5 QUOTES ON QUANTUM CHANGE

Five Quotes relating to how you feel after a Quantum Change occurs in your life

WHEN OUR WORLD VIEW SHIFTS

The last couple of weeks I've been writing about Quantum Change and what happens to our values after we experience a Quantum Moment. These five quotes all spoke to me about the shift in attitude that occurs once our values move from being focused on other people, to being focused on our own growth and self worth. 


I particularly liked Number #5 because it is a Paradox - but in a good way - when you worldview shifts on its axis and you start realizing you deserve so much more.

#1 STOP APOLOGIZING

#1 Stop Apologizing - Five Quotes relating to how you feel after a Quantum Change


#2 FIND BALANCE

#2 Find Balance - Five Quotes relating to how you feel after a Quantum Change


#3 CHOOSE YOURSELF

#3 Choose Yourself - Five Quotes relating to how you feel after a Quantum Change


#4 YOU DESERVE MORE

#4 You Deserve More - Five Quotes relating to how you feel after a Quantum Change


#5 STOP THE PARADOX

#5 Stop the Paradox - Five Quotes relating to how you feel after a Quantum Change

Five Quotes relating to how you feel after a Quantum Change occurs in your life

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15 comments

  1. Love all the five quotes Leanne. As you know I am constantly trying to find Balance in my life. I also need to work on apologizing I think that is a product of our generation but we need to realise we can be who we are without apology. A lovely way to end the week with these five quotes. I particularly like #5 sometimes I feel I'm a paradox and was nodding as I read it! Have a great weekend.
    Sue from Sizzling Toward 60 & Beyond

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    1. Number #5 really spoke to me too Sue - I think we get caught in the midst of change - wanting it, and yet scared for what it might bring with it. Courage is what's required my friend - and we're working on it!

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  2. Five excellent points, Leanne. I also felt convicted by #5. The trouble is, I am drawn to people with negative life-views feeling I need to help them. And of course, that normally doesn't work. I must pay attention to this. Causes and statistics in the fight against cancer

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    1. Sometimes we think we have the solution for the problems of others Shirley, what I'm finding is that there are people who actually like wallowing in problems of their own making - I'm learning to leave them to it rather than run myself dry trying to fight a losing battle.

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  3. All great points. I think if we do number three then by choosing ourselves it might make the others easier. Especially number five.

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    1. Choosing yourself over everything else is quite an undertaking when you've always put others first isn't it Jennifer? Finding the balance between saying "what about me?" and not pushing everyone away is the paradox.

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    1. It's nice to think that wisdom finally arrives somewhere around 50 Michele - just a few things are disappearing into the sunset!

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  5. Leanne, these are golden. Thank you so much for sharing them.

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    1. Thanks Lee - they all spoke to my heart about stuff I've been going through recently - I'm glad you liked them too.

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  6. Simply amazing quotes! Really a great start to get in the right mindset for the weekend!!

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    1. They're kind of affirming and kind of a kick up the butt - I need both most of the time and I'm glad you could relate to them too x

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  7. Superb! Every one of these points is bang on - but why wait until we are at a particular age or stage in life? I get that it is when we mature, but why can't these be taught at school?

    Also love the Five Things Friday :)

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    1. I think the next generation picked up on them a lot sooner than we did AJ - it took way too long in my opinion for me to find some of these truths - but it's never too late is it? And I'm so glad you like my Friday posts :)

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  8. Thanks for posting wise quotations. There is a bit of wisdom to ponder in each quote.

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