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Who Are You Really?

December 18, 2016 — 3 Comments

Who are you really?

Have you ever asked the question?

So many of us identify with a certain culture or religion or the country where we were born.

But does that define you? Are you a citizen of your country or are you a citizen of the world?

In the video below, a group of courageous people chose to take a journey based on an analysis of their DNA.

Some even asked ‘What could you possibly tell me that I don’t know already?’

After the participants received their results, they were stunned by what they found out. I was moved to tears when watching it. See for yourself below…

Even though I was born in the United States, I like to consider myself a global citizen. I’m very grateful that I travel around the globe facilitating classes and meeting phenomenal people from every part of the world. And when I do, I’m amazed by how much we have in common, as beings in this world, if we choose to to stop buying the lies of separation based on color, culture, religion and country.

It’s a choice to keep the separation we have between us in place. Is now the time to break down the walls of judgment? To end the separation?

What if WE, as infinite beings, are truly ONE? If we choose it?…

The choice is yours my friend.

As the video mentions – “You have more in the common with the world than you may think.”

PS – You can find out more about the DNA Project here: letsopenourworld.com

‘An open world begins with an open mind’ – The DNA Journey, Momondo

Are you your name? Are you your body? Or your job? Your gender? The family you came from? The color of your skin?

Or, are you much, much, greater than all of those definitions? Are you actually an infinite being?

We live in a world where we keep trying to define us and everyone else. Well, here’s the thing – definition always creates limitation.

Definitions and labels confine and limit us. When we judge ourselves or others based on labels, we are choosing to separate; we are choosing finiteness.

It’s our definition of us, and the ones we buy from other people, that stop us. Because it’s our definitions of us and others that lead to judgment. And judgment is the biggest killer on the planet.

As I watched this potent and moving video, I asked myself some questions:

What if we no longer chose smallness over greatness?
What would our world look like without separation, without labels, without judgment?

As Prince Ea says in the video – “When there’s division, there will be conflict.” What if by ending the division and the separation, the conflicts that are occurring all over the world could end?

I ask you my friends, what else do you know is possible here, on this planet of ours? What would you like to choose? What choices could you make today to create a world you’d like to live in?

Awhile back, I did a google hangout on “The Potency of Being Undefined”. Imagine for a moment if you had no name, no race, no past and no definitions of who, what, when, where, how and why you were supposed to be? If you no longer had to look for a definition of yourself, or others, what possibilities would be available that you haven’t yet chosen?

You see, it’s our definition of us, that we we’re not willing to go beyond, that leads to the limited path that we can walk rather than an expansive path of infinite possibilities.

Which one would you like to choose my friends? What else do you know is possible?

Until next time,

Dain