“Come out come out wherever you are!”
You are brave, you are fearless, you are a master playing Hide and Seek.
Suffering and discomfort happen if you go on hiding yourself.
Bliss happens when you happen to find yourself, renewed by the light of self-love and the ability to see more clearly and to unfold the hidden aspects of the undiscovered parts of yourself.
Missing yourself or finding yourself: Both occur at the same depth of your being, the heartbeat of life, self-discovery.
Hiding may reveal the gifts that are hidden to us until the stir within arouses us and calls us out.
Hide and seek was always an entertaining game for me when we were kids, but at the same time scary, because we did not know who or what we would find.
The seek, was always an unknowing thrill, you never knew who you were going to find. We love to be found, but don’t want to at the same time. The hiding and the seeking were mutual finds.
There are times we ask ourselves, what do I want to be, or do in my life? What feels right to me right now? What is laying in wait that I have hidden because I did not feel I could do or feel worthy or deserve the life I dream.
Others know us as the person we are today, but that doesn’t mean we have to be that person forever. We can choose to reinvent ourselves at any time. What better way is there to discover yourself than playing a game of hide and seek with yourself.
Grant yourself permission to expand; you have freedom to choose to change and develop other aspects of Yourself no matter what age you are, or where you are at, in your life.
When you feel the urge to hide, answer the call, that is where a deepening will rise within. Be compassionate with yourself. Let this gestation begin until whatever, whoever seeks you out.
We tend to bury insecurities, self-doubt and a host of other shadows away deep within the psyche; these hidden aspects of ourselves are waiting to be discovered again and to be reintroduced back to you for reevaluation; those are the parts of ourselves that are calling us out to play.
The great Maya Angelou says, “There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”
The spirit within gets restless now and then, calling you out. There is a whisper, “Come out come out wherever you are!”
The solo mission is the way to self-discovery. If someone says to you, “you’ve changed,” thank them and say, ” No I haven’t, I have found myself today.” Dolby Dubrow