Who Are You Truly?

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Your very deepest identity is a ferocious force of love, yet many of us have absolutely no idea how to access this force.

We mask it and cover it with layer upon layer of pain, doubt, self criticism and negativity.

Ultimately, exposing your love force requires you to look within, to specifically acknowledge those pieces that we would view as the ‘Shadow’ aspects of ourselves.

The emotional pain and the doubts that have us reacting in a less than loving way toward not only others, but toward ourselves. The negative self talk, the criticisms, the comparisons and the belief that we are less than… yes, these are what we would consider to be the negative components of our selves, but in truth, they are our reaction to a deeper fear and used as a cloak of invisibility that allows us to turn a blind eye to our truth.

How do you remove the layers? Will you? How do you scrape away the grit and grime to uncover the treasure within?

The choice is yours….. Delve and dive deep to discover the riches, or remain as you are. Either way, it will be less than easy, but the outcomes? They will be worlds apart.

Every journey is different, what makes sense to me may be nonsensical to you. What provides clarity for you, may result in confusion for me. We each need to find the key that fits our individual ‘shadow lock,’ and use that to access our deepest, deepest self.

My personal key has and still does, included regular kinesiology, chakra meditation, and studying with the School of Modern Mystics. I am by no means at my destination, but I am well on my way to discovering my deepest identity.

Will you join me on a journey to self discovery?

 

 

 

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