Our minds try to protect us from any large or small change, including increased happiness – especially increased happiness. Our minds perceive even happiness as a threat to our accustomed struggle.
– SARK, Making Your Creative Dreams Real
When you are fully, or partially, engaged in living your creative dreams, you actually create more energy. – SARK, Making Your Creative Dreams Real
To creative dream-livers, the world is full of opportunities, adventures and chances to think and act creatively. – SARK, Making Your Creative Dreams Real
Our dreams need us and the world needs our dreams. I believe and I know that your willingness and ability to live your creative dreams directly benefits the whole world. Every person living or actively engaged in living his or her dream is more available to be of use to others. When we are consciously expanding ourselves and our dreams, we attract and add to what is needed in this world. – SARK, Making Your Creative Dreams Real
The “fruits of letting go” come when I can truly see that I am not in charge, and that I can trust in the divinity and process of change.
– SARK, Transformation Soup
I think it is easy to stop ourselves from being too bright, too happy, too successful. Conformity also soothes us. We can predict it, and there is the illusion of control. Unfortunately, we also stop ourselves from being too visible, unusual or vivid.
— SARK, Succulent Wild Woman
We cannot meet or be met if we don’t speak up, or take a chance. How can you deny someone the pleasure of meeting you?
“Let’s look closer at the size of our hearts, the width of our souls, and the length of our spirits.”