Who Are You?
The way that you express your life is based upon the beliefs that you have of yourself. These beliefs have become part of your personal expression due to years of reinforcement from your family, social group and your own self talk.
Most of the things that you believe of yourself are not really true though. Or more correctly, they are not who you are. They are just things you have that take up time, space and energy in your life and consciousness. You are so much more.
Here is an example. What do you do for a living? How do you broadcast to the world what you do for a living?
How do you tell the world how you feel? What health issues do you have?
What other aspects of yourself do you use to identify yourself?
If you answer questions about yourself starting with “I am” then you are limiting your beliefs about yourself and limiting your ability to recreate your life. It is better to say “I drive trucks” than to say “I am a truckdriver”. When you change careers, it is much easier for your mind to accept the change if your identity is not tangled up in the job.
Same goes for people who are dealing with any afflictions. If you identify yourself with the affliction, it is much more difficult to eradicate it from your life. And if you are a “victim” or “survivor” of the affliction, this is even worse because you have an emotional attachment to the affliction.
You are not:
- Your body
- Your mind
- Your feelings or emotions
- Your job
- Your heritage or ethnicity
- Anything else that is part of your outer experience.
You are and only ever, the infinite manifestation “I am”.