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1 "The soul is in some manner all things." Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas (Anton C. Pegis, editor)

2 "Everything is radiating influence on its surroundings, and these surroundings are all the while returning the compliment by pouring influence upon it in return." The Hidden Side of Things (C. W. Leadbeater)

3 "All energy is interconnected." Wrestling with the Prophets, Essays on Creation Spirituality and Everyday Life (Matthew Fox)

4 "There are unending processes of relationships in all directions." Coming Into Being: Artifacts and Texts in the Evolution of Consciousness (William Irwin Thompson)

5 "The greatest things we can have – wisdom, health and power – are all-pervading and cannot be divided. They can only develop and be shared." The Finding of the Third Eye (Vera Stanley Alder)

6 "Like the pebble thrown into the pond, every act we perform spreads out in ever widening circles, embracing everything in its growing path." Born For Love: Reflections on Loving (Leo F. Buscaglia, Ph.D.)

7 "The liberating inner light of hope burning in an individual's dreams may serve to unite a chain reaction when shared with others." Our Dreaming Mind (Robert L. Van deCastle, Ph.D.)

8 "The whole of humanity advances, however slightly, as each single human being progresses upon the spiritual pathway." Call to the Heights, Guidance on the Pathway to Self-illumination (Geoffrey Hodson)

9 "When you blend with the glorious, wise soul-nature of each one, you build the best possible bond between them and you." The Flowering Tree (Gladys V. Jones)

10 "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." The Nature of Personal Reality (Jane Roberts)

11 "While we might feel that we are mere drops in a vast ocean of consciousness, the interesting thing is that the evolution of each 'mere drop' is a tremendously powerful force. It takes a relatively small number of souls moving into alignment with universal forces to have a great impact on our global reality." The Path of Transformation, How Healing Ourselves Can Change The World (Shakti Gawain)

12 "Every living form, through its radiation, affects every other form." Esoteric Psychology I (Alice A. Bailey)

13 “All creatures, all created things, are united by a common bond. If one is affected, another one, no matter how distant or seemingly unconnected, feels the impact.” Arcana Mundi (Georg Luck)

14 "If even the most inconspicuous Eskimo within the Arctic Circle were to suffer pain or misfortune, it would inevitably affect, although unconsciously, every other human being on the planet." The Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation (W. Y. Evans-Wentz, compiler and editor)

15 "Our hope is born of participation in hopeful solutions, for, ultimately, the only way to feel hope is to give hope to someone else. And then we see that it is all around us. The world should feel hopeful because YOU are here. You ARE the hope, because God is in you." Everyday Grace, Having Hope, Finding Forgiveness, and Making Miracles (Marianne Williamson)

16 "Just a handful of spiritually dedicated people can create a graceful, loving form of change in which all humanity will participate." Visions and Prophecies for a New Age (Mark A. Thurston, Ph.D.)

17 "The human body certainly has a superb, intimate relationship with the flow of nature. It corresponds intricately to the natural rhythm. All life is immersed in the vast ocean of the natural world, vividly pulsing in harmony with the ever-changing motions of the universe." Dialogue on Life, Buddhist Perspectives on Life and the Universe (Daisaku Ikeda)

18 "The influences of the world, the thoughts of the world, the feelings of humanity are easily transmitted consciously or unconsciously from person to person." The Human Aura (Kuthumi and Djwal Kul)

19 "Mathematics has more than once proved that its purely logical constructions which transcend all experience subsequently coincided with the behaviour of things. This, like the events I call synchronistic, points to a profound harmony between all forms of existence." Collected Works (Carl Jung)

20 "Words go forth from one's own person and exert their influence on men. Deeds are born close at hand and become visible far away." I Ching or The Book of Changes (Richard Wilhelm, translator)

21 "In the circle of life all things are present and connected." Manual for the PeaceMaker (Jean Houston with Margaret Rubin)

22 "The body is affected by everything that is happening around you; it is not separate from what is happening around you. Whatever is happening there, is also happening here." U. G. Krishnamurti (b. 1918), 'Conversations with a Man Called U. G.' The Quotable Spirit (Peter Lorie and Manuela D Mascetti, editors)

23 "Every aspect of creation interrelates with every other….every thought, word, or action reverberates throughout the entire creation." God Is A Verb, Kabbalah and the Practice of Mystical Judaism (Rabbi David A. Cooper)

24 "Man can get into intimate touch – almost at will – with the world soul once he has realized that the mind touches that which it constantly and sympathetically thinks about." C. R. F. Seymour, contemporary esotericist Angels and Mortals, Their Co-Creative Power (Maria Parisen, compiler)

25 "Nature is not composed of building blocks, but is a complicated web of relationships. Subatomic particles are not things, but interactions." To Hear the Angels Sing (Dorothy Maclean)

This body of quotes compiled by JoAnn Kite