Marilyn Ferguson - Quotes

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Ultimately we know deeply that the other side of every fear is freedom.

Ultimately we know deeply that the other side of every fear is freedom.

No one can persuade another to change. Each of us guards a gate of change that can only be opened from the inside. We cannot open the gate of another, either by argument or emotional appeal. ---->>>

Your past is not your potential. In any hour you can choose to liberate the future. ---->>>

The greatest revolution in our generation is that of human beings, who by changing the inner attitudes of their minds, can change the outer aspects of their lives. ---->>>

Real progress in understanding nature is rarely incremental. All important advances are sudden intuitions, new principles, new ways of seeing. ---->>>

Fear is a question: What are you afraid of, and why? Just as the seed of health is in illness, because illness contains information, your fears are a treasure house of self-knowledge if you explore them. ---->>>

The brain's calculations do not require our conscious effort, only our attention and our openness to let the information through. Although the brain absorbs universes of information, little is admitted into normal consciousness. ---->>>

Over the years your bodies become walking autobiographies, telling friends and strangers alike of the minor and major stresses of your lives. ---->>>

Biography

Nationality: American
Born: 04-05, 1938
Birthplace:
Die: 2008-10-19
Occupation: Writer
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Marilyn Ferguson (April 5, 1938 in Grand Junction, Colorado – October 19, 2008) was an American author, editor and public speaker, best known for her 1980 book The Aquarian Conspiracy and its affiliation with the New Age Movement in popular culture. A founding member of the Association of Humanistic Psychology, Ferguson published and edited the well-regarded science newsletter Brain/Mind Bulletin from 1975 to 1996 (wikipedia)