Remembering Who I Am

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I forget who I am all day long.

But there's a difference now.

Now I remember that I am forgetting

And I return to remembering —

All day long.

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3 Responses

  1. Tracy, Have you considered attending a core belief workshop with me? There’s a Core Belief & the Body 2 day intensive coming up the end of Feburary that I think very much addresses your questions. The weekend includes learning more about the Victim Triangle, Core Beliefs, Spiritual Principles, Body Awareness and The Daily Practice. It seems a perfect fit for you if there’s any way possible! 🙂
    Blessings, Lynne

  2. Tracy,
    I understand how shaky it can feel to let go of an identity. Even though it has been a limited, painful and false identity, it nonetheless defined us, and we have therefore been attached to it.

    As we let go of the old false self, it is of immense benefit to remember and connect with that eternal and authentic self, the “I” who observes without judgment and witnesses without attachment. It is for that purpose, to know true self, that we cultivate a daily practice.

    A daily practice is done with the intention of aligning our highest personal aspect with Source through studying spiritual principles, (I recommend any of these books/authors: The Kybalion, The Power of Constructive Thinking. by Emmett Fox, The Jesus Mood, by Murray, A Course in Miracles, One Thousand Names For Joy, by Byron Katie, or God is a Verb) ) meditating, doing yoga or qigong, etc.

    To put it simply, we develop a relationship with what is real in place of relying on the limiting beliefs that once defined us. We develop faith and reliance on eternal principles that define Reality.

    To further help you develop a Daily Practice and to learn more about the Observer Consciousness, I recommend you purchase the set of guided meditations I have recently made available online, “Journey Home.”
    As unsettling as this place of unknowing may feel, it is a valid place on the path towards deeper self-realization.

    Best blessings as you continue your journey.

  3. I am still in the process of discovering who i am not and who i really am for the moment feels elusive…I see how i react most of the time from my ego and how so many of my beliefs are tied around trying to protect and guard my ego.
    Letting go of some of the limiting beliefs has left a void and once again i find myself looking for something to fill up the space.
    I feel that the beliefs gave me a sense of control and explanation as to why things were…I find that when i try to go back and identify who i really i am i feel blank.

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