For me it was not being white enough, not having straight eyes enough, not being extrovert enough. Ultimately this is about what we ourselves believe to be true about ourselves. We create a mental self-image that we feel we have no choice other than to stick to. And we hide our true feelings and what we perceive as weaknesses rather than just simply the vulnerability that comes from being a human being. We try to cover up the feelings of not enough, when really what we should have said is you belong and you are loved.
As we grow older, the layers just keep being put on and on, until at some point we ask ourselves, who am I truly underneath all of these layers?
We end up feeling lost, disconnected from passion and a sense of purpose because in many ways we have lost ourselves. We run on automatic pilot, ticking all the boxes that we feel we must tick somehow.
Ultimately, I believe our purpose in life is to become ourselves again as that is when we will shine brightest. The process of finding out who you truly are at your core can be a slow peeling back of the layers, again and again, seeing underneath and discovering what is truly yours. This is a process of discovery that requires you to bring in an open heart and mind.
It asks curiosity to see what is truly there, compassion to be gentle with yourself and courage to unfold each layer. Yet with each unfolding and each discovery comes a greater sense of who you are, what you are here to do and how you truly want to live your life. And with that, comes a greater sense of happiness and meaningfulness. Take this journey my dear one, it is one of the most important ones you will make.
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I noticed that Bill understood many of the things I was speaking about but had a hard time incorporating them into his world. The work we had been doing had brought his fear and guilt to the surface to be healed. Bill explained that he was a Catholic priest. I knew you had your own history of attending seminary school.
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After one year of seminary teachings, I knew that the God of the Bible was not the God I kept in my heart—the Oneness of unlimited love, compassion, and acceptance. I told Bill that all of us bring a history of prior lives and experiences, and no matter what we learn in this life, if it does not apply to our prior knowledge, it will not work for us now. Bill felt that the dogma of the church went against everything that Christ stood for in his heart.
If you resonate, then maybe you find yourself tired and frustrated at putting so much effort in, and wondering how you can be with the partner who can accompany you on this journey, through life and your desires. You are not alone.
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One of words she said that really change my way of thinking about life - "things can be good but I am always looking for a ways to make it better".
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