“Everyone is the Buddha.
Everyone has the perfect body.
If you weren’t able to compare
your body to any other,
what could possibly be lacking?
Without the mind’s comparison,
no one can be too fat or too thin.
That’s not possible;
it’s a myth.
Comparison keeps you from
the awareness of what is.
You could weigh five hundred pounds,
you could be dying of cancer,
and still you would have
the perfect body,
the one that you need
in order to be exactly
who you are in this moment.”
Byron Katie and Stephen Mitchell, from A Mind at Home with Itself:
How Asking Four Questions Can Free Your Mind,
Open Your Heart, and Turn Your World Around
You are filled with the power
of the present moment,
being one with all things,
the unlimited light of unlimited supply
and inexhaustible good.
Breathing in, give thanks to your heart.
Breathing out, allow your heart to relax.
We have neglected our hearts
for a long time by the way we work, eat,
and deal with anxiety and stress.
Our hearts beat for us night and day.
In the center of being, I am grateful.
In the power of realizing, I am thankful.
In the grace of believing, I am appreciative.
In the now of knowing, I am that I am.
Embrace your heart with mindfulness and tenderness,
reconciling with and taking care of your heart.
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