Who am I?

Have you ever stopped to think about who you are?

Then sit down, straighten your back, place your hands on your knees, close your eyes, and breathe through your nose, allow each inhalation and exhalation to be deep, slow and calm. And remain like this  for a while, so that there is an internal feeling of being rooted with the present moment and within yourself.

And only when the mind is clear and conscious, do you ask yourself WHO AM I? And give in a tender voice some clues to answer. Am I this body of mine? My age? Am I my name? And you repeat your name mentally, the first and your last name. Who am I? Am I my roles, as a mother, daughter, sister? And you are still aware of your breathing. You go asking and launching clues to the answer without any trace of anxiety, or haste. Let yourself be there, calm and attentive.

Who am I? Am I the car I drive, or the house I live in? Am I my profession? Am I my thoughts? And while you are stating the clues, without falling into the trap of judging and criticizing the responses and sensations that arise, simply observe what is coming up.



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