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1 "When problems arise, answers also arise." Buddhism and Psychotherapy, The Healing of Heart Doctrine (Manly P. Hall)

2 "In your soul you can see the beauty of your life and hear new sounds, and through your soul you can always be renewed." The Flowering Tree (Gladys V. Jones)

3 "Right human relations will come by a mutual recognition of mistakes, by sorrow for wrong action in the past, and by restitution, if possible. It will come when nations can be educated to appreciate the good qualities of other nations and to comprehend the part they play in the whole picture." The Externalization of the Hierarchy (Alice A. Bailey)

4 "Ever turn away from the imperfections of your neighbour and centre rather your attention upon your own short-comings in order to correct them and become wise." H. P. Blavatsky Karma, The Universal Law of Harmony (Virginia Hanson and Rosemarie Stewart, editors)

5 "Your trials did not come to punish you, but to awaken you." Paramahansa Yogananda The Mystic Hours, A Daybook of Interspiritual Wisdom & Devotion (Wayne Teasdale)

6 "The divine Light, out of generosity, never ceases to offer itself to the eyes of the mind, eyes which should seize upon it for it is always there, always divinely ready with the gift of itself." Pseudo-Dionysius, The Complete Works (John Farina, Editor-in-Chief)

7 "When you suffer in mind or body, the road forks. You can go the route of feeling sorry for yourself, dwelling on your pain and the unfairness of a life which dealt you that card…or you can determine to let this experience open you to learning more about human life in all its dimensions." Finding Deep Joy (Robert Ellwood)

8 "Our own psyche [is] constantly at work creating new spiritual forms and spiritual forces which may help us." Collected Works (Carl Jung)

9 "Everything has meaning, purpose, and order,… and God is working through the universe and ourselves." Divine Light and Love (Peter Roche deCoppens)

10 "There are, in the Vedas, various descriptions of the manifestation of the One into form, the passage from the One into the many, and that act of creation is always seen as an act of sacrifice. It's a sacrifice for the One to give up its Oneness and become the many. So then our acts of sacrifice back into the One complete the wheel; they spiritualize life, and bring the whole cycle into harmony." Paths to God: Living the Bhagavad Gita (Ram Dass)

11 "There is no such thing as a problem without a gift for you in its hands." Worldwide Laws of Life: 200 Eternal Spiritual Principles (John Marks Templeton)

12 "Courage is the wisdom of the soul and the quiet knowing that all sentient beings shall be made whole when the Mother completes her meditation on the inner perfection of each one." Quietly Comes the Buddha: Awakening Your Inner Buddha Nature (Elizabeth Clare Prophet)

13 "Life is a pure flame, and we live by an invisible sun within us." Sir Thomas Browne (1605-1682), The Quotable Spirit (Peter Lorie and Manuela D Mascetti, editors)

14 "God displays neither a grudge nor profane anger over previous apostasy and transgressions. In godlike fashion he gives to all who approach his guiding light and does so in harmonious and orderly fashion and in proportion to the disposition of each one toward the sacred." Pseudo-Dionysius, The Complete Works (John Farina, Editor-in-Chief)

15 "Each of us is experiencing those things necessary for us to experience in order to fulfill our own thrusts for learning, development, adventure and growth." Spirit Guides (Iris Belhayes)

16 “The establishment of the mind in wholes (unities) is essential to right thinking.” Lectures on Ancient Philosophy (Manly P. Hall)

17 "God believes in our butterfly, hopes for our butterfly, loves us as butterflies….God sees the destined saint." Heaven, The Heart's Deepest Longing (Peter Kreeft)

18 "Actions which help and heal others and which preserve and restore, when disturbed, the harmony of the Universe, are in accord with cosmic purpose and so produce happiness, which is moreness, fullness, and accord. One should therefore be harmonious and a harmoniser. Herein lies the individual contribution to the solution of the problem of war; for when the harmonisers become a majority peace will reign." Basic Theosophy (Geoffrey Hodson)

19 "The truly wise person kneels at the feet of all creatures." Mechtild of Magdeburg Wrestling with the Prophets, Essays on Creation Spirituality and Everyday Life (Matthew Fox)

20 "Wherever a radical transition has to be made, there is always this triple movement, - ascent, widening of field and base, integration – in Nature's method of self-transcendence." A Greater Psychology, An Introduction to Sri Aurobindo's Psychological Thought (Sri Aurobindo, edited by A. S. Dalal)

21 "Nothing can at any time reach to and hurt the inner consciousness. God is within, no matter what transpires without." Letters on Occult Meditation (Alice A. Bailey)

22 “It is within the power of every one of us, even the weakest, poorest, and least educated, to contribute to the welfare of the world.” Divine Light and Fire, Experiencing Esoteric Christianity (Peter Roche deCoppens)

23 "If we open our hearts to the suffering of the world, the healer in each of us is called forth to manifest the qualities of love and compassion and relieve suffering wherever we find it. In our effort to heal others, we also heal ourselves." Shadows of the Sacred: Seeing Through Spiritual Illusions (Frances Vaughan, Ph.D.)

24 "By one's thought, will and action one determines what one is yet to be." S. Radhakrishnan (1888-1975), Oriental philosopher, President of India from 1962-1967, 'An Idealist View of Life' Reincarnation: The Phoenix Fire Mystery (Cranston/Head, editors)

25 "The ability and willingness to enter into experience, honestly appraising it, finding its value in outer life and courageously exploring its inner meaning to us, is the attitude that sets free creative energy and makes life move within us." Frances G. Wickes (1875-1970), American psychotherapist, 'The Creative Process' The Choice Is Always Ours (Dorothy B. Phillips, Chief Editor)

This body of quotes compiled by JoAnn Kite