How To Sculpt the Most Authentic You

"The Self is eternally incomplete."

woman painted black

Earth Energy Report for Sunday, April 25, 2021
by Flora, from the Manoamao Tribe, Andromeda

  • Number: 1
  • Color: Black & White
  • Taste: Sweet/Sour
  • Smell: Ginger
  • Image: Statue
  • Stone: Faden Quartz

Reminder: The Self is eternally incomplete.


Do you wonder what the most authentic You really looks like?

We’re sure that you’ve had occasions here and there, moments in which you felt like every single area of your life was going well.  You felt confident in your own skin, you held your head up, and you went for life with gusto.

At this point in your awakening process, you know that that authentic person is inside of you, awaiting activation in the physical.   Yet you may wonder why you’ve been able to manifest your desires in some areas of your life, and still be lacking in others.  You just can’t seem to get it all together in all areas.

Those occasions in your past when you felt all-powerful, were the results of your firing up your Most Authentic Self into the physical.

Take note of these examples, for they are positive ‘physical evidence’ to draw from when doubt creeps in.

So now that you know that you can do it, let’s get it activated more often.

We are going to make a sculpture of your Most Authentic Self.

You will start with a human-sized block.

What is it made of?  Imagine it now.

It could be marble, if you loved incarnating during Roman times; or wood, if you have a penchant for Mother Nature.  Perhaps you thought of a block of ice, or chocolate, or clay.  It’s your block, and your choice of material will be based on your individual bank of symbols.

Your block is sitting in the middle of a large studio, which is equipped with all of the tools you could ever need.  Some tools are brand new, with their cords still wrapped.  Others, well-used and beloved.  All are organized for easy location.

Now go fill up your coffee, or tea, or beer mug with your beverage of choice, and go stand in front of your block.  It’s been untouched as of yet.

Raw. Undefined. So many possibilities exist right there, in that block.

Take a good swig of whatever you’re drinking, and pick up a tool.  You are going to start defining yourself.  Your initial goal is to mold your block to the closest representation of the current You, in this moment.

So take some time, and use your tools to chip away, carve away, melt away, parts of your block.  Just a few minutes is all it takes, to get where you are now.

When you feel like you’ve carved your block to a form that best represents the current You, stand back and admire your work.  Take a sip of your beverage, relax.

How do you feel?

Chances are, upon further observation, you will find areas of your sculpture that could use some refining. Which areas are these?  Look beyond the physical form, and further into the themes you’ve been exploring lately.

Did you wake up this morning feeling challenged in applying unconditional love, or patience with another, or self-forgiveness?

Notice the thoughts that accompany those feelings. Chances are, you will find yourself thinking some obsolete thoughts from a previous version of yourself.  Not the You that you’re seeing in its current form. Just old things running through your head unexamined.

When you catch yourself at it, please laugh.  We’re just dealing with ideas here, friends.  The only drama attached to it is that which you assign to it.  Perhaps a bit of further refining is necessary, but OK!  Here you are, with tools (and beverage) in hand.

And your sculpture already shows that you’ve done work in that area; look how far you’ve come!

Take it that lightly, for chances are you are bored with that old thought anyway.  It’s worn out, and you have no room for it in your sculpture.  So say goodbye as you chisel away a part of that area.

Now don’t forget to put your tools down once in a while, and relax.

You can visit the studio anytime you like, you know.  You’ll do it in your sleep too. Soon, you will be able to attend to your masterpiece without even visiting the studio, for you will be quite familiar with the areas needing a tad of refinement.  Your tools are always available to you, wherever you are.

Now remember that your sculpture will be eternally incomplete.  It’s never a finished product, always having opportunity for subtle enhancement.  These are not flaws! As you expand, the lighting may change, and more advanced tools will facilitate even further refinement than you can imagine at this time.  As you ease yourself into accepting that you’ll always be fine-tuning your masterpiece, then the shaping of your most authentic You becomes a more joyous experience.

My love to you from Far Away and Very Near,


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