September 11, 2012

Being Who You Are Supposed to Be.


When your mind and heart are truly open abundance will flow to you effortlessly and easily.


How does one become who they are truly supposed to be? I wonder and wonder what am I really supposed to do with my life. I only end up failing in goals and desires. Overweight, smoker and procrastinator.


You already are what you truly are. To fully know that and make it the functional center of your life, you need to take your attention beyond all the things you aren’t and let your core Being know itself by itself. For thousands of years meditation has been prescribed as the way to reach self-realization. When you reclaim true spiritual authorship of your life, you don’t have to worry about making goals and struggling against habits and desires. You make conscious life-affirming choices from a place of inner contentment and peace.


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  1. Prashant

    Good question Elaine. I think that so often we start on the spiritual path with the idea that we have to be something other than what we are. That may be so in that we are aspiring to get beyond our present state of a feeling of incompleteness. Still, I really feel that at every stage of our life on the spiritual path we must be ourselves and not pretend to be where we are not - where we think we should be. Some masters like Nisargadatta say that sincerity and desire for the Truth of our existence is the main ingredient for "success" on the "spiritual" path.

  2. Lawrence Michael

    I was reading somewhere what someone said: You aren`t supposed to become anything. You merely are supposed to become yourself. The best way to do that is simply by recognizing that doing what makes you find yourself at your most peaceful. Then simply begin by tracking activities and choices that add to it and identify and avoid those that subtract from it. You become whatever you are by living as you would and by stop trying to be like somebody else. Hope it helps! Some of Deepak`s books are so nice!

  3. Diane Ramos

    I am dealing with my husband of 10 years, death. He had Hep C which turned to Cirrhosis which turned to cancer, which spread to the lung and the liver. We were sober for 6 years, why did he start drinking again? and does it really matter?

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