Recognizing Our Own Soul Presence

Nearly every person who makes that quest toward self-realization faces that point in their journey when they wonder, “Who is the real me?” Are these people lost? Not in any sense, they are simply recognizing that they have made concessions in their life, and have only gone off-course.

Recognizing Our Soul Presence

Recognizing our soul presence, is that such an easy thing to do? We are expressive individuals, communicators down to the core. We share, teach, learn, practice, and connect for community. It is just as important today as it has been in any other point in time that we have our villages, that we share common goals and look out for one another.

Living in this world is like living in a mesh of interconnections. Knowing our own energy vibration, or realizing our own soul presence takes an inward look. Expressing ourselves from our own soul level takes self recognition as well as awareness of boundaries.

Getting Past a World Full of Hurts

In our mish-mash of interconnectivity we hold so many experiences, ideas, concepts and considerations. We are taught right from wrong, and given feedback on all the little things we do. There is an imbalance in that feedback we receive: most of the time when things are going right then there is no response, things just are as they should be. It is when things go wrong or danger may be near that we get that slap on the wrist or “no”. So we learn to hold back, and silence ourselves out of fear of saying the wrong thing.

We’re also pro’s at absorbing our environment, adapting and taking on the energies around us in order to keep the peace and be as safe as possible. Recognizing those times when we have had to be something other than ourselves and learning how to let go of those energies that are not our own are important when we choose to create a safe space for ourselves in everyday living.

Self Love Tips for the Soul Within

Stepping past those days of learning the basics in life takes self recognition and appreciation. There is a learning curve as well, as we balance between being open to others and setting proper boundaries. But step by step we can practice the art of self expression from the soul.

© 2011 Estee Taschereau. About the author: My greatest love is assisting others shift into the comfort of acceptance and appreciation. This relational, open-hearted energy carries into my many interests: photography, symbiotic gardening, long walks, and enjoying nature. Ready for a shift in your own world? Sessions available by appt.

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