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[Quote No.644] Need Area: Mind > Focus
"...an intense love of work [effort] usually gives birth to genius. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.647] Need Area: Mind > Focus
"The majority work [give effort] to make a living; some work [give effort] to acquire wealth or fame, while a few work [give effort] because there is something within them which demands expression. The majority dislike work [effort]. Only a few truly love it. Nearly everybody wearies of work [effort] and there is only a limited number that gain strength from work [effort]. The average person works [gives effort] because he has to, so that it is the exceptional one who works [gives effort] because he wants to. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.648] Need Area: Mind > Focus
"We do not understand the true nature of work [effort], and therefore dislike it. When we learn to understand work [effort], we shall go to work [effort] with just as much delight as we go to our pleasure. And when we consider the real purpose of work [effort] and discover the work [effort] that builds the man, we will consider it a far greater privilege to work [give effort] for everything we need or desire, than to go to a free mine and take all the gold we can carry away. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.652] Need Area: Mind > Focus
"The feeling that work [effort] is a punishment, or something to be avoided or dispensed with as soon as possible, is a feeling entirely too prevalent, and has been a menace to mankind for ages. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.653] Need Area: Mind > Focus
"...in the highest sense, work [effort] is meant to be the servant of man, not the master. It is not so important what shape or form our work [effort] may take; what is vitally important is our attitude toward that work [effort]. With love and enthusiasm directed towards our work [effort], what was once a chore and hardship now becomes a magical tool to develop, enrich and nourish our lives. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.658] Need Area: Mind > Focus
"If we do the work [effort] creatively, lovingly, enthusiastically, the possibilities of expansion of mind and soul are limitless. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.660] Need Area: Mind > Focus
"Every action that produces things through the work [effort] of man, at the same time produces something of worth in the man himself. The action that builds a house or a machine, can at the same time build up the mind, the character and the personality of the builder. The power that paints a picture, writes a book or composes an opera, can at the same time add worth, quality and ability to that mind through which the work [effort] is being done. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.645] Need Area: Mind > Evolve
"Work [give efforts] for a great idea, and you arouse great ideas in your own mind. Great ideas produce great thoughts, and great thoughts produce great men. A man is exactly what he thinks himself to be. Therefore the man who thinks great thoughts must necessarily become a great man, and the simplest way for anyone to form the habit of thinking great thoughts is to work [give effort] for great ideas. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.646] Need Area: Mind > Evolve
"…when you are inspired by some great purpose, some extraordinary project, all your thoughts break their bonds: your mind transcends limitations, your consciousness expands in every direction, and you find yourself in a new, great and wonderful world. Dormant forces, faculties and talents become alive, and you discover yourself to be a greater person by far than you ever dreamed yourself to be. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.655] Need Area: Mind > Evolve
"...we should look forward, with eager anticipation, to a time when we shall have a greater capacity for work[effort], when our powers have been developed to a much greater degree, when our understanding has broadened and our perception of the nobility of creative work[effort] has sharpened. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.656] Need Area: Mind > Evolve
"Man should, and can, produce riches in his own consciousness at the same time he is producing riches in the outer world. The more he does outwardly with his talent and power, the more he will grow inwardly in talent and power. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.3636] Need Area: Mind > Progress
"The fulfilment of one ideal opens to the mind an inspiring vision of a much higher ideal. That is real life; that is the way of progress; that is the true destiny of the world. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.642] Need Area: Work > Service
"The original purity and simplicity of Yoga involved deeds and action... By doing good deeds, by helping others, spiritually and physically, they knew they were creating good Karma. Karma means the iron law of cause and effect. Whatever we do in the present will affect irrevocably our future. Our present deeds determine our future, and this is Karma Yoga, Union through Creative Work. It is a philosophy, which acquires meaning only insomuch as it is lived – as a complete program of creative living, for a fuller and more meaningful life. It is also the meaning of man’s existence on this planet; for he was meant to continue the work of Creation, as co-creator with God. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.654] Need Area: Work > Service
"‘Work makes the man’ is an old proverb with much more truth in it than appears on the surface. Work can indeed make the man, if man will use his God-given powers of reason to transform work into the sacred partnership with the Creator it was originally meant to be. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.3633] Need Area: Work > Service
"...great achievements do not come through a mind that has no higher goal than the working out of a mere personal aim. The proper course is to work for a great idea. The man who works for a great idea even to the extent of forgetting personal gain is doing more to promote personal gain, in the long run, than he could possibly do in any other manner. On the other hand, the man who works for a great idea solely because he knows he will secure a great personal gain thereby is not always working exclusively for his own gain. His own gain might be his original purpose, but before he goes very far he will find himself promoting a great purpose in the world. It is a happy fact that greatness of purpose is contagious, and it is impossible to be exposed for long to noble aims without being influenced for the better. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.3635] Need Area: Work > Service
