Journeys, Personal Development, Personal Growth, PSYCH-K, Self-Limiting Beliefs, Shamanism

Connect with the Self you do not know

  
One of the joys in our journey through life is connecting with our authentic Self, which can sometimes can be hidden behind societal and cultural conformity, expectations or duty.

But what if you could get to know that person…  the person who came into this world with a Sacred Contract to be_____________.  

If you gave your Self permission to be YOU right now, how might you fill in that blank? What might you do differently today? Tomorrow? The rest of your life?

If you feel resistance in contemplating this, consider working with me or another practioner — in a shamanic journey or a PSYCH-K balancing session to see what underlying self-limiting belief is in the driver’s seat (and then replace it with something empowering!).

“In each of us there is another whom we do not know.”
~ Carl Jung

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4 thoughts on “Connect with the Self you do not know”

  1. Very true. I agree with the idea that your true ‘SELF’ maybe hidden behind societal and cultural conformity, expectations or duty.. Breaking out of your ‘normal life’ to look for your ‘SELF’ is something very difficult, it seems all too easy to come to the conclusion that this is a waste of time, there is lots of doubt and anxiety … and in the end you come back to your ‘responsible’ self.

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    1. Thank you for your comment:) Sadly, for many of us on this planet, the idea of being in alignment with one’s Self may be both frightening and life threatening: I look at brave young women like Malala Yousafzai, and the risks she took speaking out for young women in her country.

      That being said, for those of us who can embark on the self-discovery journey, hopefully each time we take a new step along that path, we can also learn to feel secure there and recognize the value of that step, that shift… Our Self.

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