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1 "All these consciousnesses communicate with each other and make up part of the information hologram. Communication throughout the universe is continuous and instantaneous." Stalking the Wild Pendulum: On The Mechanics of Consciousness (Itzhak Bentov)

2 "Archetypal images feel basic, necessary, and generative. They are connected to something original….They seem to give energy and direction. Archetypal images give rise to associations and lead us to other images; and we therefore experience them as having resonance, complexity, and depth. They feel universal." Mirrors of The Self, Archetypal Images That Shape Your Life (Christine Downing, editor)

3 "All living cells have a cellular consciousness and are able to communicate with other cells of the same or other species even when they are a distance apart. Moreover, this communication is instantaneous." Spontaneous Fulfillment of Desire (Deepak Chopra)

4 "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)

5 "There is but one Magnet in the universe, and from it proceeds the magnetization of everything existing." Isis Unveiled (Helena P. Blavatsky)

6 "In its depths, the human psyche possesses a base which is shared by all human beings. Every human being has a repository of all past human experience in the recesses of his psyche and it is there that he can communicate with all his fellow human beings on earth." Dialogue on Life, Buddhist Perspectives on Life and the Universe (Daisaku Ikeda)

7 "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)

8 "Knowledge takes place according as the thing known is in the knower." Introduction to Saint Thomas Aquinas (Anton C. Pegis, editor)

9 "All the innumerable organizations of which we are made and in which we participate are interrelated. So what happens to any person happens to all those organizations of which he is composed. This continuity of organization is a deeply meaningful concept. We are each expressions of the universe. Who we are and what we do is not an isolated event of little import but has its effects on a far greater stage." Being and Becoming, A Field Approach to Psychology (Arthur W. Combs)

10 "The flow of life is the harmonious interaction of all the elements and forces that structure the field of existence." The Seven Spiritual Laws of Success (Deepak Chopra)

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

12 "Experience teaches that at the dawn of consciousness one stands already inclosed within definite, prepotent systems of relationships." I Ching or The Book of Changes (Richard Wilhelm, translator)

13 "Let a man in a garret but burn with enough intensity and he will set fire to the whole world." Antoine DeSaint-Exupery (1900-1944), French author, 'Wind, Sand, and Stars' The Great Thoughts (George Seldes, compiler)

14 "Wisdom must become our ideal because everything we do, our thoughts, even our moods, influences the cosmos." The Imagination of Pentecost: Rudolf Steiner & Contemporary Spirituality (Richard Leviton)

15 "Human monads are atoms immersed in, nourished by, and carried along by one and the same unfathomable primitive substance; they are elements that are combined and given a special character by a network of intimate interconnections, in order so to constitute a higher unity." Writings in Time of War (Pierre Teilhard deChardin)

16 "Each time we make use of our free will by giving, we are in copartnership with the infinite Bestower. When this is accomplished with clear awareness of what we are doing, we raise the consciousness of creation." God Is A Verb, Kabbalah and the Practice of Mystical Judaism (Rabbi David A. Cooper)

17 "Most spiritual traditions use cultural language to describe an energetic universe. That is a universe that is first and foremost an energetic template from which material conditions and forms arise. This energetic sea connects us all." Stone Age Wisdom, The Healing Principles of Shamanism (Tom Crockett)

18 "The magnetic force, the life of the Logos, gathers together His body of manifestation." A Treatise on Cosmic Fire (Alice A. Bailey)

19 "Heraclitus said, 'All things are full of souls and spirits'; Thales, that the 'soul is intermingled' with matter; Anaximenes, that we must revere the breath for it connects us to the respiration of the cosmos; Anaximander, that the earth is constantly creative and that its many life forms are always in relationship." A Passion for This Earth, Exploring a New Partnership of Man, Woman & Nature (Valerie Andrews)

20 "The power to communicate is to be found in the very nature of substance itself…the significance of telepathy is to be found in the word 'omnipresence'." Telepathy (Alice A. Bailey)

21 "Through God, all bodies come together, exert influence upon one another and sustain one another in the unity of the all-embracing sphere." Writings in Time of War (Pierre Teilhard deChardin)

22 "St. John of the Cross was struck by what we might call a symphonic oneness seen as a result of the divine light. Each being gives 'voice to what God is in it', and all of them together produce a marvelous harmony." Fire Within: St. Teresa of Avila, St. John of the Cross, and the Gospel - on Prayer' (Thomas Dubay, S.M.)

23 "Everything I do is like the pebble thrown into a pool, making larger and larger ripples in the waters of other lives." Joshua Loth Liebman (1907-1948), American rabbi, educator, 'Peace of Mind' The Choice Is Always Ours (Dorothy B. Phillips, Chief Editor)

24 "Whenever one seeks to know other forms of life in a sense of love and honor, meaningful interaction is experienced." Agartha: The Essential Guide to Personal Transformation in the New Era (Meredith L. Young)

25 "Mankind have been created for the sake of one another." Marcus Aurelius, Roman emperor from 161 ad, 'Meditations'bk. 8, sect. 59 Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, 4th edition (Angela Partington, editor)

This body of quotes compiled by JoAnn Kite