Unaware Of Who We Are
In the evening, we go to bed, close our eyes, blanket both our bodies and minds and wait for our waking consciousness to fade. While we sleep, we are unaware of time, our bodies, and our surroundings.
We spend about one-third of our lives in this state of limited mobility with minimal responses to our environment. Nothing in our biology changes at night, but we are not aware of our reality because we are asleep.
Similarly, most of humanity is asleep—unconscious of our true self. Unaware of who we really are, the source of our existence, the purpose of life, and the divine love embedded in all of us. Join me here daily for the next couple of weeks as we explore this concept of consciousness a bit further.
To be continued tomorrow…
Adapted from Section 1 of Awakening To I Am Love by David Youngren
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