"Accepting something just means you are willing to let it be the way it is. After all, what other choice do you have, since it is the way it is?"
"How can your thoughts be your own voice when you don’t even like much of what this voice says and, in fact, this voice often makes you to feel bad? Who is it that is aware of not liking some of your thoughts? This voice in your head is not your voice, and it doesn’t have to be your voice. You are what can choose to believe those thoughts and speak them and act on them. What is it that is aware of thought and can choose this? This is a great mystery, isn’t it? We are all a great mystery and part of the Great Mystery."
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“Choosing Essence is simply a matter of putting our attention on Essence’s qualities—love, peace, joy, acceptance, and contentment.”
"There are facts and there are stories we tell about facts: Fact: He was late. Story: All stories, beliefs, and self-images belong to the ego and create the ego’s version of reality and the false self. Meanwhile, something else is here living, breathing, moving through life in a different way. It uses facts and the intellect, but it moves according to deeper drives and intentions that relate to the role we came here to play within the Whole."
”We use words like stillness, silence, peace, and love to describe Presence not only because we become still, silent, peaceful, and loving when we are in Presence, but because when we become still, silent, peaceful, or loving, we drop into Presence. Thus, many of the words that describe Presence are both a description and a prescription for experiencing it.”