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Who am I?

The most powerful question you can ask yourself as you awaken into your nature is

“who am I”

From all the questions asked, this is the most potent, the most beckoning, the most disturbing, even.

We all have labels that we ascribe to: mother, daughter, sister, lover, friend, co-worker. But does that really define us, me, you?

It is comforting to have an envelope of identity around us, one that cocoons us in its warmth and familiarity. But, what if, we are more than that? More than our labels, our designations, our jobs, our roles?

What if, we are all and nothing, at the same time?

We take on different guises, just as a player would and as Mr Shakespeare so famously wrote:

All the world’s a stage,

And all the men and women merely players;

They have their exits and their entrances;

And one man in his time plays many parts,

What if our lives were nothing but merely plays in which we play several roles, sometimes many at the same time?

Then, what or who is this me? This being that inhabits my body?

Am I the body? Yes, for this is my home, where I live.

Am I my thoughts? Yes, for this creates my world.

Am I my emotions? Yes, for they guide me as I experience this life.

Am I that which I cannot name, but know exists? Yes, for that makes me stop and smell the rose and feel happy. That something makes me sit below the starry sky on a summer’s night. That something, makes me reach out and hug a friend who sits next to me bathed in tears.

Can I put a name to me? Can I identify with many roles and none at the same time?

Am I of the spirit? Of this universe? Of God? Of love?

Yes, yes, yes!

Imagine the possibilities when you open up to simply the idea of your vastness, of your diversity, of your infinite existence.

In this body, I remain for one lifetime. In this spirit, I remain for many.

There is a certain amount of peace in that thought.

Bathe in this peace.

Love and light,


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