Words once named objectify and solidify into the material world
I have been on a search for where God is all of my life, looking for answers to the questions of who I am and what am I doing here, on this earth at this time.
I can definitely say that, that has been my work most of my life reading every spiritual teacher, attending every workshop that I found spoke with truth, not getting trapped in all of the mind games and false promises that came along with the teaching and teacher. In my search what I found is that no teaching would really work, no affirmation would materialize unless I knew where I was coming from and the reason behind it.
For the past 16 years I have studied Caroline’s work, I would not be where I am or know who I am, if it had not been for listening to her while attending her workshops, traveling with her and reading her books, she has been instrumental in my personal and spiritual development. Clarifying what true spirituality is and in helping me define who I am. I find that her work with Archetypes is a key to self discovery of your true self with her no nonsense teaching she gets to the point of what needs to be addressed.
Archetypes are a way of putting back together the different pieces of my true self, who I really am. With love, compassion and non-judgment I have learned to embrace who I am.
Some of the Archetypes that make the tapestry of my life are the Servant in my desire to help others in every way possible, the Artist a strong one shows itself in every aspect of my life, such as the way I choose my clothes, decorating my home, cooking, and many other ways the Nun in my search for God and my spirituality.
Archetypes are the perfect tool for this life long purpose; I believe that as long as we don’t recognize who we are in the different facets of our life, we will remain scattered and shattered until we can begin to pull back the layers of who we are and
come together within ourselves. It’s a life of excavating for gold, the discovery of our sacred true self.