Monthly Archives: November 2013

Who Am I? (Who Are You?)

By Paul A Philips

I’ve been told that one of the most googled questions in China is ‘Who am I?’ (‘Who are you?’) and no doubt, it is probably highly googled throughout the world. So here’s my take on answering this very pertinent question. Look at this article with the intention to see how you can apply it effectively in your life.

First, I’ll start by saying who you are NOT (not really).

Who you are not is your superficial ego self: the masks you wear

Who you are not (not really) is your position in society, occupation, the culture you belong to, beliefs, financial status, social status, matrimonial status, sexuality, the clothes you wear or the way you talk… Take away all this and you still have you!

-All these things of course have value but they are just superficial identities (like masks) and putting too much value on any of them may cause high anxiety, pain and trauma or even death if their existence is threatened or lost: Any great attachments to these causes one to falsely identify (misidentify) oneself with who they really are: if you get the idea that this is who you really are then you’ll never know your true self, its dynamic nature, and how you can have real cause and effect over your life.

Who you are is not a human having a conscious experience. It’s the opposite: You are consciousness having a human experience.

Therefore who you really are is an eternal consciousness, infinite possibility… so what do you chose? Freedom or victimhood; Truthfulness or lies; Love or fear..?

It’s up to you.

Who you really are is your commitments in life. What are you really committed to?

Who you really are is what you stand in action for. What do you stand for?

Who you really are is a creative being…

-When you fully become the above you are invisible. Who you really are is invisible.

The true self and the egg analogy

Who you really are is an egg. In this analogy the yolk is your physical body. The egg white is your dynamic aura; the informational energy field related to your thoughts, feelings, and emotions and whether or not you’re in a state of balance or imbalance… The egg shell is your hyper dimensional (multidimensional) connectivity opening to God, Goddess all there is… This is who you are as a cause-and-effect.

-This is who you really are.

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Self Help Tips That Could Help You Get Out Of Your Rut

By Vincent Mbatha

Since stress is a reality today, many people are turning to personal development as a way to increase happiness and fulfill personal goals. Personal development should help a person understand who they are and how to become a better person. This article contains tips for your personal development.

If you are not satisfied with your job, consider going to a career counselor. Finding the right job can be very hard because you cannot know in advance what a job is going to be like. A career counselor will help you find what kind of occupations are right for you, and direct you towards certain jobs.

Being aware of your weaknesses will allow you to keep them in check. Personal development cannot go anywhere if weakness rules your life. If you are constantly making excuses for yourself, always procrastinating or otherwise finding ways to fail you need to conduct a thorough personal assessment and inventory the weaknesses and vulnerabilities that are holding you back and inhibiting your personal development, now!

Determine things currently in your life that keep you from your life goal. These things should be eliminated or limited to allow personal development for a better you, while avoiding those things that bring you down in life. When it comes to reaching your life goal, there is no room for distraction.

Figure out what is important to you. It is too easy to be swayed into thinking that you want to do by someone who is good at convincing others. Make sure when you make a decision to make a change in your life, know that it is something you really want to do because when things get tough, it will be easier for you to keep going.

Make big progress toward your goals by doing the tough stuff first. It’s easy to get sidetracked by small, unimportant tasks that trick you into thinking that you are making progress on your goals. Identify the objectives that you have been avoiding, and put them first on your list. Then do them.

Spend some time learning about what you really enjoy doing. You can then incorporate this into your personal development. Once you know what you enjoy and have fun with, you can use this to look at personal development not as such a daunting task, but one that will allow you to have a little more fun in your life.

A common problem in people’s lives is living in the comfort zone, or never doing anything they’re uncomfortable with. If you’re looking to improve yourself, leaving your comfort zone is essential. Set a date for taking a risk you’re uncomfortable with, and make sure to stick to it. We can only grow when we’re uncomfortable.

As was mentioned at the start of this article, in today’s modern times, personal development training is growing. Personal development training is for people who want to reach their full potential and reach their goals. Apply the advice from this article, and you’ll be well on your way.

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