"According to Karma Yoga, the basis of all true success and legitimate gain may be expressed in one word: service. To prepare and train yourself. therefore for service in some worthwhile field or endeavor, is the first step. And all along the line of achievement and advancement, no matter how far or how high you go, the ideal of exceptional service should be a constant goal in view. Having selected your field of action, and having selected the idea of service as the ruling ideal of the mind – the high vision that is to lead the way – the next step is to develop yourself for the work you have selected, and apply yourself, to the utmost degree, in that particular field. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.3639] Need Area: Work > Leadership
"The mental attitude, regardless of conditions or circumstances, should be friendly, expectant, positive and ascending. The mind should be prompted, repeatedly, to look upon all work as the means to greater work, further advancement, and higher development. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.643] Need Area: Work > General
"Work is something to be greatly desired, something to be praised and lauded by us all – our life-long friend, the giver of all gifts, the creator of everything we shall ever need or desire. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.649] Need Area: Work > General
"...in simple terms, we may state that work is the chief channel of expression for mind and soul; and therefore is not only the natural mode of individual and social development, but by far the best. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.650] Need Area: Work > General
"...the chief purpose of work is not to produce things but to build man. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
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[Quote No.657] Need Area: Work > General
"...we have every advantage to gain by conceiving of work as a means for the building of man, as a channel for the expression of mind and soul. To work, guided by the principles of Karma Yoga, is to build and develop the man, both in mind and personality, and at the same time produce greater and greater results for the individual, in the outer world. Partaking of a larger consciousness, the worker becomes more successful in the world of achievement, and through that achievement develops his own latent greatness. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.661] Need Area: Work > General
"In fact every action applied in useful work of any kind can increase the power and the ability of the worker. Again, the secret lies in attitude, for the channel of enrichment and growth opens only when the worker opens his mind to joy, enthusiasm and creative optimism. Of course, this new approach cannot be mastered overnight, particularly if one has always looked upon work as nothing but boresome drudgery. But if even small efforts are made every day, eventually it will become easier and easier, and just as muscles that are sore at the beginning of a new exercise grow stronger and more powerful with time, so the new attitude toward work cannot help but develop eventually into a permanently healthy outlook. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.3634] Need Area: Work > General
"We should think of work, not as a hardship, but as a privilege; not as something to be avoided, but as something to be eagerly sought; not something to be reduced to a minimum, but something that should occupy the major portion of our time and thought. We should think of work as a great blessing, the greatest friend of mankind, and the royal path of the goal we have in view. When we learn to think of work in this way, and as this new concept develops, we shall find that the very thought of work will give a thrill of joy – for the day’s work will mean increase, advancement, development. We will also realize more keenly than ever before, that work is the secret of accomplishment – and accomplishment is the real secret of happiness. It has been proven time and again, though the lesson has yet to be learned by everyone, that wealth, fame and position, in themselves, do not bring happiness, nor can they make life worthwhile. But accomplishment always brings happiness. Man’s role on this planet is to continue the work of the creator; therefore, to play a part in that great work of accomplishment always brings the highest kind of happiness and fulfilment – a special kind of satisfaction that uplifts the mind and delights the soul. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.3637] Need Area: Work > General
"According to Karma Yoga, we are here to be useful, to help make the world better, to add to the sum total of the good, the worthy, the beautiful. And to this end, each individual must apply his energy, and talent where he can. He must accomplish his work – his own work – and for that work, live the full measure of his life. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
Professor of Philosophy and Experimental Psychology at the University of Cluj, in 'Creative Work - Karma Yoga' describing the concept of Karma Yoga: Union Through Work; one of The Sixteen Yoga Sutras of Patanjali [c200 B.C. - c110 B.C.] who founded Yoga in ancient India
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[Quote No.3638] Need Area: Work > General
"Happy is the man who has found his task; he should not ask for any other blessing. " - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
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[Quote No.25805] Need Area: Fun > Satisfaction
"...work is the secret of accomplishment – and accomplishment is the real secret of happiness. It has been proven time and again, though the lesson has yet to be learned by everyone, that wealth, fame and position, in themselves, do not bring happiness, nor can they make life worthwhile. But accomplishment always brings happiness. Man’s role on this planet is to continue the work of the creator; therefore, to play a part in that great work of accomplishment always brings the highest kind of happiness and fulfilment – a special kind of satisfaction that uplifts the mind and delights the soul." - Edmund Bordeaux Szekely
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