Looking at some of our projections, paying attention to our desires, noticing our so-called negative feelings — and allowing them to inform us of what we are doing that is inauthentic, looking at our original belief systems — as opposed to just accepting what we’ve been taught — these are all methods by which we can begin the journey to the inner terrain and the authentic Self.
We’ve been taught that the inner terrain is a rocky road that only the most holy of men (or women) may walk without going crazy or stumbling into the evil core. But if we are dedicated to walking the inner terrain, we will find ourselves, for the authentic Self is not a passive or silent partner. And it wishes to be found.
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Restoring My Soul: The Authentic Self
Written by Andrea Mathews.
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