‘If you’re sensitive to these kinds of things, it is unbearable.’
‘You come into a family to learn some things, but you should not be too caught up in the patterns that build up out of that.’
‘There will be new forests growing; if they don’t cut them down again.’
‘If the priests thought someone was behaving badly, or someone was having a different opinion, they were sentenced to death.’
‘I might just as well go like this, with a big bang.’ Like, live on stage. You would understand because you actually spent several lifetimes together.
All the people living closely with the environment knew about it. They thrived on the thought. ‘We could come back. We could make this place better.’
'People say that these places are about healing.
It’s far from that. It has nothing, nothing to do with healing. It’s about compassion, forgiveness and patience.'
Our friend likes the challenges, the fights.
She's like: ‘I’ll make you so small! You walk on the lawn, you’ll feel like you’re in the jungle.’
Humankind evolves — some of them.
And the knowledge that they had does not get lost.
'You were ready to teach, to show more. He was not ready to take it. Too afraid. Too many new influences, too many new experiences. It’s all too much for some people.'
'Boundary' would be the wrong word. A boundary would mean you don’t respect each other, you limit each other.
'Nothing is ever lost. No one ever goes to a place that they don’t anticipate or want. There is always some sort of plan.'
'To find your path you need to listen to what’s inside of you. You need to watch for signs. You’ll be shown signs around you... '
'The male family members are a bit scared of you because you would do things that they can’t even think about. They made up a wrong picture. It’s their fantasies, their imagination.'
"You have tools to detect these things on land. You don’t quite have the instruments to detect it in water... A lot of scientists — working above the water, of course — think that as soon as it’s below the surface it’s dealt with."
'We want you to enter a room and fill it with your presence.
You’ve got lots of good energy around you.'
"Water is finite. If you don’t learn how to handle things, including which things you should support and which things you should abandon, it’s gonna be finite."
Kendall asks: "Are we alone on our path of life or does it just feel this way because we have disconnected?"
'So if she still has the chance to sit and just be the spitting image of the guilt, every time they look at her, she won’t go any step ahead. Be stuck there forever. Everybody else will be stuck there, too.'
"You always had this — how should I put it it? — tendency to love nature. Some people like, hmm, big, fast cars… Big buffets where everything’s for free. You do like to look at these things. You try it sometimes. But you get bored quickly."