Amnesia: “Who am I”

 

The dictionary definition of Amnesia is: loss of memory
(Greek< Forgetfulness)

 

When we take birth as a sentient being, a human being, we could well ask ourselves the questions:
• Who am I?
• Where am I?
• Why am I here?
• What am I doing here?
• Is this my home?
• What is my purpose?

Who am I?
The moment the umbilical cord is cut, we forget completely who we are in relation to our past existence on this planet, we are cut off from all knowledge of who the soul inhabited in a past life.
We are conditioned into our perceptions.
Our upbringing according to whatever birth mother we have been given, we adopt whatever we are taught, as an inherited truth and proof of our existence. We are taught by example what we experience, so we take on the identity of what is being handed to us. This influences us to adopt whatever knowledge and spiritual values we are conditioned into.

Where am I?
If we take the analogy of three houses all next door to each other, in one house there is a Christian family, next door is a Muslim family and the third house contains a Jewish family. We adopt all of the teachings, traditions and rituals that will determine how we will be educated, what religious affiliations we will adopt and it could determine how we grow and thrive in our community. But is this who we are? Or are we told ‘Who we are.’

This begs the question of ‘Free Will’ or lack of it?
As in a game of chess, the opening gambit will determine the rest of the game..

Why am I here?
We embody our ‘Unconscious Patterns’, not ‘Subconscious’ because it can go to the moment of conception when the sperm enters the egg and the egg starts to divide; our D.N.A., our beliefs about ourselves and others. It can be parental, what we have inherited from our parents, our Vision (what is the Vision we want to live by for the rest of our lives); our Relationships, our family and cultural systems.

The mind is extremely powerful and it influences us for both good and evil. At the time of birth the soul is knotted to the mind and its job is to untie the knot, as in a needle that is attracted to a magnet, the soul is pulled to return to its source. But a heavy stone is placed on the needle which hampers it from getting to the magnet.

All these questions need to be asked if we are to recover our memory. That is why Resonance Repatterning is one tool that can help us to change the frequencies that we resonate with.
The analogy is like peeling an onion, peeling away the layers that hold us back from shining who we truly are, and what we are doing here, and ultimately is this our final destination.
Life as we know it, is finite, whether as a Prince/Princess or a pauper we all have to drop our mortal coil, what the world describes as Death. It comes to us all. But it is the Journey not the destination that is important. So we are left with:
• I know who I am.
• I know where I am.
• I know why I am here.
• I know what my purpose is.
• This is not my home

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C H A N G E

Change is inevitable! It is unable to be avoided, evaded, or escaped and is certain to occur. It is unalterable most of the times. One of the only things consistent in life is change, its ebb and flow, the ups and downs, the ins and outs. Once we stop fighting against change, we can embrace it and let life flow naturally.

C     Change takes Courage! It is an act of bravery. It takes guts to really look at one’s life, evaluate it, and then take action to make the necessary modifications. It also takes courage for our clients to come in or call for sessions. They have done their initial evaluation of different aspects of their life they want change in, or they are plain ‘fed up’ with the consequences of the resonance of their patterns. We collaborate with them and give them the inspiration and the new resonance to experience the changes they want to see in their lives.

H     Happiness is achieved through making the needed changes that we have previously thought insurmountable. Have you ever put off making that phone call or talking to your boss, employee, partner, parents, only to find out that it was a piece of cake. Why do we wait to do those things that our mind thinks are going to ‘not be pleasant’, or ‘not turn out?’ It is because our mind believes our fears are true. Our mind does not know the difference between what is real and what is imagined. I recently came upon “The Work” by Byron Katie. She uses four questions to turn around what you are questioning, which can specifically help with our fears. Here are the questions:
1. Is it true?
2. Can you absolutely know that it is true?
3. How do you react, what happens, when you believe that thought?
4. Who would you be without the thought?
Try it the next time you feel some resistance to communicate with someone that you know in your heart needs to happen. Watch the positive change and feel it in your body. The relief and personal accomplishment is always worth the risk! This reminds me of a quote by Erica Jong, “If you don’t risk anything, you risk even more!” I have used this form of questioning, as a modality with some of my clients and the turn around is amazing!

A     Attitude is paramount, and action is essential! Our attitude determines what we experience in every situation. Think about waiting in line for something. What is your attitude? Are you irritated or are you calm and perhaps reading a good novel while you are waiting? You always get what you put out. Your attitude, even when you are standing up for yourself, can either make or break the outcome. When you catch yourself being irritated, do an experiment and try different things to change it and notice what you experience. You might try breathing deeply in and out through your nose. This activates the parasympathetic nervous system for calm and relaxation. Notice what you experience, and also notice the difference in those around you. Just by changing your attitude, they change.

Your attitude also makes a huge difference when you are making changes in your life. Patience is a virtue. Rome was not built overnight. There is probably a good reason things are taking longer than you thought they would. Think about the times that you looked back on other previous delays and how it all made sense over time. Breathe!

Many people want to make changes but may feel overwhelmed by everything that would have to be done to make it happen. There already is not one moment to spare in their already full life. Let us take moving for example, especially when you have been in the same home for ten years. Just thinking about it feels overwhelming. I have used a wonderful process that helps with overwhelm. Let us say you want to move in six months. Get a poster board and starting on the far right side, write down the moving date. In the middle of the poster board would be three months from now, half of that would be six weeks from now, etc. and today’s date would be on the far left. Starting at the end date and moving to today, write down what would need to be accomplished by when. Soon you will see that what you actually have to do today and even this week is much more attainable that you previously thought. It is very manageable. Action is the key and being consistent will ensure your success!

N     New possibilities can be a by-product of change. Change can be uplifting and exciting. I love the explanation of Chaos Theory. It suggests that within the chaos of our problems or the changes we are going through, especially the ones that we did not expect or are sudden, or even seem to be out of our control, there is actually a new order – something good, better and beyond what we thought was possible. I am reminded of a country song by, Garth Brooks, “Thank God for Unanswered Prayers.” The lyrics, if I recall correctly, were about a man who was praying that his high school sweetheart would be his, which never happened. He is now with his wife, the woman beyond his dreams, better than what he ever thought possible; hence, thank God for unanswered prayers. So, the next time, change feels impossible to handle or a problem seems impossible to cope with, remember this principle and look for the new order, the unanswered prayer and you will find it!

G     Growth is immanent as we embrace change. It can’t not happen. The two go hand in hand. As we go with the flow and make the necessary changes as life presents us opportunities, the growth is natural. If we kick, scream, and resist change, it will kick us from behind every time. If we accept what is, we can take the next step, then the next step after that, until we have reached where the change is heading us. In the meantime, we come into our greatness.

E     Expansiveness is the result! As we use change to our advantage with enthusiasm, we can begin to see that change is actually necessary. Change can now be an avenue to evolve in our consciousness–to become the people we want to become.