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20 Mindfulness Quotes That Will Help You Be Truly Wise

Date: February 28, 2024 Time: 17:36:22

20 Mindfulness Quotes That Will Help You Be Truly Wise

Ekaterina Saleeva May 24, 2023, 19:40 Moscow time Audio version: Your browser does not support the audio element.

We accept the events of life and learn to perceive reality without illusions in the same way that prominent people of the past and present did.

A conscious approach helps to study the internal processes of the world order without wild and optimistic dreams. It teaches you to perceive life as real and as it really is. Having assessed your capabilities and achievements “here and now”, you can move on, implement a plan for change.

Long before the official recognition of the method of consciousness, leading figures in science, art, and philosophy discovered a similar way of understanding the world. Let’s find out how the great ones reached wisdom through their sayings.

Inspirational sayings that will make you boldly move forward are here:

To change your life and be happy: 50 motivational quotes for every day Be attentive to your thoughts, they are the beginning of actions. Free your mind of thoughts. Let your heart calm down. Calmly follow the turmoil of the world. See how it all fits together.

Lao Tzu, ancient Chinese philosopher

Lao Tzu Statue

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If you want to change something small in your life, change your attitude, but if you need big changes, change your way of thinking.

Albert Einstein, German physicist

Albert Einstein

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The true strength of a person is not in impulses, but in indestructible calm.

Leo Tolstoy, Russian writer

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A man can make a great path, but it is not the path that makes a man great.

Confucius, ancient Chinese philosopher


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Knowing how much good you have is already the basis of happiness and abundance.

Eckhart Tolle, German writer and philosopher

Eckhart Tolle

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Where we are expected, we are always just in time.

Paulo Coelho, Brazilian writer

Paulo Coelho

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The more love, wisdom, beauty you discover in yourself, the more you will notice them in the world around you.

Mother Teresa, missionary, educator

Mother Teresa

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People take everything so seriously that it becomes a burden to them. Learn to laugh more. Make life around you beautiful and let each person feel that meeting you is a gift.

Osho, Indian spiritual leader


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When you appreciate what you have and don’t live in search of ideals, you will be truly happy.

Friedrich Nietzsche, German philosopher

Friedrich Nietzsche

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If you expect gratitude for the good, you are not giving the good, you are selling it.

Omar Khayyam, Persian philosopher, poet

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Every morning when you wake up, start by thinking: “Today I was lucky, I woke up. I have a precious life and I will not waste it. If the problem can be resolved, don’t worry. If the problem cannot be fixed, it is useless to worry.

Dalai Lama, Tibetan spiritual leader

Dalai Lama

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Experience is not something that happens to a person. This is what a person does when something happens to him.

Aldous Huxley, English science fiction writer

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We can only act here and now. Stop wasting such an important and present moment on worries and regrets. Don’t leave things for tomorrow.

Dale Carnegie, American motivational speaker, writer

Dale Carnegie

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Sympathy is when you like the appearance, infatuation is when you like the appearance and character, and love is when you like even the flaws.

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry, French writer

Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

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In the beginner’s mind there are many possibilities, in the master’s mind there are few. The secret of art is to always be a “newcomer”, to have a fresh look.

Shunryu Suzuki, promoter of Zen Buddhism

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The only happiness in life is the constant movement forward.

Émile Zola, French writer

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Tell the truth, then you won’t have to remember anything.

Mark Twain, American writer

Mark Twain

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