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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“Be” the Change

Change is inevitable! It is the only thing consistent in life. You can either resist it, or embrace it like an adventure. It is not always easy to do, but it is necessary if you want to live an extraordinary life.

One way you can embrace the changes that are occurring in your life is by acknowledging your part in the change. I remember doing a Resonance Repatterning® session on a woman who hated her job and wanted out. She was procrastinating about looking for a new one, even though she really wanted something more rewarding. We identified her unconscious pattern of ‘not deserving better’ and shifted her resonance to deserving a creative outlet for her gifts and talents and getting paid well for them. Lo and behold, when she went into work on Monday, she was fired. She called me irate and blamed me for being fired. I encouraged her to look how powerful she was and how fast the universe provided her with verification of her new resonance.  I reminded her how difficult it was for her to take action to look for what she really wanted in a job and that now was her opportunity to be grateful for the opportunity and embrace it.  I acknowledged her for coming in for a session and taking action on discovering ‘her part’ that was keeping her from her heart’s desire. I encouraged her to see this as a gift and to take advantage of the time she now had to create the ‘job of her dreams’.

Another example could be a partner wanting to move on and leaving the relationship that you have been in for some time. The more you take responsibility for how you caused this or the part you played, rather than blaming the other, the quicker you can be at peace and see the opening you have to grow and learn from the relationship and let them go. Would you really want to be with someone who does not really want to be with you? You could then evaluate what worked and what did not work in the relationship, give yourself time to heal and then prepare to draw to you an even better partner. I am not saying that all this is simple; however, if you embrace the change rather than fighting it, you will have more energy to move forward with ease and grace.

Another concept I like to use in my own life is to ‘be’ the change I am looking for. One day I did an experiment with my father. It seemed to me that when he called me he was reporting how things were going with him and his new family. He would tell me all the things I wished I had done with him when I was young, but since we did not live together, my siblings and I did not get to do many activities. I found myself getting envious of what they were getting that I did not. What was missing for me in his calls was acknowledgment for who I was in his life. So, I started acknowledging him for being such a great father to his other three children and how fortunate they were to get to do all the things they were doing and to have him as a Dad. After just two phone calls, he started asking about me and my life and acknowledged me for being such a great daughter. He also acknowledged me for how much of a difference I was making in my client’s lives. These were things he had not told me before. So, the very thing I thought was missing, I gave him, and in the very giving of it, I experienced acknowledgement and seemingly out of the blue, he gave to me the very thing I was previously missing. It was quite remarkable. The switch was very dramatic. So, if there are qualities you are lacking in relationship with others, ‘be’ that quality with them or bring that quality to the situation and watch how you are actually experiencing the very quality you previously thought was missing. You will be amazed.

            ‘Be’ the change, and you can live an extraordinary life filled with everything you desire – a life where you can hardly wait to get up and one that is overflowing with love, joy, passion and fulfillment.

Lovingly submitted,

Victoria Benoit, M.C.

Victoria has been a Certified Resonance Repatterning® Practitioner since 1994 and former Teacher for fifteen years in Phoenix, AZ. In 1996 she opened the “Center for Extraordinary Outcomes”. As a Licensed Professional Counselor, she has used Resonance Repatterning® and five other methods, rather than psychotherapy, with her clients for the past 20 years. She is available for in-person and phone sessions for individuals, couples, groups, families and businesses.

 

 

Victoria Benoit, M.C.

“Empowering Your Greatness”

 

Center for Extraordinary Outcomes

Transformational Services
7000 N. 16th St. #120 PMB 431
Phoenix, AZ 85020  602-864-7662

www.ExtraordinaryOutcomes.com

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