How to see your True Self – Day 13 of 40 Irish Inner Peace Pilgrimage

by inspire on October 5, 2009

“Freedom is not given to us by anyone; we have to cultivate it ourselves” – Thich Nhat Hanh

Take a slow deep breath. As you exhale release any tension you had or any worries you had. Decide that no matter what’s happening in your life right now that the next few minutes you will experience bliss and feelings of absolute joy!

Imagine meeting a total stranger in a strange but wonderful place perhaps a beautiful old Victorian garden. A garden full of wonder and magic. A heavenly garden so to speak.

This stranger has only one mission and that is to help you realise your true self. You know the one. The one who knows how great you really are. It knows all your gifts. It knows all your fears. It knows all your passions. It knows all your doubts. It can even see beyond all of these to a place deep within you where there is perfect peace, where anything is possible.

Some of your thoughts try to pull you away, telling you things like “but there’s so much not working in your life! You’ve never been that good anyway …” But the power of this strangers light is far stronger than any illusionary thoughts of unworthiness or failure.

Imagine that when you’re in the presence of this stranger you feel the most wonderful feelings of love. They keep whispering in your ear “love, peace, joy, happiness …” Imagine hearing their soft words whispering to you. Imagine feelings of love, peace, joy and happiness growing like a bright light within you as these words resonate throughout your body.

Imagine as you look at this stranger you see a light within them that’s so bright and expansive you feel you’re in the presence of a divine being. Almost as if you’ve entered some other heavenly world. As if you were held in the arms of an angel.

Take another long slow deep breath and imagine that this stranger is … You looking at the True You.

Now enjoy this amazing video:

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Cleo P. Sanda-Fuga December 5, 2009 at 4:46 am

Oh my goodness, Sean, where do you find these things? I cannot imagine the obstacles these two had to overcome with just the skeptics and naysayers alone. The belief they had in themselves to become performers of their art must’ve been immense, and tremendously inspiring.

And those who would also believe in them and choreograph for them and be willing to celebrate their courage and faith with them had to feel both honored and heroic.

I’ve never seen or even heard of such a victory over tragedy as this, but as an ex-dancer of over 20 years, I cried the whole way through and I will continue applauding them in my heart. I’m truly amazed.

This pilgrimage is just awesome, each day. Thank you, Sean, what a gifted service you’re providing.

Many Blessings,
Cleo
Italy

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