Just thought I’d have a Facebook moment and let followers know that I’ve changed my profile script.
Since WordPress doesn’t make the announcement, it seemed like a good idea for a new post, but I could be wrong.
Here’s the new “About me” on my profile pic;
“He ain’t heavy; he’s my brother.” These lyrics are some of my all time favorite. When I was growing up, I used song lyrics to describe how I felt about my life. In my early teens, this inclination died and was no more. Many years later, every now and then, it returns…and I smile. The Meaning for My Life (formerly Grandeurvision) is about: Love, Life and Presence. Miracle Mama is about miracle stories to inspire a life free from doubt, fear and limited thinking. I write from my heart when I feel inspired to share something. Welcome, friends of the world.
So what do you think?
Inspired by a comment on my friend, Ken Wert’s blog, Meant to be Happy, the profile update is meant to help bring out the authentic voice that lives inside.
Ken wrote a blog titled, 5 Signs Personal Development Blogs Are Hurting Your Personal Development.
One of the comments mentioned the importance of learning to listen to our authentic voice stating that our authentic voice knows what is best and always speaks the truth.
I whole-heartedly agree and found myself thinking that sometimes the lines are blurred.
For instance, scientists prove that environment conditions an organism. Since we are organisms, this applies to us as well. We are conditioned from birth. (But, don’t believe me. Check out the data for yourself.)
I see from my own personal experience; this is true. Even though, I prided myself of being independent, I see where I took on the beliefs of my environment.
These weren’t my beliefs from my own authentic voice. They belonged to someone else.
Over the years, the authentic voice peeped out on occasion, but I was quite good at silencing it.
So — who is the I that did the silencing?
I caught you!
I see who you are now.
You are the conditioned self. The persona the world sees. The one who judges, analyzes, compares, calculates, criticizes and protects.
The authentic voice knows truth and doesn’t have to analyze, compare, calculate, criticize or make up beliefs.
It just knows.
Have you ever had a knowing about something, that wasn’t backed up by a data calculation of your mind, and turned out to be true?
I love when this happens!
This is how I want to live every day, every moment.
I want an intimate relationship with my own authentic voice.
What about you: do the lines blur for you too? Do you sometimes silence your authentic voice?