So I asked a question:
What showed up for me was a difference in how I made my choices. If I were truly being me, I would have the freedom to choose for myself without feeling that I was forced, judged or limited by my capacity to choose for me. I would be free to get information, connect to my own knowing, and trust in myself to make choices that benefit me and my life. So I asked another question:
If I were truly being me, what would I like to choose?
As I ask that question, I allow myself the freedom to explore and indulge in the possibilities that come from asking. I now sense the difference between my previous choices that were based on what other people thought were best and my current awareness of the empowerment of making my own conscious choices without judgment attached. Then another question came up:
If I am not being me, Who or What am I being?
In those moments when I live from reaction and I get the sensation that whatever is going on in that moment doesn't seem to be who or what I would like to be, I wonder who or what am I being if I'm not being me. This will bring me back to what choices I am making in being someone or something else.
Asking these questions allows me to acknowledge what I am choosing that I can now change.
Last month we explored the value, the tools and the practice of using acknowledgment to be more empowered. This month, connecting to the value of Being You in your truest sense of being. Start this week by asking the above questions. What other questions come to your awareness? What more will you discover about Being You through asking?