"The living world consists of a spontaneous cooperation that exists between the smallest and the highest, the greatest and the lowly, between the atoms and the molecules and the conscious, reasoning mind."
"We are IN God."
"The human individual rises up in victorious distinctiveness from the ancient and yet ever-new fountains of its own soul. The self rises from unknowing into knowing, constantly surprising itself."
"Limiting ideas predispose you to accept others of a similar nature. Exuberant ideas of freedom, spontaneity and joy automatically collect others of their kind also. There is a constant interplay between yourself and others in the exchange of ideas, both telepathically and on a conscious level."
"Love perceives the grace in another."
"The inner self…contains great intuition, knowledge, and the answers to all of your questions."
"The world as you see it is a reflection of what you are, a reflection not in glass but in three-dimensional reality."
"On a physical level you seem to be separated from everything that is not yourself. This is not true….all happenings and objects are connected. A movement or change in one affects others."
"The body of the earth can be said to have its own soul, or mind. Using this analogy the mountains and oceans, the valleys and rivers and all natural phenomena spring from the earth's soul, as all events and all manufactured objects appear from the inner mind or soul of mankind. The inner world of each man and woman is connected with the inner world of the earth. …Part of each individual's soul is intimately connected with the world's soul, or the soul of the earth."
"Lovely brilliance is within each human being."
"All seeming opposites are other faces of the one supreme drive toward creativity."
"Physically the structure of a cell retains its identity, even while the matter that composes it is continually altered. The cell rebuilds itself in line with its own pattern of identity, yet is always a part of emerging action, alive and responding even in the midst of its own multitudinous deaths. So psychological structures form to which various names are given. The names are meaningless, but the structures behind them are not. Such psychological structures also retain their identity, their pattern of uniqueness, even while they change constantly, die and are reborn."