Remembering Who You Are

Remembering Who You Are

Finding Your True Self

We all have a true self inside us, a wise and compassionate being longing to be set free. In our busy modern lives, it’s easy to lose touch with who we really are. This article explores how to reconnect with your higher self.

Listen to Your Heart

The first step is learning to listen. In quiet moments throughout the day, check in with your heart. What brings you joy? What makes you feel alive? Your passions and interests hold clues to your true nature.

Still Your Mind

Meditation helps calm our busy thoughts so we can access deeper wisdom. Even a few minutes a day can reveal truths that have always lived inside you, just below the surface of conscious thought.

Spend Time in Nature

Nature has a way of effortlessly connecting us with our true selves. Take off your shoes, step outside, and see what the trees, wind and sky awaken within you.

Practice Self-Compassion

Beating yourself up only leads you farther from your truth. Instead, talk to yourself with the kindness and empathy you would show a dear friend.

Have Faith in Your Journey

There’s no one right way to find yourself. Have faith that your path will reveal itself in perfect timing. Each day is filled with signposts guiding you to a life more authentic and free.

FAQ What is the true self? The true self refers to your inner wisdom, passion and sense of purpose – your fundamental identity beneath superficial labels and conditioning. How do I reconnect with my true self? Practices like meditation, spending time in nature, following your bliss, and showing compassion towards yourself can help peel away layers that conceal your deepest truth. What blocks me from knowing my true self? Things like judgement, excessive busyness, prioritizing others’ needs over your own, and being disconnected from your body and emotions can cover up access to your inner wisdom. How do I know if I’m living authentically? When you’re aligned with your true self, you generally feel lit up from the inside, engaged with life, expressing your uniqueness, and acting from a sense of inner conviction. What happens when I know my true self? Knowing and loving your real self allows you to live more freely, courageously and compassionately. You have clarity about your priorities and boundaries. You feel confident speaking and acting from your heart.