Jan
26
2022

"let the dust settle"

"To allow things to return to normal after a period of excitement, a high level of activity, etc." --idioms.thefreedictionary.com
Jan
24
2022

"you can't judge a book by its cover"

"outward appearances are not a reliable indication of the true character of someone or something." -- Google dictionary
Jan
22
2022

"if it feels wrong, don't do it"

The level of following your gut
Jan
20
2022

“What goes around comes around”

used to say that if someone treats other people badly he or she will eventually be treated badly by someone else --merriam-webster.com
Jan
19
2022

"No prophet is accepted in his own country."

Jesus said, in Luke 4:24. Calibrated by request.
Jan
18
2022

"awareness alone is curative"

Sounds profound, but is it?
Jan
17
2022

Steve Jobs quote

Plus Jobs' energy/aura. The quote is from his Stanford commencement address
Jan
14
2022

"there is nothing new under the sun"

Ecclesiastes 1:9, The Bible, Old Testament
Jan
04
2022

"the one who cares least has all the power in a relationship"

I had a friend who was convinced of this after his divorce.
Jan
02
2022

"Those serve who also stand and wait."

From "Discovery of the Presence of God," by David R. Hawkins
Dec
31
2021

"slow and steady wins the race"

"Persistent, consistent, and diligent progress, even if it is somewhat slow, will produce better results than rushing to get somewhere or achieve something, as the latter can result in mistakes or may prove unsustainable or unreliable." --idioms.thefreedictionary.com
Dec
28
2021

“The world can only see us as we see ourselves.”

Attributed to David R. Hawkins
Dec
27
2021

"It takes years of hard work to become an overnight success."

Seems to be a weighted average of higher mind (275) and hard work (200)
Dec
26
2021

"it is what it is"

often an expression of frustration or resigned acceptance of a situation. It's usually used to answer a question that cannot be adequately answered. It can also be used to justify or acknowledge the reality of one's circumstances. --examples.yourdictionary.com
Dec
25
2021

"The captain goes down with the ship"

"a maritime tradition that a sea captain holds ultimate responsibility for both their ship and everyone embarked on it, and in an emergency will either save those on board or die trying" --wikipedia
Dec
24
2021

"ignorance is bliss"

used to say that a person who does not know about a problem does not worry about it --merriam-webster.com
Dec
22
2021

"truth is the law of the universe"

Calibration of statement
Dec
22
2021

AA step 3: “Made a decision to turn our will and our lives over to the care of God as we understood Him.”

By request: "Doc referred to the 3rd step as being sufficient to reach (realize) enlightenment."
Dec
19
2021

"justified" force

Which is the essence? "Justified" or "force"?
Dec
12
2021

Consciousness calibration is the technique that "sees all and knows all" right at your fingertips