“To be authentic is to be true to one’s unique expression as an individual. It is to speak and live one’s truth in the silence of the mind. It is to act without the weight of self-reflection, knowing that all things are divine; all acts are acts of the Infinite working through us. Authenticity is therefore free of social conditioning – the attitude of a master who creates truth in each moment without fear of persecution. Authenticity is living truly and freely from the heart and creating without boundaries or restrictions, based on our unique expression.” – Almine
Being the authentic you is one of the greatest gifts you can bring to the table I think. And one of the biggest challenges in terms of reaching that part of yourself that lies beneath all the layers of personality, fear and distorted patterns. I have always longed so deeply in my heart to find the real me, and connect with what I thought and felt that I had lost, my oneness with Source.
Of all the teachings out there, all the gurus, all the new age spirituality, nothing really ever helped me make the quantum leaps that I knew were possible, it actually only helped me realize that I am not like them. You are not like them, or any other for that matter. Our uniqueness really didn’t dawn upon me until I truly got that there are no reference points. And therefore no need to compare, judge or value one another, much less attempt to control outcome. From trying to identify with the outside world to loosing all labels of identity is quite a journey and I am truly enjoying it, although it can evoke deep seated fear sometimes.
Maybe if you’re new to Almine’s teachings, if english is not your first language or you’re just not familiar with advanced metaphysics and mystical information, you might worry that it’s not for you – or feel inadequate because you just don’t understand it very well. I can tell you as a very “left brain” oriented person, letting go of my mind and its tyranny has both been a challenge and such a blessing. The need to understand and the need to know has been a major driving force in my life, so much that I couldn’t even begin to understand the scope of depth of what a more feeling based existence can bring about.
So how does one combine releasing the need to know, learning and remembering who you are at the same time? And release the feeling of not being smart enough to understand the teachings?
Well, many books and courses are translated into various languages for students to enjoy all over the world. But also just by feeling into the material will have a profound effect on you. All of Almine’s material has so many layers to it and work on many planes, behind the scenes so to speak. It is accessible through multiple senses, so whether your mind can grasp it or not, or you cognitively understand the words written or spoken, the information, the frequencies, wisdom and age old secrets will be assimilated into your being. The illusions will fall away, if you’ll let it.
Some people carry bits and pieces from online courses with them in their purse, some have a book under their bed at night to enhance their understanding of the content and many of us use the power wheels and sigils on a daily basis, have them posted on the wall etc. Not to mention the exquisite fragrant oils that helps you remember your origins.
One of the things that Almine and her teachings has really empowered me to do is to recognize truth, feel the resonance of it, to trust the Infinite and surrender to the fluid unfolding of the dance of existence. When you are prepared to release your fears, all that you thought you knew and embrace a new way of being, even if it means that you “loose” yourself, wonderful things start happening – and the true you starts to emerge.
Thank you for this very beautiful reminder of ONENESS dear Malue. So well written and addressing so many issues we all face. I can tell you that even as a long time student of Almine’s, I am always bumping up against things I “don’t understand”. We are always changing the manifestation of the Oneness that is horizonless. What beautiful words Malue. You bring many blessings my dear.
Very well said, dear Malue. The need for authenticity is presently my major goal and desire. And it is challenging, because the levels of identities are so many and the real me seems at the same time very close and very far. Do I really know, feel, experience my true self untainted by old layers of what I am not? The journeys continues….<3
They sure do sweet Devapriya, it’s truly an ongoing process. Like Almine says – life is a journey, not a camp 🙂 I can really relate to what you’re saying about it being so far away and yet so close, thank you <3
xristiana sophia says
And the same goes for your message Malue…
I feel it in my heart, I connect with the meanings behind the words, which by the way touch the core of my being because they are authentic and because I have experienced them too. But I would have expressed this entirely differently, meaning exactly the same.
It’s a liberating feeling to not depend or be obsessed with clinging on to someone, whoever they are. We each help one another re-connect with our origin and Source, whether it is Almine, you, me or anyone else who crosses our life’s path. But knowledge can be found within and it is spontaneous, totally aligned with our own understanding so it would shift our perception and bring awareness in the moment.
I think that this is the issue of Almine’s teachings too: sometimes I find it a real challenge to translate her. Not so, when the words have touched my heart and I let go of the need to be verbally correct. Each language has it’s own vibrational codes in the heart, as each individual has their own inner code of understanding.
Thank you so much for your offering on this page and for sharing who you are.
I so agree Xristiana, it is indeed a liberating feeling to not be dependant on anyone, but rather be inspired. I am glad you can feel what I am trying to say and that you would have expressed entirely different 🙂 What language do you translate to/from, greek? I find it challenging too at times as danish is upside down to english in many instances. Thank you so much for sharing your perspective!
Yes Greek, how did you know? 🙂
Well, where Danish seems upside down to English, Greek is more complex and the texts are always longer.
Being bilingual helps. 🙂
Thanks again for your offering.