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Remembering Who We Are

Remembering Who We Are

Remembering who we are is easy when life is smooth. When life is moving in a positive fashion, we tend to trust ourselves, our choices, our experiences. We feel connected, in-touch with our wisdom. We listen to our intuition, our inner voice. Following our gut instinct feels natural and even enjoyable. We feel good. In times of challenge, we may question ourselves – outwardly and inwardly. Am I making the best choice, choosing the right action or missing something altogether? What is my purpose, who am I and why have I chosen to experience this? When adversity strikes we find ourselves in uncomfortable and often very painful circumstances, questioning what we already know deep within to be true. We find it difficult to stay the course in what we believe. We may second guess ourselves, because of the adversarial experience, choosing doubt rather than belief. Am I enough? Wise enough, courageous enough, kind enough, intelligent enough, persistent enough, believing enough, relaxed enough, listening enough, expressing enough, aggressive enough, attractive enough, rich enough, healthy enough, fit enough, spiritual enough, educated enough, passionate enough….and the list grows on. These thoughts are essentially the beauty of our mind challenging us to connect with our true nature, that which is love. The very fact that we exist is enough. Reason enough to embrace our inheritance – our abundance – and to deeply trust ourselves, our insights and knowingness. What I am referring to is not so much choosing between the health benefits of a fresh fruit bowl or double fudge chocolate cake for dessert, than I am speaking to the deep-rooted knowingness within...