It’s a great question: who are you?
Often, we take our cue from the mundane details of our lives. Many of us think of ourselves as whatever it is that we “do”. We might say we’re engineers, for example, or stay-at-home parents, nurses, architects or actors. Others might feel more comfortable identifying with a hobby or avocation, for example preferring to say that they’re bikers or writers or Civil War reenactors, and so on. I know we have a reenactor out there in the crowd, raise your hand . . . what a great hobby for a clairvoyant!
None of it has much to do with who we are, at our core. For one thing, we aren’t typically born as the things that we do; all of the doing starts at some point beyond birth and continues well into adulthood. Ultimately all of it will come to an end, but in the meantime, we are led toward different experiences that eventually come to inform the way we see ourselves, as well as the way others perceive us. We move through different relationships and environments and hobbies and, as humans are designed to, we evolve.
A couple of years ago there was an ad I enjoyed, for a particular pickup truck. Some guy is standing in the driveway of his new home and the neighbor walks up and says, “so, what do you do?” Our protagonist stares off into the middle distance, what do I do? while a series of visuals run through his thought bubble. Among other things, we see him playing with his kids, dancing with his wife, cooking, laboring away at his work and, of course, tearing around the landscape in an oversized truck. I found it thought-provoking. Big Truck Guy didn’t limit himself to being a hairstylist or an auto mechanic or a teacher; his response was literal. I do all kinds of things!
At varying times, I’ve been a stage manager, a river rafter and a sales person. I’m none of those things right now; they were right for the time period and I learned what I needed to learn from those experiences. So, what am I now? Well, today I might say I’m a clairvoyant, a mom, a wife and personal assistant to my dog, Bee. See what I mean? Nothing stays the same. We are born, we experience, we grow and then we move on. We change. But isn’t there a kind of current that runs underneath it all, that says, this is who we are, at our core?
Because the truth is, we’re an amalgamation of what we’ve experienced throughout all of our lifetimes, and the many conclusions we have drawn along the way: about ourselves, about the world around us, about our values and so on.
If you’re reading this, likely you’ve been around the reincarnational block many, many times. In this incarnation, you’ve probably mastered the business of being in a body, and have moved on to exploring your connection to Source. From this perspective, anything you might “do” is ephemeral, but what you’ve learned in the doing of those things, ultimately contributes to the fullness of who you are as a spirit. Your spirit is eternal, and it’s constantly collecting information. It evolves over time, and you bring a new, more developed version of yourself into each incarnation.
One of the most entertaining ways to get to that deep, core self is to look at past lives, and how they can strongly intersect with present time. Past lives are a message from your long-ago self, helping you to better understand yourself now. And that’s just one way to learn more about your spirit!
All of our programs are designed to help students better understand who they really are. It all begins with our prerequisite class, How To Heal Yourself, which teaches basic energy tools at a kindergarten level that’s accessible to all. From there you can take many years of clairvoyant training, but the bottom line is, all roads at Psychic Horizons Center lead to healing the self. It’s an ongoing process, during which we gain more and more clarity and neutrality about ourselves and the world around us.
If you have any questions or we can help in any way, please contact us at psychichorizonscenter.org, or give us a call at 303-440-7171. We offer many classes, free and low-cost readings, healings, meditations, workshops and other offerings. We hope to see you soon!