Do you ask yourself sometimes “who am I, and what is my purpose?” Or do you feel torn between how other people perceive you, and what you sense is your authentic truth. I’m invited to speak at the The Power of Inner Connection Tele-summit, a free 10 Day event, which focuses on how to tune into your inner wisdom and access the potential of your essence.
Let’s talk about your essence, the core energy of who we are. This idea of a core essence may appear a bit esoteric and a bit “woo woo.” Believe me, my scientific mind was ruffled by this concept when I first got in touch with my own essence. However, what truly astounded me and confirmed my own experiences was that no matter how open minded or skeptical my clients were, when I guided them to connect to their essence, the overwhelming majority described sensing it in the same way—as a brilliant light in their heart.
People commonly associate qualities such as love, compassion, and goodness, as well as strength, joy, and passion, with this core energy. Although the news these days might lead you to believe that human behavior is largely defined by greed, self-righteousness, and a disregard of the greater good. There is at least as much evidence testifying to an inherent goodness in all of us. It’s that powerful force that makes us jump into the freezing river to save another human being, or even an animal from drowning. It’s that natural instinct that drives us to reach out and support each other when disaster strikes, as countless stories described people doing after the events on September 11, 2001, Hurricane Katrina, or just now after the horrific earthquake in Nepal. It’s that inner source that rewards selfless service with a deep sense of joy and fulfillment. It’s a place from which we can draw love, compassion, and forgiveness, even for those we don’t know or who hurt us the most. This is our core essence.
OK, so maybe you still aren’t sure about the goodness of your essence, because you haven’t saved anybody’s life, you don’t volunteer, and you still can’t forgive your ex. Believe me, you’re being far too hard on yourself. Here’s a way to recognize that you’ve actually been in touch with your pure essence more often than you previously realized.
Take a pen and paper, and write down events of the present and past where you have:
Accepted and loved a person or animal without expectations or conditions
- Forgiven someone out of a sense of kindness and compassion
- Put your own needs and desires aside and focused solely on another person’s well-being
- Been completely open and willing to listen, consider, and understand a different point of view
- Admitted with humility (not shame) that you were wrong
- Felt touched and inspired by another person’s generosity, patience, acceptance, or selflessness
- Embraced and appreciated the beauty and the gifts of your life
- Been in complete peace and harmony with yourself―and the world and people all around you
While you’re revisiting your past, make sure that you’re gentle with yourself. Focus on your potential, and keep in mind that even if these experiences of compassion, love, or peace passed rather quickly, they can still help you find your way back to a deeper connection with the source of those emotions and energies―your essence.
The question is, how can you create a closer relationship with your essence and its powerful resources and make it to your foundation of self on a subconscious and cellular level? The fabulous teachers, healers and authors of the upcoming FREE The Power of Inner Connection Telesummit, will provide you with powerful insights, tips and techniques on how to stay connected and live from and through your inner truth.