“Do you remember who you are?
Do you remember who you used to be? We will tell you that you used to be a different person. We are not talking about the person you have become, but the person you were when you first came here. The person you forgot.
It seems like a long time ago since you knew this other person.
You weren’t that person for very long before you got interrupted by the pressure of what everyone expected you to be. It’s not that they didn’t like the new person who just arrived, just that they felt it was their job to mold that new person into a clone of themselves. After all, that’s what their parents taught them when they first got here.
Not only parents, but all types of authority figures, teachers, family members, friends, society, and the media all had an agenda that pressured you to be who they wanted you to be. Here’s one side-effect of this programming; do you feel jealousy in your life? You didn’t feel jealousy when you first came here, you were satisfied with everything you brought with you and intended to live it out to the fullest once you arrived.
However, the people in this world unwittingly taught you to feel jealousy by making you feel a sense of lack in your life. If you never believed you lacked anything the jealousy would never have started. But society and the media has engrained it into your subconscious that you need more and more of everything. Everything, except for who you really are and possess naturally, the gifts and talents you brought with you from other lifetimes.
It’s a never-ending stream of propaganda coming at you from every direction that convinces you that you need more of everything – everything that’s out there. This deep-seated lack that you feel brings out insecurities in your relationships, your performance at work, your societal status, as an endless list of advertisements bombard you to consume – reinforcing the lack.
None of this reminds you of who you are. If it did you wouldn’t feel any lack, you would be driven by an inner urge to follow what interests you. Being focused and present, you would feel the connection to us.
When you feel you lack things, write down why you feel this way? Why do you feel you need it? Who told you that you needed it? You didn’t become this way on your own.
This is a strong habit but it’s easier to break than you may think. You must start writing down these feelings of lack, desire, and neediness that cause you to chase things. Write in your journal for 15-minutes a day about any feeling of lack that enters your awareness. This daily journal writing is how you will catch yourself in the act before the habit of lack takes over, once again.
Chasing a lifestyle distracts you from self-realizing who you are and why you are here. We do not want to see you waste another life only to have to return and do it all over again. We helped you planned this life long before you got here and came along with you to guide you through it. You will recognize that we are guiding you when you are reminded of who you are.
We are patient, while you are anxious.
- Do you remember who you used to be?
- You came into this life a different person.
- What was it along the way that caused you to change?
HOW IT WORKS: Everything that I do or share with you is to remind you who you are. This begins to happen when you catch yourself repeating old habits exposing you who you were taught to be. You will know when the old habits of lack begin to release when you feel gratitude for who you are, just the way you are. Once you re-experience this you can never go back to the “you” who was consumed with consuming. That was not you. So, don’t be concerned if anyone will be unhappy about you turning your life around … by returning to it. They don’t even know you. You will feel calm now that you have been reminded of who you are. This is when you can begin to fulfill your purpose in this lifetime because YOU are back in the picture. ~ Linda Deir
A mix of Spirituality and Unexpected Psychology … Linda Deir Transition Coach … guidance from “those” who know you best!