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Who The Bleep Are You (Part Two)

Updated on July 22, 2012

 Who’s looking at you!

I wear shades just about everywhere I go, one reason is, my eyes are sensitive to light and they dry out easily. The other reason is I do not want everyone peering into my eyes. People have a tendency to stare at you, many times, they are not aware of what makes them take a second look but often it’s because they can see something in you they cannot explain. I call it the real you, that which, animates you and gives life to your being.

Some people will not look you in the eyes because they have self-esteem issues, which we will deal with in chapter 10. They have problems with looking at people and having people look back at them. Have you notice a person walking with their head down, or sitting in a crowd with their head down. I know a little girl who walks with her head down all the time. When she is chastised, she immediately assumes she is bad and not her actions, because she holds her head down in shame. I am constantly telling her hold your head up you are ok, you are loved, you just need to change your actions, but you are ok.

There was a young man whose head was held down so long he walked as if his neck was broke, I never saw this young man with his head up. He is a wonderful young man, he will do anything for you, he has a loving personality, everyone calls him shy, but he is not shy he has a self-esteem issue. I know many shy people who walk with their heads held high.

Anyway, I think you get the message, you are ok, and this section is the beginning for you. Who the bleep are you? That is the question we will try to help you answer throughout this writing?

I am not interested in knowing you, I am not sure I will ever meet you. However, I am interested in “you” knowing you. You are the only one who will truly benefit, from the knowledge you will gain once you are realized. Perhaps knowing yourself will one day help you realize, you and I are one in the same. We are both life realized and expressed, yet individualized. It is Important that you understand the personality you have become, because there is a reason you allowed that social being to express yourself as.

The last thing I want to tell you is this you are one of the most, loveliest people on the planet, and there is and never will be anything wrong with you. By misrepresenting yourself to the world not even you can experience the loveliness you are! Normal, there is no such thing or person!


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