Who I Am Essay

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Before I graduated and obtained the metaphysical degree I was asked to present in a class for two and a half hour on a topic freely selected, and had to present in a way applicable and at the end of my presentation people who listened to what I am saying will agree to it in some way if they can adopted my idea.
Who are you?
I am a spiritual being coming from the Universal Source, the Mind of God. The Source is the maker of me. The living spirit dwells within me guide my journey on the planet Earth. The physical body is only temporary, but the spirit is real and infinite. The physical body is a temple of Divine Light and power. This allows the spirit within go with me while I learn lessons, experiences and fulfills my spiritual journey on Earth to the end. The spirit knows all I need to carry out my goal and want while I explore my journey on Earth. Hence, everything is sustained and can be obtained through the power of inner-most thought. Through the power of planted my thought seeds inward and optimistic emotion and creative visualization in the mind’s eye the subconscious mind later transcends the visualized pictures into the Universe and will meet with other consciousness thoughts, and when energy become mature and returns to the physical world the subliminal mind translates the powerful energy into the language the conscious mind can understand. Consequently, the mental mind automatically transforms the dynamic energy so powerful into coherence physical action through you and turns the inner doorway of your inner desire into the life of blesses to the outer world for the solution of your desires you want to do and carry out into physical reality someday.
Who is this “I”? Where did it come from? What is your social identity? Who is this me? Why is it the concern for the “I” so important? This I-concept is made up of thoughts in the mind to make you feel you are so important, so distinguished, so superior to others. In fact, this idea of who you are is created by the ego’s attitudes and concepts. It is recorded in memory and can be retrieved in the subconscious mind.
When you have the ego around you, the kind heart cannot connect with you. You are temporarily disconnected from reality in the dream world of self-seeking. You are shielded and hosted by the ego and move further away from real reality. You are distant from comfort and security and continue to...

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