"Its not thinking, it's experiencing the thought"
– Jane Parsons-Fein

 “This above all: to thine own self be true.”
– William Shakespeare

“Discover their patterns of happiness.”
–  Milton H. Erickson, MD

“Trust your unconscious; it knows more than you do.”
– Milton H. Erickson, MD

“I believe the greatest gift I can conceive of having from anyone is to be seen, heard, understood, and touched by them. The greatest gift I can give is to see, hear, understand, and touch another person.”
– Virginia Satir

“Life is movement; movement is process. Improve the quality of the movement and you improve life itself.”
– Moshe Feldenkrais

“Just because you can’t walk, it does not mean you can’t use your arms and play the violin. You know, we have to – as I always say – separate our abilities from our disabilities.”
– Itzhak Perlman

"Make the hidden obvious, the abstract concrete, the implicit explicit and the covert overt."
– Virginia Satir

"I believe in man’s unconscious, the deep spring from which comes his power to communicate and love. For me, all art is a combination of these powers; art is nothing to me if it does not make contact between the creator and their perceiver on an unconscious level. Let us say that love is the way we have of communication, personally in the deepest way. What art can do is to extend this communication, magnify it, and carry it to vastly greater numbers of people. In this it needs a warm core, a hidden element… I believe in art for the warmth and love it carries within it.”
– Leonard Bernstein

 “In each of us lies sleeping beauty, wasted potential, dying dreams. We sleep and live in dormant twilight, never knowing what it means to live, to love the bits of heaven that we can unearth deep in our hearts; not recognizing that our salvation is ever-present in those parts that we have disowned, denied, forgotten. The thorns of fear thwart faint attempt. The prince is courage, the kiss believing and then with these our life begins.”
– Kay Thompson’s Student

"The dreamer is the true realist."
-Kay Thompson, DDS


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