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The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart by Ilchi Lee
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“I existed before I received this body. I am the external and fundamental life energy of the universe.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Dreams are reality that has not become true. However, in the hearts of some people, they have already come true. People whose dreams are already achieved in their hearts, and who can see that as they boldly throw themselves into it, have true courage.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Meditation is earnest prayer, and when prayer progresses, it becomes true meditation.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Everyone has a "greatness within" to be of service and to benefit their family, friends, neighbors, their community and humanity. From that "Greatness," the beautiful and holy intention to benefit all life springs forth. At that moment when you have heard your inner voice, what did you do? The moment you became aware of your greatness within, what did you do? Did you acknowledge and accept it? Or did you turn away from it?”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Have you ever thought of yourself as a great being?Have you ever been deeply moved by a thought that came from inside?

One day, I heard a voice inside me sincerely concerned for the future of the earth and humanity. That voice asked, Would a world where all life forms on this earth live together in peace and harmony be impossible? That voice answered, If all people really wanted that and chose that kind of world, why wouldn't it come true?”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Have you ever thought of yourself as a great being? Have you ever been moved by a thought that came from inside?”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Deliver the heart of the earth to humanity.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Feel the energy, starting with your hands, and if you maintain the sensation of being connected to that energy as you pray, you can be more deeply immersed in your prayer. The reason is that the entire universe is composed of the energy you're feeling with your hands right now. When you maintain that feeling of connection with the universe as you pray for the great hopes and dreams cherished by your soul, you are broadcasting your prayer to the entire universe as your audience. If the whole universe is resonating with your dream and working with you to make your dream come true, wouldn't that lend great strength to you?”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“The most earnest prayer that I know is to ask for the life energy of the universe to come down into my body and let my mind become full and overflowing with peace and gratitude.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“The Gran Canyon is grand. But we, as beings with self-awareness, are granderthan the Grand Canyon.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“I believe these connections are not the result of chance. They are the result of long cherished hopes, choices, and creation.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Whatever path brought you here
There is a reason why you came,
Through you may not know it now.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“The reason I regard training that involves the ki energy as crucial is because ki energy is the bridge that links our body and mind. . . when you focus deeply inside on the ki energy, your mind becomes calm and serene. There's a feeling of peaceful comfort and safety that's hard to describe. Inside of that, there's no fear that you might lose something, there is no desperate need to control others, nor is there the desire for recognition or acceptance. There is only one self that is infinitely bright and peaceful and seems that for it anything would be possible.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“When we are aware that we are eternal beings, when we become enlightened to the fact that our life is something eternal that cannot be harmed by anything, then we have no attachments to the past of anxiety about the future and are able to focus on the present moment the now.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“God who is in heaven
Thank you for letting us know you.
God who is in the mountains and streams
Thank you for letting us see and feel you.
God who is in the heart of all people
I pray earnestly that your will becomes realized.
What I'm most grateful for
is that, even if I were not to have eyes, ears, and a body
you have given me this soul
so that I can know you, who are invisible,
and for that I thank you with all my heart.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“It's only natural for people to fall, but there are people who, even if they fall, jump right back up right away and run forward, and there are people who just keep sitting there, crying.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“There is a reason you come here though you may not realize now.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“People's hearts color the heart of the earth and the earth colors the hearts of people.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Inside of Ki energy, we feel that we are not beings fettered by time and space but that we are infinite and eternal.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“No matter where in the world I'm coming back from, in Sedona I always feel a sense of safety and peace, as if I've returned to the home of my soul, into the arms of Mother Earth the red land that always welcomes me with open arms.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“The things we are attached to are no more than shadows of the past. However, we do not recognize that, and, as long as we hold on to them, they become part of the present and follow us around. Let's say there's a wound you suffered long ago. The wound closed and left a large or small scar. It's only a scar, and it doesn't interfere at all with you living a healthy life. But for a person who believes the wound is still open, even pain that has since left will return and the closed wound will become infected.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Even when it encounters an obstacle, flowing water always goes on its intended way. If it meets a rock, even if it parts, it goes around and around again and keeps flowing. If there is no path, it makes one.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“If you have a dream in your heart that beats with the pulse of the night, then your soul is happy.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“A peaceful life doesn't mean one that has no conflict or struggle . . . a life that avoids conflict never changes. We must live making sounds like the stream of water . . . we can produce beautiful sounds in our lives by colliding with obstacles.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“It's only natural to experience times that are difficult and painful, no matter who you are. those are times when anyone would feel tempted to give up on their dream. However, if you try to avoid adversity, you'll end up succumbing to the external environment or to your own limitations. You're able to demonstrate the creative wisdom that can overcome difficulty only if you face it bravely and assertively, instead of avoiding it-and you will grow through your hardship.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“At that moment, a voice inside me asked, "Who am I?" The answer from inside of me came with utter confidence: "I am Chunjikiun(cosmic energy). I am Chunjimaum(cosmic mind)." The energy that fills the universe is me.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“God who is in the heart of all people
I pray earnestly that your will becomes realized.
What I'm most grateful for is that even if I were not to have eyes, ears, and a body you have given me this soul so that I can know you, who are invisible, and for that I thank you with all my heart.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Because we have a sense of completion within us, and because we have the will and desire to reach that state of completion, human beings have the potential for greatness and can become greater at any time.”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“Who am I who sits here?
What is it that I want?”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart
“God who is in the heart of all people
I pray earnestly that your will becomes realized.
What I'm most grateful for is that even if I were not to have eyes, ears, and a body you have given me this soul so that I can know you, who are invisible, and for that I thank you with all my heart. “ —”
Ilchi Lee, The Call of Sedona: Journey of the Heart

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