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29 Dossey Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: The garden is a metaphor for life, and gardening is a symbol of the spiritual The garden is a metaphor for life, and gardening is a symbol of the spiritual path. — Larry Dossey
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Dossey Sayings By Arthur Schopenhauer: Beauty is an open letter of recommendation that wins hearts for us in advance. Beauty is an open letter of recommendation that wins hearts for us in advance. — Arthur Schopenhauer
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Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: New Self, New World is an extraordinary work - an awesome display of wisdom distilled New Self, New World is an extraordinary work - an awesome display of wisdom distilled from the world's great wisdom traditions and the majestic individuals who have experienced them. This book is about achieving the highest dimensions of which humans are capable. Highly recommended. — Larry Dossey
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Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: Health and healing are about more than the eradication of disease. Health is related to Health and healing are about more than the eradication of disease. Health is related to wholeness and holy-knowing who we are and how we are connected with the world around us. — Larry Dossey
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Dossey Sayings By George Eliot: It is the moment when our resolution seems about to become irrevocable - when the It is the moment when our resolution seems about to become irrevocable - when the fatal iron gates are about to close upon us - that tests our strength. Then, after hours of clear reasoning and firm conviction, we snatch at any sophistry that will nullify our long struggles, and bring us the defeat that we love better than victory. — George Eliot
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Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: Alan Watts, the Buddhist scholar, proposed the existence of a mental faculty he called forgettory, Alan Watts, the Buddhist scholar, proposed the existence of a mental faculty he called forgettory, which is the flip side of memory. There are times, Watts maintained, when we need to forget things, to let them slip away into the unremembered past. — Larry Dossey
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Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: Not to employ prayer with my patients was the equivalent of deliberately withholding a potent Not to employ prayer with my patients was the equivalent of deliberately withholding a potent drug or surgical procedure. — Larry Dossey
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Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: When our focus is toward a principle of relatedness and oneness, and away from fragmentation When our focus is toward a principle of relatedness and oneness, and away from fragmentation and isolation, health ensues — Larry Dossey
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Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: I believe the vital ingredient is love - a state of caring and compassion that I believe the vital ingredient is love - a state of caring and compassion that is so deep and genuine that the barriers we erect around the self are transcended. — Larry Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Alan C. Martin: I had a vision.I lay half asleep in the dirt. The sunset Behind the hills I had a vision.
I lay half asleep in the dirt. The sunset
Behind the hills and burnt my skin.
And in the dream I saw a throne
my throne,
Built on the tower of my life.
When I woke all I could think of was my
Vision, etched so clearly on my mind.
I worked for three days and three nights
With no food or drink, until my vision
Had become a reality
perfect in every
Detail.
I pondered the significance of this
Edifice and shook off my trance ...
I felt tired,
I felt lonely,
I felt confused,
I felt so bloody confused,
I felt like a right prat! — Alan C. Martin
Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: People say I have created things. I have never created anything. I get impressions from People say I have created things. I have never created anything. I get impressions from the Universe at large and work them out, but I am only a plate on a record or a receiving apparatus - what you will. Thoughts are really impressions that we get from outside. — Larry Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Les Dossey: The pause ... where wisdom has space to appear The pause ... where wisdom has space to appear — Les Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: Prayer is an attitude of the heart. Prayer is an attitude of the heart. — Larry Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Les Dossey: When fear raises it's head, don't freak, look it in the eye, ask it its When fear raises it's head, don't freak, look it in the eye, ask it its name and what it wants to teach you, then invite it to dance, pull it in real close and let it know that this is your life and your dance and you'll be taking the lead. — Les Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: The modern tradition of equating death with an ensuing nothingness can be abandoned. For there The modern tradition of equating death with an ensuing nothingness can be abandoned. For there is no reason to believe that human death