The mirror of reality

Rumi - Poet

Close your eyes, fall in love, stay there.

Ryuho Okawa - CEO and founder of the Happy Science

Examining your thoughts is an important part of the practice of self-reflections.

Ernest Holmes - American writer

Life is a mirror and will reflect back to the thinker what he thinks into it.

Sonja Lyubomirsky - American professor in the Department of Psychology at the University of California, Riverside and author of the bestseller The How of Happiness

Happiness is not out there for us to find. The reason that it's not out there is that it's inside us.

Maxwell Maltz - American cosmetic surgeon and author of Psycho-Cybernetics, which was a system of ideas that he claimed could improve one's self-image leading to a more successful and fulfilling life

The ’self-image’ is the key to human personality and human behavior. Change the self image and you change the personality and the behavior.

Tal Ben-Shahar - American and Israeli teacher, and writer in the areas of positive psychology and leadership

Our behavior toward others is often a reflection of our treatment of ourselves.

Alberto Villoldo - Cuban-born psychologist, medical anthropologist and author, writing primarily in the field of neo-shamanism

Everything you experience mirrors a part of you.

Russell Simmons - American entrepreneur, record executive, writer, and film producer

Your vision makes your world. If you see the world as a happy, loving place, then that’s where you’re going to live. But if you see the world as a messed up, negative, and dangerous place, then that will be your reality.

Vernon Linwood Howard - American spiritual teacher, author, and philosopher

Self-knowledge is the great power by which we comprehend and control our lives.

Eckhart Tolle - Spiritual teacher and best-selling author. the tower

Acknowledging the good that you already have in your life is the foundation for all abundance.

Debbie Ford - American self-help author, coach, lecturer and teacher, most known for The New York Times best-selling book, The Dark Side of the Light Chasers, which aimed to help readers overcome their shadow side with the help of modern psychology and spiritual practices

The greatest act of courage is to be and to own all of who you are — without apology, without excuses, without masks to cover the truth of who you are.

Debbie Ford - American self-help author, coach, lecturer and teacher, most known for The New York Times best-selling book, The Dark Side of the Light Chasers, which aimed to help readers overcome their shadow side with the help of modern psychology and spiritual practices

We can't fight darkness with darkness. We have to find compassion, and embrace the darkness inside of us in order to understand it and, ultimately, to transcend it.

Debbie Ford - American self-help author, coach, lecturer and teacher, most known for The New York Times best-selling book, The Dark Side of the Light Chasers, which aimed to help readers overcome their shadow side with the help of modern psychology and spiritual practices

It is only when we have the courage to face things exactly as they are, without any self-deception or illusion, that a light will develop out of events, by which the path to success may be recognized.

Denis E. Waitley - American motivational speaker, writer and consultant

It's not what you are that holds you back, it's what you think you are not.

Brent Kessel - Founder and CEO of Abacus Wealth Partners, which provides fee-only, comprehensive financial advice to help individuals, families and foundations expand what's possible with money

We get what we think we deserve.

Brent Kessel - Founder and CEO of Abacus Wealth Partners, which provides fee-only, comprehensive financial advice to help individuals, families and foundations expand what's possible with money

Until you can identify and examine your Core Story, your outer financial life will be a mirror of your unconscious expectations.

Dale Carnegie - American writer and lecturer, and the developer of courses in self-improvement, salesmanship, corporate training, public speaking, and interpersonal skills

Our thoughts make us what we are. 

Jordan B. Peterson - Canadian professor of psychology at the University of Toronto, a clinical psychologist, and YouTube personality

You can only find out what you actually believe (rather than what you think you believe) by watching how you act. You simply don’t know what you believe, before that. You are too complex to understand yourself.