Sharon Salzberg Quotes

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We learn and grow and are transformed not so much by what we do but by why and how we do it. -Sharon Salzberg
Restore your attention or bring it to a new level by dramatically slowing down whatever you're doing. -Sharon Salzberg
By prizing heartfulness above faultlessness, we may reap more from our effort because we're more likely to be changed by it. -Sharon Salzberg
Life is like an ever-shifting kaleidoscope - a slight change, and all patterns alter. -Sharon Salzberg
As a friend of mine told me about Real Happiness: you wrote this one in American. -Sharon Salzberg
Effort is the unconstrained willingness to persevere through difficulty. -Sharon Salzberg
With the practice of meditation we can develop this ability to more fully love ourselves and to more consistently love others. -Sharon Salzberg
Fearful of wasting a second, we hoard time as if it were money. -Sharon Salzberg
In those moments when we realize how much we cannot control, we can learn to let go. -Sharon Salzberg
In order to do anything about the suffering of the world we must have the strength to face it without turning away. -Sharon Salzberg
Through meditation we come to know that we are dying and being reborn in every moment. -Sharon Salzberg
Our path, our sense of spirituality demands great earnestness, dedication, sincerity and continuity. -Sharon Salzberg
Every single moment is expressive of the truth of our lives when we know how to look. -Sharon Salzberg
We need the courage to learn from our past and not live in it. -Sharon Salzberg
The mind thinks thoughts that we don't plan. It's not as if we say, 'At 9:10 I'm going to be filled with self-hatred. -Sharon Salzberg
Mindfulness isn't difficult, we just need to remember to do it. -Sharon Salzberg
All beings want to be happy, yet so very few know how. It is out of ignorance that any of us cause suffering, for ourselves or for others -Sharon Salzberg
We can understand the inherent radiance & purity of our minds by understanding metta. Like the mind, metta is not distorted by what it encounters. -Sharon Salzberg
When we practice metta, we open continuously to the truth of our actual experience, changing our relationship to life. -Sharon Salzberg
Our practice rather than being about killing the ego is about simply discovering our true nature. -Sharon Salzberg
We long for permanence but everything in the known universe is transient. That's a fact but one we fight. -Sharon Salzberg
When we bring deep awareness to whatever's bothering us, the same things might be happening, but we are able to relate to them differently. -Sharon Salzberg
There is so much we just can't see or know right now, including precisely how our actions will ripple out. -Sharon Salzberg
Love exists in itself, not relying on owning or being owned. -Sharon Salzberg
We live in a network of inter connectivity. -Sharon Salzberg
Each opportunity to interrupt the onslaught of thoughts and return to the object of meditation is, in fact, a moment of enlightenment -Sharon Salzberg
When we don't allow setbacks to defeat us, they become opportunities for learning, acceptance, flexibility, and patience. -Sharon Salzberg
Love as a power can go anywhere. It isn't sentimental. It doesn't have to be pretty, yet it doesn't deny pain. -Sharon Salzberg
We often get caught up in our own reactions and forget the vulnerability of the person in front of us. -Sharon Salzberg
Meditation is the ultimate mobile device; you can use it anywhere, anytime, unobtrusively. -Sharon Salzberg
We don't need any sort of religious orientation to lead a life that is ethical, compassionate & kind. -Sharon Salzberg
We use mindfulness to observe the way we cling to pleasant experiences & push away unpleasant ones. -Sharon Salzberg
We find greater lightness & ease in our lives as we increasingly care for ourselves & other beings. -Sharon Salzberg
Once someone appears to us primarily as an object, kindness has no place to root. -Sharon Salzberg
The embodiment of kindness is often made difficult by our long ingrained patterns of fear & jealousy. -Sharon Salzberg
The manifestation of the free mind is said to be lovingkindness, compassion, sympathetic joy, and equanimity. -Sharon Salzberg
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