One Center Quotes

One Center Quotes: We have three centers: the emotional center, the intellectual center, and the physical body center. Each one of them has its own intelligence. How much better would we be if all three were working in unison?
Author: Erin Gray
The power chakra is the navel center. The center of balance is the heart chakra; it's the center of our being. The third eye is the center of wisdom, the Agni chakra.
Giving a life means getting one.
Author: Jesse Neo
The third eye is located between the eyebrows and a little above. The heart center is located directly in the center of the chest. The naval center is about two inches below the navel.
You are a living miracle, so act like one.
Author: Jesse Neo
Remember that you are always one with your family.
Author: Jesse Neo
No one is ever old enough to try new things.
Author: Jesse Neo
I never thought that my world could fit in one person.
Author: Jesse Neo
Move the kundalini from the solar plexus region into the heart center, which purifies it and connects the two halves of you being. Bring the kundalini down again from the heart center to the navel center.
Being able to make someone happy is one of the best feeling.
Author: Jesse Neo
Crying is our way of releasing sadness. So cry whenever you feel like one.
Author: Jesse Neo
You are created strong, you just have to stay as one.
Author: Jesse Neo
Sunday afternoons at a parish center - or a community center - is familiar territory for me.
An Old World revolution is only a movement around a motionless center; it never breaks out of the circle. Firm in the center is belief in Authority.
Write on a subject you love. Your profit center should also be your passion center.
Author: Dan Poynter
There is a still center of the universe. Within that still center are all things, all achievements, all loses, everything and nothing exist there.
Our culture made a virtue of living only as extroverts. We discouraged the inner journey, the quest for a center. So we lost our center and have to find it again.
Author: Anais Nin
The unconscious process moves spiral-wise around a center, gradually getting closer, while the characteristics of the center grow more and more distinct.
Author: Carl Jung