Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Making Friends with Ourselves as We Already Are - Psychology Today


We are one in a multitude of fragments. When we recognize the diversity within ourselves, we become fascinated with who we are. Friendship is about unconditional love, compassion, integrity, honesty...everything we want, we already are.

An incredible woman I know and love, Paula Klee Parish, wrote a wonderful little book called "The Journey to Be Your Own Best Friend."

Her overall message says, "Listen and feel the power within. It is your guide to higher ground. Your dearest friend."

This article I found also touches on some thoughtful points:

Making Friends with Ourselves as We Already Are - Psychology Today (blog) via meditation - Google News on 10/4/09


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Making Friends with Ourselves as We Already Are
Psychology Today (blog)
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