jueves, 28 de agosto de 2014

Who am I? Our identity should be seen as an ongoing process. Rather than a static snapshot, we should embrace a flowing sense of self, perpetually re-framing, re-organizing, re-thinking and re-considering ourselves. How different would life be if rather than asking who am I, ask who we would like to be. Rather than remaining stuck in fear, we need to summon up a sense of wonder and adventure. There is a new sense of self waiting to be born. We get to re-invent ourselves along the way. The key is to engage our sense of self as malleable, more like a willow tree than a sturdy oak. The willow is flexible and survives the storm as it bends with the wind, whereas the more rigid oak is more likely to crack. The universe exists in a state of flowing potential. And it is essential to understand that we are indeed part of that universe. The goal then is to access that potential, keeping the parts of our identity that continue to serve us well and shedding the old, habitual pieces that constrain us. This process is known as positive disintegration. This permits us to find a balance between the extremes and enter into a relationship with self that commits to our personal evolution.....



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