Rewrite Your Life!
Who are you? In all likelihood, when you think about that question, you get a lot of answers in your head. You might get who you are in your job, or your relationship, or your hobbies. You might think about what your friends and relatives think of you. Or something else, something more intangible and spiritual.
But all of those things are stories. They’re stories you’ve been told since the day you were born: Your parents told you a story about who you are. Your teachers told you a story about who you are. The kids on the playground, your early boyfriends or girlfriends. Your bosses. All of these people told you who they thought you were, or should be. It might have been as subtle as how somebody looked at you or responded to you with their body language, or it might have been as complex as your parents’ whole plan and expectations for how your life should go. Chances are, almost all of those stories were coming from people who were trying to help, and had your best interests in mind—and those stories probably did help. But they all have one thing in common: They came from people who weren’t you, and who couldn’t see all of you: only the part of you that they directly had experience of, filtered through their own perceptions, background and biases.
When we’re young, we rely on the stories others tell us about ourselves and the world to shape a personality that’s capable of surviving in this big, crazy world. But as we grow older, and more sure of ourselves, these stories can become limiting: and we’ve likely accumulated so many of them, from so many different people, that we’re bound to be hopelessly confused about who we are, since there’s no way all of them can correlate.
Life, real life, begins when we let go of what others have told us about ourselves. You can calmly set aside the giant journal in your mind called “me” that’s full of other people’s writing and scribbling and even defacing, and put it up on your shelf to reference if you need it. Or you can burn the whole thing outright. Either way, start a new book. Pick up a pen. And write the story of your own life—how YOU want to live it, on YOUR terms. It can be informed by the past, but make sure of one thing: that you’re the one writing it.
Anything else means living your life for others, and not for yourself.
As Psychic Faith ext. 9608 says, “Letting go brings you into balance aligning you with your true self. It’s the most natural experience on earth to let go of what’s hurting you. Letting go frees your mind of the attachment, thereby filling you with peace.”
If you’ve lost touch with who you really are, a good psychic can do wonders at reconnecting you to your core, so you know where to start from in truly living the life of your dreams!
Psychic Faith ext. 9608 also counsels, “May we begin to live each day in a new light with a renewed energy of purpose and enlightenment.”
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