Susan Jeffers Quotes
Born: March 3, 1938
Died: October 27, 2012
I am not a failure if I don't succeed, I am successful because I tried.
When we give from a place of love, rather than from a place of expectation, more usually comes back to us than we could ever have imagined.
Do the thing you fear, it's sure to disappear.
The wall that protects you, also imprisons you.
By reeducating the mind, you can accept fear as simply a fact of life rather than a barrier to success.
A ship in harbour is safe, but it's not fulfilling its potential
At the bottom of all our fears is simply the that we can't handle what life hands us.
When you put loving thoughts and behavior into the world, you plant seeds of self-respect. When you put unloving thoughts and behavior into the world, you destroy seeds of self-respect.
Shift from being afraid of making a mistake to being afraid of not making a mistake. If you are not making any mistakes, you are not learning or growing
I am powerful and I am loving. I have much to give to this world. I am a person of worth. I deserve love. I am a capable person. My life has meaning. My life is unfolding perfectly. There is plenty of time.
We become powerful in the face of our fears when we have a sense that we make a difference in this world. We are all meaningful participants in this Universe and worthy of giving and receiving love. Some affirmations of purpose are: I know that I count and I act as though I do. I spread warmth and love everywhere I go. I am a healing force in the Universe.
Whatever happens, I'll handle it.
Patience means knowing it will happen . . . and giving it time to happen.
I believe that if something is troubling you, simply start from where you are and take the action necessary to change it.
Remember that underlying all our fears is a lack of trust in ourselves.
The truth is that love and power go together.
Every time you encounter something that forces you to “handle it,” your self-esteem is raised considerably. You learn to trust that you will survive, no matter what happens. And in this way your fears are diminished immeasurably.
people who refuse to take risks live with a feeling of dread that is far more severe than what they would feel if they took the risks necessary to make them less helpless - only they don't know it!
There is an automatic assumption that negative is realistic and positive is unrealistic.
there's nothing as powerful as a made-up mind!