You never identify yourself with the shadows cast by your body, or with its reflection, or with the body you see in a dream or in your imagination. Therefore you should not identify yourself with this living body either.— Adi Shankara
Delighting Identify Yourself quotations
Man up and settle down. The sooner a man can gain control, identify his wife, and be faithful to her, the more successful, and happy you will be in life. Being with one woman in a faithful relationship will cause you to be the happiest version of yourself.
Play your part in the comedy, but don't identify yourself with your role!
Create your own visual style... let it be unique for yourself and yet identifiable for others.
Committing yourself is a way of finding out who you are. A man finds his identity by identifying.
To identify yourself with your personality is more or less a reflex.
You must see, when the reflex comes up, that it is a kind of feeling of insecurity; you are looking for a hold.
Nothing perceivable is real.Your attachment is your bondage. You cannot control the future.There is no such thing as free will. Will is bondage.You identify yourself with your desires and become their slave.
Once you realize that you have identified a passion, invest in yourself.
Figure out what you need to know, what kind of experience and expertise you need to develop to do the things that you feel in your heart you will enjoy and that will sustain you both mentally and economically.
Resistance in my experience always kicks in when you're trying to move from a lower level to a higher level or to identify with a braver part of yourself or your higher nature. So it's that negative repelling force. It's kind of the dragon that we have to slay every day if we're artists or entrepreneurs.
The all-embracing vast being which is there behind the play of the universe and with which you will have to identify yourself - for this is your true self.
Watch yourself as you go about your daily business and later reflect on what you saw, trying to identify the sources of distress in your life and thinking about how to avoid that distress.
There is something inherently valuable about being a misfit.
It's not to say that every person who has artistic talent was a social outcast, but there is definitely a value for identifying yourself differently and being proud that you are different.
Take back your light. Know that when you're in awe of someone else's greatness, you're really seeing yourself. Identify what you most admire or love about others and see how you can nourish those qualities and bring them out in yourself. Instead of fixating on someone else's brilliance, find ways to develop and demonstrate your own.
Learn to think for yourself, unless of course you can identify someone else with better judgement, and a flashlight.
This is an essential experience of any mystical realization.
You die to your flesh and are born into your spirit. You identify yourself with the consciousness and life of which your body is but the vehicle. You die to the vehicle and become identified in your consciousness with that of which the vehicle is but the carrier. That is the God.
Work to connect yourself to the allness of life -- instead of identifying with the smallness of it -- and you'll awaken to a greatness already living within you that is no more bothered by the little things in life than a mountain is made miserable by the rain that falls upon it.
You will identify yourself either as a body or perfect spirit, as either divided or whole, depending upon how you see others. And, once you understand that, you will be careful about how you think about other people.
Focus on identifying your target audience, communicating an authentic message that they want and need and project yourself as an "expert" within your niche.
Each day, focus your attention on what you want.
Each day, take one step that will bring you closer to it. ALL THINGS ARE POSSIBLE! The key is to identify it, claim it for yourself, and believe that you are worthy to have it.
Unless, of course, you insist on identifying yourself with the people and things you love; and thereby seriously disturb yourself.
It's really something for people who are approaching 30 to take a look at what that means to them. I think turning 30 is a chance to re-identify with yourself.
Conscious attention is a designed function of the brain which scans the environment for any trouble making changes. If you identify yourself with your trouble shooter, then naturally you define yourself as being in a perpetual state of anxiety.
You contain within yourself a unique combination of talents and abilities which, properly identified and applied, will enable you to achieve virtually any goal you can set for yourself.
Discipline yourself to start each day identifying something to be grateful about. The world opens to those who approach it with a grateful heart.
In writing a novel, the writer must be able to identify emotionally and intellectually with two or three or four contradicting perspectives and give each of them very a convincing voice. It's like playing tennis with yourself and you have to be on both sides of the yard. You have to be on both sides, or all sides if there are more than two sides.
When you identify yourself with a group of people or a set of ideas, aren't you separating yourself?
Diligently practice identifying yourself as a limitless expression of an unliminted Universe.
Committing yourself is a way of finding out who you are.
A man finds his identity by identifying. A man's identity is not best thought of as the way in which he is separated from his fellows but the way in which he is united with them.
Life is simple. Life is not complicated. Life is only one thing: Identify yourself.
If you identify yourself as a great football player, anytime anyone challenges that, you're going to have some kind of problem.
Identify your painful thought, question it, and wake yourself up. No one else can.
Are you hero enough to unite yourself to one whom you know to be suspected and despised by all around you, and identify your interests and your honor with hers?
I think the idea that you're somehow rejecting whiteness if you don't identify yourself as biracial is odd because everybody engages in whiteness. If you live in America, you're doing whiteness all the time, even if you have no white people in your family.
Your body and your mind can be receptacles to perceive the whole cosmos - if only you do not identify yourself with them.
Spiritually, we're all on a path. I haven't declared of defined myself because as soon as you declare yourself you're identifying with a certain dogma.