24 Splendid Betty J. Eadie Quotes

Betty Eadie is famously known for sharing her near death experience. Reaching the top spot on the New York Times bestselling list, here are some of the best documented Betty Eadie quotes from her journey.

“A great Awakening has begun. People around the world are opening their eyes to their own spiritual natures. They are beginning to see who they truly are and what they have always been-beings with an eternal past and a glorious future.”

“Above all, I was shown that love is supreme. I saw that truly without love we are nothing. We are here to help each other, to care for each other, to understand, forgive, and serve one another. We are here to have love for every person born on earth.”

“All religions upon the earth are necessary because there are people who need what they teach. … Each church fulfills spiritual needs that perhaps others cannot fill. No one church can fulfill everybody’s needs at every level.”

“An important purpose for mortality is to help us learn to recognize and to choose the positive even though the negative more fully surrounds us. We make this choice consciously or unconsciously in every moment of the day, and these millions of tiny choices create the foundation of our identity. We are what we think. We are what we say, what we do, what we fill our lives with. Ultimately, every being creates himself by these countless, crucial choices.”

“Each of us has been given the ability to reach God with our prayers. … Whatever form it takes, each prayer is an invitation for God to bring his power into another life. God wants to help us, but he waits for us to seek his help.”

“Faith is not complacent; faith is action. You don’t have faith and wait. When you have faith, you move.”

“For all of us who listen, in the stillness of our hearts, God enlightens us and offers to lead the way.”

“God is not about religion. Religion is a structure that should house our faith in God. Too often it is used to hurt other people in God’s name.”

“God’s love is just like the sun, constant and shining for us all. And just as the earth rotates around the sun, it is the natural order for us to move away for a season, and then to return closer, but always within the appropriate time.”

“I understood that life is lived most fully in the imagination – that, ironically, imagination is the key to reality.”

“I was also told that there is no greater prayer than that of a mother for her children. These are the purest prayers because of their intense desire and, at times, sense of desperation. A mother has the ability to give her heart to her children and to implore mightily before God for them.”

“If we understood the awesome power of our words, we would prefer silence to almost anything negative.”

“If we understood the power of our thoughts, we would guard them more closely. If we understood the awesome power of our words, we would prefer silence to almost anything negative. In our thoughts and words we create our own weaknesses and our own strengths. Our limitations and joys begin in our hearts. We can always replace negative with positive.”

“If you could see yourself before you were born, you would be amazed at your intelligence and glory. Birth is a sleep and a forgetting.”

“In our thoughts and words we create our own weaknesses and our own strengths.”

“It often seems easier not to move on; even the muck and mire in which we’re stuck seems less fearful and less challenging than the unknown path ahead. Some people use faith as a reason to remain stuck. They often say, “I have faith, so I’m waiting.” But faith is not complacent; faith is action. You don’t have faith and wait. When you have faith, you move. Complacency actually shows lack of faith. When it’s time to move in a new direction in order to progress, the right people will come to us.”

“Life does not end when we die. Death is a rebirth into a spirit world of light and love, a transition from the physical to the spiritual that is no more frightening or painful than passing between rooms through an open doorway. It is a joyful homecoming to our natural home.”

“Our limitations and joys begin in our hearts. We can always replace negative with positive.”

“Our spirit knows when we are on the right path. When we make a decision that we feel good about, we receive it as energy that propels us along a particular path…Our passion is the energy through which we serve our purpose. When we serve our purpose, we feel our passion. By following our passion, we will tap into the energy God gives us to serve our purpose.”

“Service is a balm to both the spirit and the body.”

“The more we thank God for the blessings we receive, the more we open the way for further blessings.”

“The more you notice the love, the miracles and the beauty around you, the more love comes into your life.”

“To become as perfect as a mortal being can become, we need to bring the mind, body, and spirit into total harmony…We must add to that harmony Christ like love and righteousness.”

“When I awaken in the morning, I am thankful for a new day. I am thankful for everything that I have materially. I am thankful for everything I have spiritually. I thank God for allowing me to experience these things, even the experiences that may not seem so positive, such as developing an illness. I may not understand why I have the illness, but I sense that it is there for a purpose, and so I thank God for it. I ask Him to allow me to expand beyond my narrow-mindedness and self-centeredness so that I can see the good that comes from everything.”

Betty Eadie is known for his experience with death which led to her first published book, ‘Embraced by the Light.’ She shares her experience and brief encounter with the Lord Jesus Christ. Here is one snippet from her documentary produced by Universal Studios below.

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