Anasazi Foundation Quotes

Quotes tagged as "anasazi-foundation" (showing 1-30 of 30)
“There is a power in nature that man has ignored. And the result has been heartache and pain.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“I have learned that the point of life's walk is not where or how far I move my feet but how I am moved in my heart.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“The most beautiful thing in the world is a heart that is changing.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“Unfortunately, modern man has become so focused on harnessing nature's resources that he has forgotten how to learn from them. If you let them, however, the elements of nature will teach you as they have taught me.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“Whether we walk among our people or alone among the hills, happiness in life's walking depends on how we feel about others in our hearts.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“We travel only as far and as high as our hearts will take us.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“No man is as wise as Mother Earth. She has witnessed every human day, every human struggle, every human pain, and every human joy. For maladies of both body and spirit, the wise ones of old pointed man to the hills. For man too is of the dust and Mother Earth stands ready to nurture and heal her children.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“Mother Earth has never been more crowded, yet her inhabitants have never been more lonely.”
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“Life is a walking, a journey. So, if life upon Mother Earth is a journey, there are two ways to walk. We can choose to walk forward or we can choose to walk backward. Forward Walking choices are rewarded with consequences that light the way to peace, happiness, joy, comfort, knowledge, and wisdom. Backward Walking choices bring to the Two-Legged beings consequences of misery despair, and darkness.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“Man's obsession with his own wants is taking him further from those without whom happiness cannot be found. It is taking him from his people.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“Don't believe the dark whisperings that invite you to walk backward. At any time in your life, you have the power to turn forward.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“The success of my journey depended on whether my heart walked forward—toward my people—instead of backward, away from them.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“We have found that no modern prescriptions heal the human heart so fully or so well as the prescription of the Ancient Ones. "To the hills," they would say. To which we would add, "To the trees, the valleys, and the streams, as well." For there is a power in nature that man has ignored. And the result has been heartache and pain.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“The outward light is but a reflection of the inner.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“As great as is the light above us, greater by far is the light within.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“Do you and I allow light to chase darkness from our souls as well?”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“Would it surprise you to hear that man's unhappiness is due in large measure to the way he is seeking after happiness? You know this already from your own life. For when you have been unhappy, you have been unhappy with others—with your father or mother, your sister or brother, your spouse, your son, your daughter. If unhappiness is with others, wouldn't it stand to reason that happiness must be with others as well?”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“There is much to be learned from the world around us—far more than we normally comprehend. The Ancient Ones knew this well—most particularly the wise teachers among them—those who, in the Navajo tongue, were called "Anasazi.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“I speak of the Creator. He has walked with me often in my journeys, and it has been by learning to walk with Him that I have learned to walk forward.”
Anasazi Foundation

“Each morning offers lessons in light. For the morning light teaches the most basic of truths: Light chases away darkness.”
Anasazi Foundation

“I have learned that the point of life's walk is not where or how far I move my feet but how I am moved in my heart. If I walk far but am angry toward others as I journey, I walk nowhere. If I conquer mountains but hold grudges against others as I climb, I conquer nothing. If I see much but regard others as enemies, I see no one.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“Light chases away darkness.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“We need help from above if we are to make progress in our journeys.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“Darkness within clouds the world without.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“Would it surprise you to hear that man's unhappiness is due in large measure to the way he is seeking after happiness?”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“At the end of our lives, when our bodies are about to be laid in Mother Earth, we will know for ourselves whether we are a Two-Legged being full of light or a Two-Legged being full of darkness.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World

“I speak of the Creator. Are you surprised by my candor? In a world that has killed the sacred, mention of it can seem shocking, even foolhardy. But how foolhardy it is to kill the sacred! And how shocking to think that we could! For there is always a light that walks forward.”
Anasazi Foundation, The Seven Paths: Changing One's Way of Walking in the World