23 Acknowledgement Quotes
Acknowledgement is similar to acceptance and it’s a hugely powerful concept for self improvement. If you don’t ‘see’ or acknowledge something – for good or bad – it’s almost as if it doesn’t exist to us. In our minds, that’s actually much more accurate than we’d like to admit! Did you know that there’s a dedicated area of the brain called the reticular activating system (RAS), which is designed to filter out brain ‘noise’ (too much information)? It’s a part of the human brain that helps us hone in on things that we want and ignore the rest. A good example of the RAS in action would be when you’ve started looking for a new car – and you begin to see that exact same model wherever you go! You never ‘saw’ those cars before… it’s like they started to appear! But of course, it was that now your brain is now tuned in and looking for them (at first I was blind, but now I see!) That’s your brain at work, working towards the things you want.
Acknowledging those things that are holding us back, is to see things more clearly and accept responsibility for the outcomes in our lives. Taking on responsibility is the BEST way to move forward on our journey through life; to truly acknowledge and adapt our behavior, on our road to success! I hope you enjoy these Acknowledgement Quotes and that they propel you forward to be true and honest with yourself today.
- Learning to acknowledge our negative emotions canbe quite a scary prospect.
Janine Fair, Growing into life
- Here I am Acknowledge me, I acknowledge you, I am you and you are me.
Natasha V Williams, Thoughts from the Mind
- There is a need to acknowledge your desire to have your communication taken seriously.
Jan Spiller, Karen McCoy, Spiritual Astrology
- I had a dream, I dreamt the word Acknowledge painted in the sky and heard a voice says “In all your ways acknowledge Him”.
Janice Smatt, In All Your Ways Acknowledge God
- Our faith is made effectual when we acknowledge everything good in us.
Joel Osteen, Become a Better You
- Insights are “aha” moments. And to ground those you must act on the insights immediately and acknowledge your willingness to do so.
Rhonda Britten, Change Your Life in 30 Days
- So, when you acknowledge your responsibility and, at the same time, you become aware of your hatred, then you have the possibility of choosing.
Magdalena Scopelitis, You Can Master Your Fear
- When you begin to name and or acknowledge, you are beginning to use your will and discipline to increase your level of awareness.
Robert Polsky, Stop Emotional Eating
- If anyone publicly acknowledges me as his friend, I will openly acknowledge him as my friend before my Father in heaven.
Matthew 10:32-33 TLB
- The preferred choice is to acknowledge the destructive influence of your “No Current.” It does not matter a great deal what the reasons for its existence are. What matters is that you acknowledge it exists.
Robert Rodgers PhD, Doctor Bob’s Two Step Program to Weight Loss:
- Take a moment and acknowledge your purpose to yourself. Perhaps it is not fully defined. Nevertheless, take a moment and acknowledge to yourself it is your purpose.
Christopher Alan Anderson, The Discovery That Brings You to What You Want!
- I acknowledge and give thanks to the Creator for this opportunity to create, to give, to share and to live in a healthy way.
Joy Hendry, Laara Fitznor, Anthropologists, Indigenous Scholars and the Research
- For instance, if you work out a problem, and the answer comes out right, you acknowledge a wisdom that existed before you knew it. So you may change, but you won’t admit that the something you speak of can change.
Phineas Parkhurst Quimby, The Complete Collected Works of Dr. Phineas Parkhurst Quimby
- Acknowledge what the other person says If what you hear are complaints, criticisms and negative interpretations of events, don’t interrupt, defend, agree or disagree. Just listen. Acknowledge what they’ve said and how they feel.
Gill Hasson, How to Deal With Difficult People
- Men will talk of their dependence, and acknowledge, in words, that their all is from God; but their conduct speaks a different language.
Jacob WOOD, Man’s Dependence and God’s Goodness. (1825)
- When you acknowledge something or someone, it is a high form of respect. The Scripture says that we are to acknowledge Him in all our ways.
Stanley R. Saunders, Developing a Spiritual Warfare
- It’s important for you to acknowledge your feelings. They are important because they are connected to your spirit.
Sharon Walsh Cook, Emotionally Abusive Husbands and Boyfriends
- For nature’s inner guidance system to function, you must acknowledge your feelings. Many people try to stop themselves from feeling their negative emotions.
Carol Scott, AARP Optimal Stress
- Reflection means thinking about how you feel, think, act, and learn. It’s about looking back and analyzing what you see. Reflection can help you acknowledge your thoughts and feelings.
Rachael Morlock, Acknowledging Your Thoughts and Feelings
- Fierce leaders express appreciation and gratitude up close and personal, in the moment.
Susan Scott, Fierce Leadership
- Acknowledge the truth alone and hold your peace. Only then can your life be a compelling testimony to the reality and miracle of Christ’s Love and Grace.
James A. Eldred, A Depth of Insigh
- Whether we are sitting or standing still or even lying down, when we stop, we train our bodies and minds to acknowledge the moment.
Rachel Neumann, Not Quite Nirvana
- Acknowledge your spouse in front of your family and in front of friends. These acknowledgments can be about things done well or aspects of your partner that you value. This will go a long way in building your relationship with one another.
Kathryn Kvols, Redirecting Children’s Behavior
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