Do you know that all emotional distress originates in your personality? And that all sustainable happiness, joy and well-being can be found by shifting your awareness into your true self?
Sounds good. But maybe you’re wondering What exactly are the personality and true self?
To give you a good, succinct description, here is one of the most popular excerpts from my book, “Coming Home: The Return to True Self”.
“I’ve done so much in my life,” a new friend confided to me recently, “but I don’t feel fulfilled. I don’t know my purpose. Does everyone even have a purpose? I sure wish I knew mine.”
My friend is not alone. Her angst is more common than she knows.
If it’s not as good as this dog’s, you might have a problem!
(Well, yes, I have spent a little too much time on Facebook lately. But this is a great picture, right?)
The last blog I posted meant a lot to me. In it I shared some personal details about what’s been going on in my life lately. I was actually a little shy about it, and I considered leaving out a couple points. Then it occurred to me that inner work and personal growth are very personal!
I took some time off from blogging and newslettering because I hit one of those walls where I just couldn’t do everything I wanted to do! You know how seductive it is when your mind says, “I could get more done if I just pushed myself harder,” right?