These five words along with the revelation of having Spirit Guides changed my life. It completely changed my perception of life, of the world, the Universe. It was such a simple sentence and yet had such a strong impact on how I perceived myself and the way I wanted to lead my life. At the time I was told this, I had no idea who I “truly” was. And yet, those words hit home. It was the truth. But how do I find out who I truly am and how can I be that?
It was the year 2005 and I had called a psychic/medium/healer/energy worker. It happened more out of curiosity than a pressing need (I’d heard miraculous things about his work). At least that was my understanding of the situation back then. From my current perspective I would say the whole incident was well orchestrated by the same Guides who revealed themselves to me – via the psychic – in that very same session. The psychic told me there wasn’t much he could assist with but for one important message from my Spirit Guides: Be Who You Truly are!
Don’t get me wrong, this isn’t about “walk the walk and talk the talk”. The message I received in 2005 was to recognize that there’s a lot more to this Universe than just the physical manifestation and effects we perceive. There is a lot more to me than what I was aware of at that time. I needed to discover who I am and the potentials I have.
Recently I had a meditation during which I was shown a floating iceberg. The iceberg represented me. The part under water was huge compared to the small portion above. This is not an uncommon analogy.
Psychologists like to use this iceberg analogy: What is above water is conscious, our conscious awareness. The part touching the water, sometimes in, sometimes peeking out of the water is the subconscious. The biggest part (90-95%) of the iceberg which is below the surface represents our unconscious.
However, in my case the iceberg above water represented what I (and others) perceive of myself in my mortal daily life. The portion under water represented my mind. It showed me the potentials and possibilities I have access to.
Being who you truly are isn’t a destination, a static state you can achieve. The longer I’ve been on this journey, I find the “being” morphing into “becoming” who I truly am. The further I come along, the more possibilities open up.
Although it sounds so easy, I wouldn’t say being / becoming who you truly are is a simple task. In fact, connecting to and trusting my Guidance has been instrumental in achieving who I am at this point .Find more about connecting to Guides here.
Do you know who YOU truly are…..becoming?