David Hawkins Quotes

Who was David Hawkins?

David Hawkins was an American professor whose interests included the philosophy of science, mathematics, economics, childhood science education, and ethics.

Born February 28, 1913
Died February 24, 2002
Aged 88 years old

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Best 10 Quotes by David Hawkins

“All things radiate forth an intense aliveness.”

“Beliefs are the determinants of what one experiences. There are no external causes.”

“Healing invokes the power of compassion, both for yourself and for others. At this point, the healed may become a healer.”

“The goal of society in general is to succeed in the world, whereas the goal of enlightenment is to transcend beyond it.”

“The intention manifests when the condition is appropriate.”

“The main obstacle to our development is our lack of knowledge about the nature of consciousness itself.”

“To become more conscious is the greatest gift anyone can give to the world; moreover, in a ripple effect, the gift comes back to its source.”

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“Victory over others brings us satisfaction, but victory over ourselves brings us joy.”

“We change the world not by what we say or do, but as a consequence of what we have become.”

“We have to cross the boundary between knowing and not knowing many times before we achieve understanding.”

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