severs the quality of the oneness in the universe. — Larry Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: The cognitive structure does not generate consciousness; it simply reflects it; and in the process The cognitive structure does not generate consciousness; it simply reflects it; and in the process limits and embellishes it. In a fundamental sense, consciousness is the source of our awareness. In other words, consciousness is not merely awareness as manifest in different forms but it is also what makes awareness possible. — Larry Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Carl Sagan: If prayer works, why can't God cure cancer or grow back a severed limb? Why If prayer works, why can't God cure cancer or grow back a severed limb? Why so much avoidable suffering that God could so readily prevent? Why does God have to be prayed to at all? Doesn't He already know what cures need to be performed? Dossey also begins with a quote from Stanley Krippner, M.D. (described as "one of the most authoritative investigators of the variety of unorthodox healing methods used around the world"): [T]he research data on distant, prayer-based healing are promising, but too sparse to allow any firm conclusion to be drawn. This after many trillions of prayers over the millennia. — Carl Sagan
Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: [Some scientific] experiments ... tell us that what we consider the objective world depends in [Some scientific] experiments ... tell us that what we consider the objective world depends in some measure on our own conscious processes. There is no fixed eternal reality ... ... ... true understanding is not to be achieved with the rational mind. — Larry Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: Climbing Jacob's Ladder is a gutsy, glowing account of one man's encounter with a potent Climbing Jacob's Ladder is a gutsy, glowing account of one man's encounter with a potent spiritual practice and how it transformed his life. This is a precious book - that rare combination of solid wisdom and good literature. — Larry Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: Eventually it became clear that our emotions, attitudes, and thoughts profoundly affect our bodies, sometimes Eventually it became clear that our emotions, attitudes, and thoughts profoundly affect our bodies, sometimes to the degree of life or death. Soon mind-body effects were recognized to have positive as well as negative impacts on the body. This realization came largely from research on the placebo effect - the beneficial results of suggestion, expectation, and positive thinking. — Larry Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Julie Burchill: Hooliganism incarnate, a walking, talking, screaming, squawking metaphor for What's Wrong With Young People Today. Hooliganism incarnate, a walking, talking, screaming, squawking metaphor for What's Wrong With Young People Today. — Julie Burchill
Dossey Sayings By Orrin Woodward: A limited state with free economic systems is the soil where the liberty tree blossoms. A limited state with free economic systems is the soil where the liberty tree blossoms. — Orrin Woodward
Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: Become a good noticer. Pay attention to the feelings, hunches, and intuitions that flood your Become a good noticer. Pay attention to the feelings, hunches, and intuitions that flood your life each day. If you do, you will see that premonitions are not rare, but a natural part of our lives. — Larry Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: Hopelessness kills. Numerous studies in humans show that we can die as a result of Hopelessness kills. Numerous studies in humans show that we can die as a result of dire beliefs and a sense of overwhelming futility. — Larry Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Larry Harvey: They become the keepers of the mystery. They place themselves between the communicants of the They become the keepers of the mystery. They place themselves between the communicants of the religion, and the immediate experience. And then they dictate the terms on which you can have contact with this wonderful mystery. We don't dictate those terms. — Larry Harvey
Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: There is an old saying: If you want to hide the treasure, put it in There is an old saying: If you want to hide the treasure, put it in plain sight. Then no one will see it. — Larry Dossey
Dossey Sayings By Billie Letts: You ever think about this? Every year you live, you pass the anniversary of your You ever think about this? Every year you live, you pass the anniversary of your death. Now you don't know what day it is, of course. — Billie Letts
Dossey Sayings By L.M. Montgomery: For the next fortnight Anne writhed or reveled, according to mood, in her literary pursuits. For the next fortnight Anne writhed or reveled, according to mood, in her literary pursuits. Now she would be jubilant over a brilliant idea, now despairing because some contrary character would NOT behave properly. — L.M. Montgomery
Dossey Sayings By Larry Dossey: The soul is one of the most venerable, enduring images of spiritual traditions worldwide. In The soul is one of the most venerable, enduring images of spiritual traditions worldwide. In The Great Field, John James brings new information to this ancient concept, and in so doing helps bridge the worlds of modern science and spirituality, which is one of the most urgent tasks of our time. — Larry Dossey