30 Quotes From The Greatest Secret by Rhonda Byrne
The Greatest Secret by Rhonda Byrne offers revelations and practices to end suffering and discover lasting happiness.
Ancient traditions knew that to hide a secret it should be put in plain sight, where no-one will think to look for it. Billions of people on our planet have searched—but few have discovered the truth. Those few are completely free from negativity and live in permanent peace and happiness.
The Greatest Secret is a quantum leap that will take the reader beyond the material world and into the spiritual realm, where all possibilities exist.
The Greatest Secret builds on the concepts of the Law of Attraction introduced in the worldwide phenomenon The Secret.
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30 Quotes from The Greatest Secret by Rhonda Byrne
The first step to freedom is when we understand that our thoughts create our life. What you think is what manifests.
The habit of believing our own thoughts robs us of being able to live in the magnificence and glory of who we really are.
It’s your thoughts about a person, circumstance, or event that’s the source of negative situations in your life, not the actual person, circumstance, or event.
All that really exists is this present moment. Past and future exist only in the form of thought.
One of the biggest lies our mind has convinced us of is the story that we are a body and a mind.
When you observe your thoughts instead of getting lost in them, you see them for what they are: something separate from you that you can either choose to believe, or not.
What you feel inside will match precisely with your experience in the outside world.
Don’t expect people, circumstances, and events to change for you to feel better. To change how you feel in any given moment is always an inside job.
Happiness is your natural state of being, so if you don’t feel happiness right now, then you have a negative feeling that is stopping that happiness from being present.
When we give our attention to a problem, we energize the problem and it gets bigger. When we shift our attention away from the problem, the problem disappears because all the energy has been removed from it.
Suffering is caused by believing negative thoughts. So, suffering is self-imposed.
A belief is just a thought that we think over and over again—until we believe it. All beliefs are limited because they come from the mind.
Beliefs will continually project themselves into your life and make themselves true.
Whatever circumstances are appearing in your life currently are being generated by your belief system.
Be very aware when you hear yourself say, “I believe” or “I don’t believe,” because immediately following those words is a belief.
When we seek happiness in the world, our happiness is fleeting.
Your thoughts determine how you’re feeling, so if you’re not happy it’s because you’re thinking about something you don’t want.
We don’t have to do anything to be happy. Instead, we need to stop doing what we’re doing that’s making us unhappy.
You can’t acquire happiness; you can only BE it. If you are happy, you are being your true self.
You’re supposed to be happy all the time. Happiness is you. It’s your true nature. It’s who you really are.
When you see love anywhere in the world, realize it is you.
When anything hurts you in life, without exception it’s a wake-up call telling you you’re going in the wrong direction—you’re believing something that isn’t true.
There’s only one way to find lasting, permanent happiness—it is to find out who you really are, because your true nature IS happiness.
You are having the experience of being a person, but in the bigger picture it’s not who you are.
Open yourself to the possibility that you can experience the truth of what you are, this very moment.
You are not your body; your body is a vehicle you use to experience the world
You are not your mind; mind is only thoughts. If there are no thoughts, then there is no mind.
Instead of looking outward to the world for happiness, we need to turn and look inward; it’s only in that direction that we will find everything we’re looking for.
No matter how things appear in the world, all is always, always well.
The only purpose in life is to be the totality of who we are.
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