Inward Yung Pueblo Quotes

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i cannot make you happy, but i can commit to support you in the creation of your own happiness
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before i could release the weight of my sadness and pain, i first had to honor its existence.
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i want a love that doesn't break one that gives me water when i am consumed by fire one that offers me shelter when i am lose one that helps me see that the hero i am looking for is me
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i do not wish to change the past it made me who i am today i only want to learn from it and live in a new way
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i closed my eyes to look inward and found a universe waiting to be explored
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a hero is one who heals their own wounds and then shows others how to do the same
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a real sign of progress is when we no longer punish ourselves for our imperfections
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if you measure the length of your ego, it will equal the distance between you and your freedom if you are far away from yourself, how could you ever be close to another?
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i can only give to you what i have already given to myself i can only understand the world as much as i understand myself
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don't run away from heavy emotions honor the anger; give pain the space it needs to breathe this is how we let go
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true power is living the realization that you are your own healer, hero, and leader. it is when you share your truth with compassion and peace. your power grows when you make progress in your own freedom and wisdom. those who are truly powerful do not harm themselves or others; instead, they use their energy to enrich all they know with love.
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your growth in the midst of a big leap forward; hold steady and allow yourself to bloom.
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the most widespread affliction that people suffer from is a lack of belief in their own power to be so broken to have fallen so deeply that the only thing you can do is rise into a new you
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Do not forget To send your love Into the earth Into the water Into the sky
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self-love is a sincere acceptance of the past an agreement to make the most of the present and a willingness to allow the best to occur in the future
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you have walked through fire survived floods and triumphed over demons remember this the next time you doubt your own power
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you were born to create let it flow
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reminder: a sign of growth is being okay with not being okay
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i kept running away from my darkness until i understood that in it i would find my freedom
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sometimes deeper mental clarity is preceded by great internal storms healing yourself can be messy seeing yourself through honesty can be jarring and tough; it can even temporarily cause imbalance in your life it is hard work to open yourself up to release your burdens like removing thorns from your body, it may hurt at first, but it is ultimately for your highest good the dark clouds of rainfall are necessary for new growth.
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much of my confusion and sadness came from being disconnected from myself. the greatest journey i have taken so far is the one where i ended the alienation between me and all that i am, the once where i connected my light and my darkness, where i united what i wanted to know with what i did not want to face. only through this union and truthfulness did i begin to feel at home within my own being.
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time does not heal all wounds; it just gives them space to sink into the subconscious, where they will continue to impact your emotions and behavior. what heals is going inward, loving yourself, accepting yourself, listening to your needs, addressing your attachments and emotional history, learning how to let go, and following your intuition.
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letting go is medicine that heals the heart letting go is a habit that requires practice letting go is best done through feeling, not thinking
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sometimes growth hurts, but it is the type of pain that is easier to endure because it is helping us come forward as a better version of ourselves.
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sometimes people are simply meant to teach you how not to act in the future
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real love began when we both stopped expecting and instead focused on giving
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three things make life harder: not loving yourself refusing to grow not letting go
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i want a love that doesn’t break one that gives me water when i am consumed by fire one that offers me shelter when i am lost one that helps me see that the hero i am looking for is me (partners)
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the happiest people, the ones who have successfully purified their minds of all conditioning and craving, tend to have such a strong compassion and understanding of love that their lives naturally focus on giving to others. in this giving and clarity of mind they find happiness.
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sometimes deeper mental clarity is preceded by great internal storms
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do not confuse self-love with thinking that you’re better than everyone else true self-love is accepting yourself for all that you are, especially the darkest parts
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freedom is happening every moment when we are not craving something more.
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before i could release the weight of my sadness and pain, i first had to honor its existence
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ask yourself: is this worry real or is my mind just looking for something to grab onto?
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if you spend too long not letting yourself be creative you can literally start feeling sick you were born to create let it flow, do not overthink it
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i spent most of my life trying to prove to myself and others that i had no pain and felt no sorrow some people hit rock bottom before they can change themselves drastically because at that distance they can best see who they really want to be
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sometimes we don’t see our hopes and expectations for the ones closest to us as conditional forms of love, because we perceive what we want for them as β€œgood.” unknowingly, in our wanting of what is β€œbest” for them we limit our ability to give them the finest and most powerful form of love, a selfless love that empowers them to decide for themselves what is best for their lives.
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to expect another to resolve all of our issues and give us the happiness we desire is to expect to see the sunrise without opening our own eyes. it is to ask a river to give us nourishment without dipping our own hands into the water. another cannot answer a riddle that was only ever meant for our own minds to solve. the universe seeks to enlighten and empower us, thus it is only rational that we are our own greatest healers.
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the healer you have been looking for is your own courage to know and love yourself completely
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it is the things you say no to that really show your commitment to your growth
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your friends who have the courage to expand their wisdom and self-awarenessβ€” they are special; keep them close
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how will you help heal the world? by healing myself and supporting the healing of those around me. by allowing love to fill my very being and guide my every action.
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in one lifetime we can be reborn many times
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the finest and most powerful form of love, a selfless love that empowers them to decide for themselves what is best for their lives.
