Who are you?


Who are you?

“Waking up to who you are requires letting go of who you imagine yourself to be.”
~Alan Watts

Who are you? Can you tell me about you?

We often get caught up in a name, a race, or even someone’s perception. Who you are can never be questioned, if YOU truly know.

Who we are has been a part of us since our beginnings. It has been modified by life’s experiences, other’s expectations and society’s perceptions. We must learn, accept and live our true identity. To do this we must, tap into our subconscious so we can find what it is “we” truly want out of this life of ours. Not what we think others want or expect of us, but what we expect of ourselves. Take a moment or moments and write down your responses to the following questions,

What do you love most about you? Someone in your life? This should be what motivates you, makes you happy, etc.

What is your purpose in life? This should reflect what you would do, places you would go, things you would say just for the love of it.

Who are you afraid of losing once your true identity is revealed? This list maybe short or long, however, this person may possibly be preventing you from being you and needs to be removed from your life. Surround yourself with people who bring out your best, which is “YOU”.

Once you’ve responded, you can start your journey of learning, accepting and living in our true identity by knowing who you are. You are allowed to change whatever you want about you, as long as you’re doing it for you. You matter, you are enough, and you always come first. Click To Tweet

Women, we are queens, procreators, nurturers, an inspiration to all and so much more! Until next time, “Keep ruling, keep pushing, keep praying, and keep being you!”


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