It stands to reason that we cannot be true to ourselves unless we know ourselves truly.The question might be: "How can I not know myself?" Obviously we have been keeping ourselves company our entire lives. Surely we know our own selves. Don't we?
At the deepest, most authentic (and most important) levels, for most of us, the answer is "no". Most people can describe themselves at a surface level; surface wants, needs, perceptions, actions, behaviors, etc. Yet, for most, huge amounts of vital information seems to be missing.
The truth is, nothing is really missing. Although the authentic self seems to elude many of us, nature provided an ideal self to us all. For many, it has simply been suppressed by a lifetime of conditioning; moved beneath the level of awareness and stored away in the unconscious mind. There it struggles to express itself, sometimes for an entire lifetime. When the authentic self is hidden beneath layers of conditioning, we feel dissatisfied, lost, and frequently, we can't quite put our finger on the source of the dissatisfaction. We just know it's there and we feel compelled to eliminate it. That's why so many people spend a lifetime searching for "something".
Before we can find something that has been misplaced, we must know where to look. And, when it comes to finding the authentic self, that treasure is sometimes buried much deeper than we think. To uncover it, we must dig deep, which may take a little work, but the rewards are so great that no one can really afford not to invest the time and energy in unearthing their true self.
The rewards are happiness, contentment, high energy, joyous living, improved relationships, and greater personal success. The fastest, most certain route to uncovering and claiming your authentic self is the CORE Multidimensional Awareness Profile.
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