Not Taking Things Personally Famous Quotes & Sayings

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18 Not Taking Things Personally Famous Sayings, Quotes and Quotation.

Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Miguel Ruiz: Taking things personally makes you easy prey for these predators, the black magicians. They can Taking things personally makes you easy prey for these predators, the black magicians. They can hook you easily with one little opinion and feed you whatever poison they want, and because you take it personally, you eat it up. You eat all their emotional garbage, and now it becomes your garbage. But if you do not take it personally, you are immune in the middle of hell. Immunity to poison in the middle of hell is the gift of this agreement. — Miguel Ruiz
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Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Meg Howrey: The only thing worse than taking things personally is being told you take things personally. The only thing worse than taking things personally is being told you take things personally. And how am I supposed to take things, if you please? Why bother talking to anyone at all if you are not supposed to consider anything that is said to be at all personal? — Meg Howrey
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Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Anthony Hulsebus: Saul took their fear of the Philistines personally. Rejection always takes things personally, becoming defensive, Saul took their fear of the Philistines personally. Rejection always takes things personally, becoming defensive, and thus never allows us to see or hear things properly. Remember, the most commons signs of rejection are being defensive and taking things personally. — Anthony Hulsebus
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Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Miguel Ruiz: Don't take anything personally because by taking things personally you set yourself up to suffer Don't take anything personally because by taking things personally you set yourself up to suffer for nothing. — Miguel Ruiz
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Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Eckhart Tolle: Demanding recognition for something you did and getting angry or upset if you don't get Demanding recognition for something you did and getting angry or upset if you don't get it; trying to get attention by talking about your problems, the story of your illnesses, or making a scene; giving your opinion when nobody has asked for it and it makes no difference to the situation; being more concerned with how the other person sees you than with the other person, which is to say, using other people for egoic reflection or as ego enhancers; trying to make an impression on others through possessions, knowledge, good looks, status, physical strength, and so on; bringing about temporary ego inflation through angry reaction against something or someone; taking things personally, feeling offended; making yourself right and others wrong through futile mental or verbal complaining; wanting to be seen, or to appear important. — Eckhart Tolle
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Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Laura Munson: It's about not taking things personally. Even when you feel the world is crumbling around It's about not taking things personally. Even when you feel the world is crumbling around you. It's about choosing happiness over suffering. It's about retraining the way we think. — Laura Munson
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Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Dalai Lama: We often add to our pain and suffering by being overly sensitive, over-reacting to minor We often add to our pain and suffering by being overly sensitive, over-reacting to minor things, and sometimes taking things too personally. — Dalai Lama
Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Miguel Ruiz: As you make a habit of not taking anything personally, you won't need to place As you make a habit of not taking anything personally, you won't need to place your trust in what others do or say. You will only need to trust yourself to make responsible choices. You are never responsible for the actions of others; you are only responsible for you. When you truly understand this, and refuse to take things personally, you can hardly be hurt by the careless comments or actions of others. — Miguel Ruiz
Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Marya Mannes: Women are repeatedly accused of taking things personally. I cannot see any other honest way Women are repeatedly accused of taking things personally. I cannot see any other honest way of taking them. — Marya Mannes
Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Vironika Tugaleva: When someone is cruel, harsh, mean, to not take their words personally is one thing, When someone is cruel, harsh, mean, to not take their words personally is one thing, but to hear the silent cry within those words is another. This sort of perspective can not only liberate us from crippling self-doubt in the face of criticism, it can also liberate us from automatically becoming blind participants in the interaction patterns that the cruel person has become accustomed to - a favour we do for the other person as much as for ourselves. — Vironika Tugaleva
Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Miguel Angel Ruiz: All of the sadness and drama you have lived in your life was rooted in All of the sadness and drama you have lived in your life was rooted in the making of assumptions and taking things personally. The whole world of control between humans is based on that. — Miguel Angel Ruiz
Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Initially NO: You can never take anything personally. Just a story. It's not their fault they want You can never take anything personally. Just a story. It's not their fault they want to kick you and it's certainly not yours. It's just the way things are. Sometimes you need to hear the worst, so you have no fear in what you do and learn to work around the what-have-you. — Initially NO
Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By J.D. Salinger: Poets are always taking the weather so personally. They're always sticking their emotions in things Poets are always taking the weather so personally. They're always sticking their emotions in things that have no emotions. — J.D. Salinger
Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Miguel Ruiz: What causes you to be trapped is what we call personal importance. Personal importance, or What causes you to be trapped is what we call personal importance. Personal importance, or taking things personally, is the maximum expression of selfishness because we make the assumption that everything is about me. — Miguel Ruiz
Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Melina Marchetta: The girls would always tell me not to take things personally, but I never believed The girls would always tell me not to take things personally, but I never believed there was any other way of taking it. — Melina Marchetta
Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Alice Dreger: I don't know what has caused this reawakening in academia. Obama? The GOP's assaults on I don't know what has caused this reawakening in academia. Obama? The GOP's assaults on science and on patients? Jon Stewart? I'm not at all sure. I just know I don't feel nearly as alone in academia as I used to. I'm feeling increasingly surrounded by fellow Ph.D.'s and by M.D.'s who seem to be taking a lot of things personally. — Alice Dreger
Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By Melody Beattie: We don't have to take things so personally. We take things to heart that we We don't have to take things so personally. We take things to heart that we have no business taking to heart. For instance, saying "If you loved me you wouldn't drink" to an alcoholic makes as much sense as saying "If you loved me, you wouldn't cough" to someone who has pneumonia. Pneumonia victims will cough until they get appropriate treatment for their illness. Alcoholics will drink until they get the same. When people with a compulsive disorder do whatever it is they are compelled to do, they are not saying they don't love you - they are saying they don't love themselves. — Melody Beattie
Not Taking Things Personally Sayings By J.D. Salinger: Teddy looked at him directly for the first time.Are you a poet?' he asked.A poet?' Teddy looked at him directly for the first time.
Are you a poet?' he asked.
A poet?' Nicholson said. 'Lord, no. Alas, no. Why do you ask?'
I don't know. Poets are always taking the weather so personally. They're always sticking their emotions in things that have no emotions.' "
- Teddy and Nicholson in "Teddy" (Nine Stories) — J.D. Salinger