Looking Back

Posted by Maria Certo on Tuesday, October 11, 2011




Do you ever look back at pictures of yourself from the past and say who is that?

I don't mean questioning the aging process over the years but rather wondering who that person is in the picture that appears unrecognizable to your conscious mind.

I have had these moments over the years as I went through some old pictures of myself when I was 1, 5, 12, 16, 19, 22, 24 and 28.

I am currently 49.

I looked at the pictures and had no idea who I was looking at.

As I viewed myself as a baby of 1 and 5 years old, I felt my pure innocence.

As I continued to go through the years of my youth, I saw clearly the person I am today and the unconscious young woman I was in my early years.

I am not being hard on myself, just honest.

When I look at the pictures of my twenties, I See a lack of self love, unawareness, pain, confusion, emptiness and loneliness.

Grant you, others viewing the same pictures would Not see this.

They would see a young woman who was sweet, happy, kind, bright, open and loving.

It took me quite a while to see who I was on all levels.

The truth is that who I am today, is who I ALWAYS was and will be for eternity.

This is the essence of your soul!

You enter earth pure and with no memory of who You Are prior to incarnating.

If you knew all the lessons that were to happen so you may become conscious, it would be a futile process to choose life.

As I reflect back over the years, I am grateful for all my pain, suffering, heartache, confusion and loneliness.

They were my Greatest teachers of self.

Your true essence Never wavers.

It is solid!

Breaking through the illusions are difficult but required to learn your truth.

I would not take back one moment of my life and try to replace it with something better.

It is what it was suppose to be and nothing less.

I would like to share I dream I had many years ago as I was working through my pain of remembering being molested as a child.

In the dream, I was sitting at a table as my adult self.

Across from me was myself at the age of 5.

I said to the sweet little girl; "my name is Maria".

The little girl replied; "my name is Maria".

I told the little girl, Maria; "you look just like me when I was 5 years old".

Then the little girl stood up and walked over to me.

I told her; "I love you" and hugged her tightly.

We then skipped away together holding hands.

When I woke up from the dream, I felt a sense of peace and healing.

I have found great love for myself through the years.

I am grateful for my journey!





















blog comments powered by Disqus

 

 

Looking Back

Posted by Maria Certo on Tuesday, October 11, 2011




Do you ever look back at pictures of yourself from the past and say who is that?

I don't mean questioning the aging process over the years but rather wondering who that person is in the picture that appears unrecognizable to your conscious mind.

I have had these moments over the years as I went through some old pictures of myself when I was 1, 5, 12, 16, 19, 22, 24 and 28.

I am currently 49.

I looked at the pictures and had no idea who I was looking at.

As I viewed myself as a baby of 1 and 5 years old, I felt my pure innocence.

As I continued to go through the years of my youth, I saw clearly the person I am today and the unconscious young woman I was in my early years.

I am not being hard on myself, just honest.

When I look at the pictures of my twenties, I See a lack of self love, unawareness, pain, confusion, emptiness and loneliness.

Grant you, others viewing the same pictures would Not see this.

They would see a young woman who was sweet, happy, kind, bright, open and loving.

It took me quite a while to see who I was on all levels.

The truth is that who I am today, is who I ALWAYS was and will be for eternity.

This is the essence of your soul!

You enter earth pure and with no memory of who You Are prior to incarnating.

If you knew all the lessons that were to happen so you may become conscious, it would be a futile process to choose life.

As I reflect back over the years, I am grateful for all my pain, suffering, heartache, confusion and loneliness.

They were my Greatest teachers of self.

Your true essence Never wavers.

It is solid!

Breaking through the illusions are difficult but required to learn your truth.

I would not take back one moment of my life and try to replace it with something better.

It is what it was suppose to be and nothing less.

I would like to share I dream I had many years ago as I was working through my pain of remembering being molested as a child.

In the dream, I was sitting at a table as my adult self.

Across from me was myself at the age of 5.

I said to the sweet little girl; "my name is Maria".

The little girl replied; "my name is Maria".

I told the little girl, Maria; "you look just like me when I was 5 years old".

Then the little girl stood up and walked over to me.

I told her; "I love you" and hugged her tightly.

We then skipped away together holding hands.

When I woke up from the dream, I felt a sense of peace and healing.

I have found great love for myself through the years.

I am grateful for my journey!





















blog comments powered by Disqus
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

spiritualhealing.yolasite.com


My prayer is that you receive an open heart and share in your own spiritual experiences so we may all learn from one another.
 
 

Contact Me

 
 
 
 

 My contact email address: mariatruth333@yahoo.com 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

 

Looking Back

Posted by Maria Certo on Tuesday, October 11, 2011




Do you ever look back at pictures of yourself from the past and say who is that?

I don't mean questioning the aging process over the years but rather wondering who that person is in the picture that appears unrecognizable to your conscious mind.

I have had these moments over the years as I went through some old pictures of myself when I was 1, 5, 12, 16, 19, 22, 24 and 28.

I am currently 49.

I looked at the pictures and had no idea who I was looking at.

As I viewed myself as a baby of 1 and 5 years old, I felt my pure innocence.

As I continued to go through the years of my youth, I saw clearly the person I am today and the unconscious young woman I was in my early years.

I am not being hard on myself, just honest.

When I look at the pictures of my twenties, I See a lack of self love, unawareness, pain, confusion, emptiness and loneliness.

Grant you, others viewing the same pictures would Not see this.

They would see a young woman who was sweet, happy, kind, bright, open and loving.

It took me quite a while to see who I was on all levels.

The truth is that who I am today, is who I ALWAYS was and will be for eternity.

This is the essence of your soul!

You enter earth pure and with no memory of who You Are prior to incarnating.

If you knew all the lessons that were to happen so you may become conscious, it would be a futile process to choose life.

As I reflect back over the years, I am grateful for all my pain, suffering, heartache, confusion and loneliness.

They were my Greatest teachers of self.

Your true essence Never wavers.

It is solid!

Breaking through the illusions are difficult but required to learn your truth.

I would not take back one moment of my life and try to replace it with something better.

It is what it was suppose to be and nothing less.

I would like to share I dream I had many years ago as I was working through my pain of remembering being molested as a child.

In the dream, I was sitting at a table as my adult self.

Across from me was myself at the age of 5.

I said to the sweet little girl; "my name is Maria".

The little girl replied; "my name is Maria".

I told the little girl, Maria; "you look just like me when I was 5 years old".

Then the little girl stood up and walked over to me.

I told her; "I love you" and hugged her tightly.

We then skipped away together holding hands.

When I woke up from the dream, I felt a sense of peace and healing.

I have found great love for myself through the years.

I am grateful for my journey!





















blog comments powered by Disqus