Favorite Inspiring Quotes
Quotes by Orsolya Riszt
Resistance is of the mind, of the ego, and leads to frustration, anger, fear, depression. Acceptance of what is, on the other hand, takes you immediately into a peaceful, timeless state of simply being.
As Nathaniel Branden says, "People of high self-esteem are not driven to make themselves superior to others: they do not seek to prove their value by measuring themselves against a comparative standard. Their joy is being who they are, not in being better than someone else." We just have to be more and more our true selves, to recognize our inherent value.
You cannot find your joy without also being open to your sorrow. The door you open to give love to yourself is the very one through which love arrives.
Feeling the need to control others is far from communication, understanding and empathy - traveling down the path of egotism, it ends to take you over.
The other side of the coin: give the ego a rest and our spirit gets a chance to shine - and really communicate!
Here’s some further reading on this theme...
Today, I Eat Consciously ~ by Orsolya Riszt
has lived a very intense and varied life. She taught at the Technical University of Budapest and then moved to Italy with her family. After experiencing some significant downturns in her life, she discovered the value and power of personal development and in the past few years she has developed the version of Trans4mind in Hungarian
language and moved to France, living next door now to Peter Shepherd. By learning to be focused, to live in the moment, to take responsibility for her actions and reactions, to handle and direct her thoughts and emotions - in short, through personal development - she dared to be herself again. And she is deeply convinced that anybody can make such a transformation. To help that happen, Orsolya has written 'The Little Book of Mindfulness
.' Read an excerpt: Today, I Eat Consciously
and visit Orsolya's website: Shine Consciously