Identity Recognition: Making Peace With Yourself
You think of yourself as tall,dark and handsome? Expecting a stranger to walk into your life sometime soon? These leading questions and ones like them are fake and distracting.
You are who you are and it is, what it is.
Peace comes about in fascinating ways, each experience blows me away. When I hear people talk from the heart; I feel fully awake, want to mirror this type of sharing and feel the nourishment of words inside myself.
Language of the heart is not shibboleths or something to be intimidated by. Very rarely heart talk leads to anger, frustration or discontent from others in the vicinity. Giving access to allow your heart into your communication organs does not put strain on your body, breath or blood flow.
Challenges arise, boundaries get broken and people around you do not understand what has happened in your head. The heart ensures a stronger force is present which cultivates saying likable things about people, and not getting roped into judgements.
Inside you have an abundant amount of skills that no one can comprehend, it's up to you to take the reins on this one. The carriages you have privilege to pull and linked together in an uniformed way attracted by various things you have said and done. We have all proved ourselves at sometime and felt compelled to do good deeds.
Examples are so many in numbers but it wasn't always that way.
We all started of small and like muscles we grew in girth and length. Thankfully society has given us freedom to think about what needs doing. Sometimes our time is charitable, family service or giving back. Like 10% charity 90% we deserve ourselves. Imagine spending doing this authentically for just you.
Knowledge of self is good because you are protected. Your imprint on the world suppressed or on a mission is very personal. Remember please the past like a memory is just that. And however you paint your future is nothing compared to the true presence of now.
Learning is happening constantly for ourselves and other people. If we ask for help constantly then at every important stage second opinions are needed.
Once we know who we are and have learned the basics of what we need to know to implement, fit in, with what needs doing it should be plain sailing. unfortunately this is not always the case. You are not the only pea in the pod. Other people will display feats of power and illusion, this is not to say they were born with a silver spoon in their mouth, blessed with the gifts of the gab or just like bugging people, the world is full of challenges.
Mastering your emotions, learning again to increase your flexibility and constantly connecting dots to brighten the spider graph / mind map of situations happens when you allow it too.
Every corner has lessons being sold to you and we live in a world of excuses. Your identity reinforces itself when you step out of this arena. Looking at posters of leading centurions will only lead you into the tigers den.
Society needs warriors, not worriers. Take yourself out of the question, cloak yourself with invisibility, turn on aerial K9 ears and listen carefully. This does not mean finish sentences for others or make any assumptions from historical recollections or tar other people with the same brush. Just save the red alerts for when you need them based on simple laws of elementary and deduction. You can always tear yourself out the picture when need be.
You are your own portrait and you can revisit that painting whenever you want. Yes there are coachable trews which will make you look certain ways. Legacy or philanthropy determines what this angle may be. Put your on a moveable rig, imagine having a drone to fly around you like it could if it would your favourite landscape location. One angle shows leadership, another shows sensitivity or instills trust in other people. This type of knowledge will last for a while. There is no changing fashion in these sides of you. Since man has crushed grapes these poses have existed. Art gives hints of what works outside the realms of change.
We should not avoid history or theology like we do for the shape it has made us is real. To historians and theologians perhaps we are just putty in their hands, however my hope is you cultivate your own inner compass. This should help you when shaping your own identity. Its time to ground yourself firmly on a potter's wheel of your own making to mould your own patterns.
Together in a class competition will help you shape things better. Challenges will get in the way and slow down the ticking clock. Get fired up, stay cool and go with the flow. The amount of time you direct on developing skills your toolbox expands. You can go out into the world and give 10% of your energy listening to other people's mistakes and needs.