Reclaim your nature, and swim like a dolphin in the eternal sea of light. Return to innocence, return to life. Change is written within the core of our DNA. Our personality does not escape the universal laws of transformation and manifestation. I believe the most important aspects when it comes to the multifaceted construct of personality is to never forget where we come from, and who we are. Although who we are changes like the seasons, humbleness, compassion, and forgiveness are the pillars of self-love, which are vital elements for the transcendence and for the betterment of our collective consciousness and achieving true ego-dissolution.
It is completely healthy to change who we are as long as we are aware of the factors that are contributing to our metamorphosis. Institutions, the material world, dogmas, friends, neighbors, jobs, trends, hobbies, family members, relationships and the society that we live in deeply affect the way we perceive ourselves as well as the way in which others perceive us. Hence, it is vital to always keep in mind that growth comes from within. Nobody can change us but ourselves.
Sometimes hitting rock bottom is necessary in order for us to let go of our fears and to ask for help. Taking time off, having “me time” or “personal time,” is not only healthy for the body, mind, and spirit, but it is also a powerful way to connect with our inner nature. All the answers reside inside of us, in our hearts. Our hearts are portals, stargates that can allow us to connect to the invisible soul, to the memory of the universe, to the Great Spirit, Ether. The past, the present, and the future exists at the same time. Healing our wounds means internal and external reunification. Sometimes lighting incense, meditating, introspecting, drinking a relaxing tea, listening to healing music or even a walk alone in the wildlife is all it takes to liberate from the all-consuming and ever-present matrix.
We live in a patriarchal society that is constantly attacking and controlling our emotions. Now is the time for us to grow and to begin to see the beauty of the world for what it truly is. For the longest time society implanted the idea that the mind was more powerful than the soul and that our emotions get in the way of our reasoning. However, the upgrade of our personal and collective unconscious mind entails accepting and deeply embracing emotions as part of who we are.
Reclaiming our nature and becoming physically, mentally, emotionally, and spiritually enlightened is not a new concept. The upgrading of oneself is integral for the cosmic evolution of humanity as a whole, and it resides within us all. We are all connected to the one and only source of incessant creation and expression. We are living art.