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Who Do You Think You Are? The Healing Power of Your Sacred Self
Carlos Warter, M.D., Ph.D.

1 "God's will is found in the chambers of the heart."

2 "Even the simplest transaction – buying food at the grocery store, for example – is an intricate marvel of codependence. We are all interconnected."

3 "Rest in the remembrance of being a luminous particle of interconnected totality, a unit of consciousness holographically occurring."

4 "Who you are is light. Who you are is concentrated love force. Who you are is the purest, sweetest honey of the essence of God herself."

5 "Loving broadens awareness. It is the ground of true understanding."

6 "Relativity and quantum theory agree in that both imply the need to look upon the world as an undivided whole in which all the parts of the universe merge and unite in one totality." David Bohm, 'Wholeness and the Implicate Order'

7 "Divine energy manifests in a tangible way as the natural forces of heaven and earth."

8 "Love is the core energy of the heart. It is also the energy of expansion, of connection. It is the vital, divine current of creation."

9 "We are thoroughly blended into the universal energy of essential relationship – interconnectedness."

10 "There is no difficulty that cannot be conquered with sufficient love, no chasm so treacherous that it cannot be crossed with sufficient love. There is no wall that a sufficient amount of love cannot bring down. There is no sin that a sufficient amount of love cannot redeem."

11 "When we abandon temporary identities and tread the path of heart, we can practice shifting our focus to the warm, pulsating, timeless space between heartbeats. This is a way to bring the healing energy of unconditional love into any relationship. In that unifying field, we recognize the essence of self and other."

12 "The open heart is the garden in which the medicinal plants of core values grow. These plants include love, forgiveness, compassion, empathy."

13 "We are all part of a global mind network."

14 "We are, at all times, blessed with divinity. It is our life purpose to wake up to that."

15 "I saw that each life form is connected to the others as in a web."

16 "Every person we meet is capable of enriching our lives. Everyone is a teacher, and we should honor them as such."

17 "When we are acting from a centered place – the open heart – we can access our own inner wisdom and open to divine healing energy as well."

18 "Everyone is differently, uniquely engaged in the same purpose, or job. Our job is that of perfecting creation through the balance of human and divine intelligence."

19 "We can access the divine field from anywhere, no matter who we are: a peasant, a scientist, a homemaker. It's everywhere, and it's immediately available in the present moment."

20 "Core values such as forgiveness, understanding, compassion, and lovingkindness are essential human values….they come from the heart. These values embody the natural energy of the human heart."

21 "Everything in the universe is connected in an interdependent dance."

22 "Pierre Teilhard deChardin said, 'The day will come when, after harnessing the winds, the tides, and gravitation, we shall harness for God the energies of love. And on that day, for the second time in the history of the world, man will have discovered fire.' That day is upon us."

23 "Always look for the good in each person, situation, or thing. It resides at the core level."

24 "No matter how menial our work, we have the chance to convey warmth, generosity, patience, and love in all our dealings."

25 "When the 'I am' is discovered – and every enlightened tradition has said this – we find ourselves and we find God. Look for yourself, and you'll find your creator."

This body of quotes compiled by JoAnn Kite