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free people have no masters but themselves
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the body contains our past emotions healing work creates space for the release of what we felt long ago
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if you spend too long not letting yourself be creative you can literally start feeling sick you were born to create let it flow, do not overthink it
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there is no mystery to the miracle of self-healing; it is courage, commitment, and consistency that move us from misery to inner peace i gathered my habits and started releasing the ones that can never lead me to lasting freedom and joy
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do not wish to change the past it made me who i am today i only want to learn from it and live in a new way
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love is not: i will give this to you if you do this for me love is: i will give this to you so that you may shine
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all mental tension comes from not letting go stress and anxiety are the children of attachment; they are both forms of craving that take us away from the present and into areas of imagination that steal away our peace.
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peace makes you strong hate reveals your emptiness kindness feeds your happiness anger reveals your fear love makes you free
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trying to change too many things at once is sometimes overwhelming. being consistent with a few changes, applying them in your life until they become integrated as new positive habits, helps you build a strong foundation for future transformations. setting yourself up for victory helps you build momentum; it makes the consistency required to achieve greater goals in the future much more attainable.
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there is no mystery to the miracle of self-healing; it is courage, commitment, and consistency that move us from misery to inner peace
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ego is self-doubt self-hatred anxiety narcissism fear of others harshness impatience a lack of compassion and illusions
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want a love that doesn’t break one that gives me water when i am consumed by fire one that offers me shelter when i am lost one that helps me see that the hero i am looking for is me (partners)
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is the things you say no to that really show your commitment to your growth
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then came the day when i looked into a mirror and saw ten thousand faces; in that moment i understood that my body not only holds a multitude of stories but that i also exist in many places and many times at once
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yoga asanas,
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gratitude are attractive forces; their lack of wanting is what clears the road so that new things may come with greater ease.
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what do we get when we let go of the past and the future? inner peace. realizing peace within ourselves no matter our external circumstance is a high form of freedom that allows blessings, miracles, and success to flow into our lives. happiness and
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the mind is a garden; what we decide to grow there will determine our prosperity
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healing requires moving inward with patience, honesty, and courage. if we do not address our accumulated subconscious patterns, they will simply remain there, always affecting how we think, speak, and act. our accumulated wounds and conditioning will restrict our flexibility and cause us to get stuck in a loop that continues repeating the past.
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healing ourselves is the personal movement we embark on to let go of all the conditioning that limits our freedom;
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two of the great lessons humanity will learn in the 21st century will be: to harm another is to harm oneself when you heal yourself, you heal the world
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a real sign of progress is when we no longer punish ourselves for our imperfections
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it is not love if all they want from you is to fulfill their expectations
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self-love is doing the work we need to do to be free
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i lived so long with a closed heart, not because i was afraid to get hurt but because i was afraid of the pain i had hidden away
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to solely attempt to love others without first loving yourself is to build a home without a strong foundation
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i am not fully healed i am not fully wise i am still on my way what matters is that i am still moving forward
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forcing ourselves to be happy is not genuine or useful being honest about what we feel, while remaining calm and aware is the real work.
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to harm another is to harm oneself
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when you heal yourself, you heal the world
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you have walked through fire survived floods and triumphed over demons remember this the next time you doubt your own power
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reminder: you can love people and simultaneously not allow them to harm you
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when we disconnect from our pain we stop growing when we are dominated by our pain we stop growing freedom is observing our pain letting it go and moving forward (middle path)
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what is happening within us will reveal itself in the energy of our actions and words
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do not let a cloudy mind trick you into doing things you are done with
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sometimes we feel like explodingβ€” not because of anything or to hurt anyone but simply because we are growing, releasing, letting the old parts die, so that new habits, new ways of being, have space to live (shedding)
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if you measure the length of your ego, it will equal the distance between you and your freedom
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it is hard work to open yourself up to release your burdens like removing thorns from your body, it may hurt at first, but it is ultimately for your highest good
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ego sees problems consciousness sees solutions
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don’t run away from heavy emotions honor the anger; give pain the space it needs to breathe this is how we let go
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it is not love if all they want from you is to fulfill their expectations
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make sure the walls you build to protect yourself do not become a prison
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we all have the right to protect ourselves from pain, but be aware that these walls can turn from protection into prisonβ€”the more walls we build around ourselves, the less space we have to grow and be free.
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find someone you can heal with
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when you grow rapidly and experience such deep insights that you can no longer look at yourself or the world in the same way be kind allow yourself the time and space to settle into the new you (integrate)
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and so she moves forward, with a little more wisdom, a heart that is more open to love, and a mind that welcomes deep healing (release)
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as she looked into her past, she noticed that the road she had traveled was no simple straight line. her journey toward fully loving herself and the world was full of forward and backward movement, twists, turns, detours, and even some pauses. at times, she doubted her progress, her potential, and even her power to change. but today, with the wisdom of experience at hand, she knows she could not have gotten to where she is without every movement she has ever made. (experience)
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ask yourself often: am i observing the situation accurately or am i projecting how i feel onto what is happening?
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