For a while now, I have made it into a habit to connect with my true self every morning. As I am always eager to learn more and expand my awareness, I had started a training that has given me some amazing and simple tools to do that. I would like to share one of those sessions with my True Self with you.
I open up an empty Word document and write down the question. A question that can be very simple like;
Q: “What would you like me to know today?”
A: “Love yourself unconditionally. With all of your enthusiasm and intensity that you are. When you do, the right people will cross your path and love those qualities. They will want to be a part of the project, of you! These people will find it inspirational the way you are and will look inside themselves for their own flame and will keep it burning”.
I looked at what TS is reminding me of. I use to step back, because maybe then they would love me. As a series of events in my past in which I showed my intensity, my independency, and free soul, my interest for adventure, and my incredible drive and enthusiasm about something was not supported or understood by those around me, I had created the belief that my beingness wasn’t welcome. It is where my Ego mind stepped in, with the intention to protect me from being hurt of course, but it couldn’t have been further from the truth, because by doing so, I lost the connection of self.
Whenever someone has led me down or pulled away or a project that I was sure meant to be for me was cancelled, it would say: “It’s your fault. You were too much. You screwed it up.”
It’s when we start to believe these thoughts thinking they are the truth it goes wrong. Seeing through the lens of Ego we will find more people who reject us and projects that were never meant to be. But when we connect to our TS daily, we have the ability to recognize when it’s happening. Then I thank the Ego for showing me what residue of my old self still is there. I can now look at the thought in my head and see what it really is; just a limiting belief. Passed on or taking over from others.
Then I say:
“This is not who I am
This is not even what they are.
It is just a limiting belief.
It allows me to be back on the wheel.
The more I spend time connecting to my true self, the more I seem to get the chance to step out of my hamster wheel and look at what is happening. And the more I do. The more I get to see,
What is really me.
May I invite you to pause for just a minute or 10? To invite stillness into your head and invite your true self in? I have created this song to help you find it. Click the video below and preferably listen with headphones on or earplugs in. Can’t wait to read in the comments what your TS was telling you today!
In love and truth, Eyra
“I AM” by Eyra Moon