Emotional Freedom Quotes

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Judith Orloff
“How you react emotionally is a choice in any situation.”
Judith Orloff

Jess C. Scott
“Be patient. Your skin took a while to deteriorate. Give it some time to reflect a calmer inner state. As one of my friends states on his Facebook profile: "The true Losers in Life, are not those who Try and Fail, but those who Fail to Try.”
Jess C. Scott, Clear: A Guide to Treating Acne Naturally

Jess C. Scott
“When our emotional health is in a bad state, so is our level of self-esteem. We have to slow down and deal with what is troubling us, so that we can enjoy the simple joy of being happy and at peace with ourselves.”
Jess C. Scott, Clear: A Guide to Treating Acne Naturally

Gary Chapman
“Being in love is an emotional and obsessive experience. However, emotions change and obsessions fade. Research indicates that the average life span of the "in love" obsession is two years. For some it may last a bit longer; for some, a bit less. But the average is two years. Then we come down off the emotional high and those aspects of life that we disregarded in our euphoria begin to become important. Our differences begin to emerge and we often find ourselves arguing with the person whom we once though to be perfect. We have now discovered for ourselves that being in love is not the foundation for a happy marriage.”
Gary Chapman

Judith Orloff
“Look at your life as your main career and your divine classroom.”
Judith Orloff

Ellen Bass
“As you heal, you see yourself more realistically. You accept that you are a person with strengths and weaknesses. You make the changes you can in your life and let go of the things that aren’t in your power to change. You learn that every part of you is valuable. And you realize that all of your thoughts and feelings are important, even when they’re painful or difficult.”
Ellen Bass, Beginning to Heal

“Peace is something that comes from within. It is
created by your willingness to accept yourself.”
Jason Nelson, Empower Our Children: God's Call to Parents, How to Heal Yourself and Your Children

Bev Flynn
“People, like us
we feel... too deeply
consumed, in shadow
this game of chance.
Together, surviving
we unending dreamers.
People... like us.”
Bev Flynn, Pieces of Poet: Word-Weaver. An Introspective Journal of a Reticent Poet... and her Collected Poems

Carla H. Krueger
“Shush – it’s silent time again.”
Carla H Krueger, Sleeping with the Sun

Manprit Kaur
“Emotionally Strong People ~
Complain a little less, Celebrate a little more;
Think a little less, "Be" a little more;
Cringe a little less, Play a little more;
Judge a little less, Forgive a little more;
Chase a little less, Cherish a little more;
Fear a little less, Hope a little more;
Regret a little less, Learn a little more; and
Fret a little less, Smile a little more.”
Manprit Kaur

Robin Phipps Woodall
“Developing intrinsic, emotional sustainability is the key to unlock the chains of emotional addictions... For this you must have tolerance, humility, and a desire to create happiness for yourself-independently...”
Robin Phipps Woodall

Caryl Westmore
“Anything you want can come true if you cast it in the form of a "golden goal" and apply EFT-Matrix Reimprinting to get clear and activate it "in the matrix".”
Caryl Westmore

Abhijit Naskar
“Are you a kind of person who likes to keep all your emotions hidden from the people around you! Do you prefer restraining your feelings a little too much! In that case, you must know that too much emotional suppression can have catastrophic impact over your body.”
Abhijit Naskar, The Art of Neuroscience in Everything

“The more we get attached to any relationship, the more we lose the grip on our emotional freedom.”
Dr. Jacinta Mpalyenkana, Ph.D, MBA

“All hurt is a consequence of focusing on what's dead.”
Dr. Jacent Mpalyenkana, Ph.D. MBA

“Materialistic things have never, and will never carry emotions.”
Dr. Jacent M Mpalyenkana-Murray

T.K. Coleman
“Emotional versatility is the art of making peace with the entire emotional spectrum by honing your capacity to channel various feelings along creative and constructive lines. It is not about controlling or condemning your feelings. It's about conducting your feelings in a self-edifying way.”
T.K. Coleman, Freedom Without Permission: How to Live Free in a World That Isn't

“Just like a house we are the doorkeepers to our own beings. We allow who or what comes in and out. It doesn’t have be solely in the house but also outside outside our houses, our yards, our gardens most importantly.
If someone or yourself, waters your garden with hot water, it is likely that your garden changes. From colour, the vivrance, to it being able to rebuild trust with you. It will no longer grow or give you the fruits you expect, the only fruit you’ll get is failure and disappointment. Because you allowed someone else into your identity, you allowed something to steal your soul, your breath and voice which made you into a whole.”
Goitsemang Mvula