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Tension is who you think you should be. Relaxation is who you are.
*******James Hollis says your chief obstacle is who you’ve become... We become very attached to who we think we are, we don’t want that to change because if it doesn’t change we feel safer and more secure... but I would dare say who you really are is an ever-expanding expression of life. (JP Sears, 4m27s, posted 15 October 2014, accessed 13 October 2017)
So, what I can put into words, a little bit at least, is who I’m not. Who I am, being myself, I believe is an expression of life I’ll never be able to put into words. At best, I will feel a connection to this. So, when you or I go out with our friends, we go in our social circles, and we say, “you know what, I just want to be myself”, just know that the insecurity of not knowing who yourself is, I believe keeps your mind and heart open to deeper and deeper intimate discoveries about who you are. (JP Sears, 9m30s, posted 15 October 2014, accessed 13 October 2017)
*******There is no such thing as maturity. There is instead an ever-evolving process of maturing. Because when there is a maturity, there is a conclusion and a cessation. That’s the end. That’s when the coffin is closed. You might be deteriorating physically in the long process of aging, but your personal process of daily discovery is ongoing. You continue to learn more and more about yourself every day. (Bruce Lee cited here, accessed 19 November 2013)
*******It's not about knowing your enemy - it's all about knowing yourself. (The Nameless Monk, Bulletproof Monk movie)
*******Knowing others means you’re wise. Knowing yourself means you’re enlightened. (The Nameless Monk, Bulletproof Monk movie)
*******The privilege of a lifetime is being who you are. (Joseph Campbell)
*******God is within and without. And the same is true of our higher self; it lives in the sublime regions and also lives within us. But how can we feel the presence of this divine entity which is all-light, all-love and all-powerful? It is difficult, of course, but we must first look within ourselves for signs of that presence, knowing that it is our true self. It has been said, ‘Know thyself.’ If a person truly wants to know themself, they have to know themselves up above, in the divine world. Until they are aware of their existence up above as a particle of the Deity, they will not know themselves. To know oneself means to have found oneself by having found God. By finding God, one finds love, light, freedom, joy – and not only does one find these within oneself but also within all human beings and also in animals, plants and stones. When a person finds God within themself, they discover him everywhere, and this is truly to ‘Know thyself.’ (O.M. Aïvanhov)
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