Meditation for Saturday – July 31, 2010
I Want To Be An Astronaut When I Grow Up.
Now that you have thought about who you are and who you are not, you will be able to realize and accept who you are at your core.
Then and only then can you examine your core essence to see if there is anything you might wish to change, add or remove as you continue toward finding and accomplishing your purpose in life.
At that point you will be ready to take that next step and ask yourself the question, “who do I want to be?”
Unfortunately, there is no easy, immediate way to figure out who you are, who you are not, and who you want to be.
You must look deep inside yourself to find the answer to these questions.
It will take time and introspective thought before you can begin to answer this questions, but that’s why we’re here – to help you take the time to think, as you shape your future.
Knowing who you are, who you are not and who you want to be, will bring you a sense of inner peace that is essential for the remainder of our journey together.
My next post talks about acceptance of all that which you have.”
As you meditate upon this thought, ask yourself the following questions:
- Ask yourself, who am I?
- Ask yourself, who am I not?
- Ask yourself, who do I want to be?
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