eyes and is reflected in your every action. This is true inner power.”


Deepak Chopra, M.D.


“About 40 percent [of people] never exercise, about 30 percent exercise only sporadically and only 12 percent do regular rigorous exercise. That means that 88 percent of Americans are not getting enough exercise.”


Dr. Mark Hyman, M.D., author of The UltraMind Solution


“To let go of the attachments of the ego is like shedding ballast.”


Dr. David Hawkins


“Success is the ability to go from one failure to another with no loss of enthusiasm.”


Winston Churchill


“Move out of your comfort zone. You can only grow if you are willing to feel awkward and uncomfortable when you try something new.”


Brian Tracy


“The human being is so busy hunting for happiness through material pleasure that he does not realize the amount of psychological stress he builds for himself. Only when he understands that although he is reasonably materially comfortable in life, he is not really at ease with himself or others. And he knows that there cannot be real happiness unless and until he finds himself never uncomfortable with himself or with the other.”


Ramesh S. Balsekar


“The Great Way is not difficult for those who have no preferences.”


Hsin Hsin Ming


“There is only one disease in the universe – disharmony between yin and yang. Because there is only one disease, there is only one cure – to reestablish harmony between yin and yang.”


Pragata, Portuguese qi gong teacher


“The farther we go in our energy fields, the healthier our bodies automatically become until, finally, there is joy in the aliveness and exquisite pleasure of the body.”


Dr. David Hawkins, M.D., Healing and Recovery


“Little darling, I feel that ice is slowly melting

Little darling, it seems like years since it’s been clear

Here comes the sun, here comes the sun,

and I say it’s all right

It’s all right”

The Beatles


“Wherever you are, be there totally.

If you find your here and now intolerable and it makes you unhappy, you have three options:

Remove yourself from the situation,

Change it,

Or accept it totally.

If you want to take responsibility for your life, you must choose one of these three options, and you must choose now. Then accept the consequences. ”


Eckhart Tolle


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