Tag Archive 'empowerment'

Apr 22 2015

Empowering Quotes #100

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Steve Rother, founder of Lightworkers, chanels The Group, who are the authors of this Empowering Quote: In order to give joy to all of humanity, the first thing you must experience is joy within you.  This aligns perfectly with the image here portraying words by Lao Tzu. No matter what you wish to see in […]

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Mar 31 2015

Empowering Quotes #78

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The author of the following Empowering Quote is John Wooden, an American Basketball Coach: Be more concerned with your character than your reputation, because your character is what you really are, while your reputation is merely what others think you are. All too often we place too much importance on what people think about us. […]

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Mar 25 2015

Empowering Quotes #72

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This Empowering Quote from Abraham just arrived in my Inbox and I felt I had to share it. Your children are genius creators who have just arrived from Nonphysical, who are feeling empowered. And if they would be left to their own devices, they would not go astray. They would maintain worthiness; they would maintain […]

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Mar 18 2015

Empowering Quotes #65

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Not too long ago, I discovered Matt Kahn of True Divine Nature, and his latest Energy Update is the source of this Empowering Quote: As the need or tendency to compete, complain, worry, argue, negotiate, seek, judge, deny, and defend are unraveled out of your energy field, a new sense of self emerges; one that […]

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Feb 01 2015

Empowering Quotes #24

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One of my many favourite books is Tuesdays with Morrie: An Old Man, a Young Man, and Life’s Greatest Lesson by Mitch Albom and today’s Empowering Quote is from that book about The Bird On Your Shoulder. THE BIRD ON YOUR SHOULDER “Everyone knows they’re going to die,” he (Morrie) said again, “but nobody believes […]

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Jan 31 2015

Empowering Quotes #23

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This is an Empowering Quote I saw recently from Christiane Northrup, and it reminded me of a comment someone once made about my mother. “The lions didn’t get them all!” That sounds very harsh and I admit that I was upset when I heard it, but eventually it made me stop and think about martyrdom. […]

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