IMAGINE you have a core, abiding Self;
a Self beyond the hubbub of the inner voices and distracting monkey-mind chitchat.
IMAGINE this core Self is as pure, unblemished and perfect as it was at the hour of your birth;
before you wrapped it all around with layers of protection and ways of coping.
- absorbing pursuits
- deep presence
and remember you have felt it before ~ as a pang of beauty, a quiet bliss, a deep connection, a pure joy.
- Imagine this core Self is accessible to you at any moment.
- This moment.
- Imagine relating to yourself, and your loved ones, from this place.
- Not all the time maybe, but more than you do now,
- even without the Yoga or meditation ~ just by shifting your attention.
Slowly slowly, always coming (as my Yoga teacher says) I work to help clients reconnect to this place within themselves, so they might be happier in their relationships with themselves, and those around them, little by little, day by day.
If you’ve stumbled upon this post, please feel free to enjoy the others in this series ~
1. “I lived with Mother Theresa and Simon Cowell” about acknowledging all the inner characters who used to drown out my abiding core Self.
2. Meet Colin, the first person I met who lived connected to his core Self much of the time.
3. Hear how Colin achieved his form of inner peace and happy living.
And still coming ~ more about Internal Family Systems and how we can help ourselves, and one another, connect to our abiding core Self more often.