Who am I?

October 25, 2017

There are a couple of books by Michael Singer I like to recommend to the men. One is The Untethered Soul and other is The Surrender Experiment. In his work he talks about the Buddhist concept of asking this question, who am I?

When you first ask it, you might say, well, my name is Wayne and I live here and I do this kind of work. But that’s not very deep, is it? Who am I? Well, I’m a father. Yes, but who am I? Who am I? Who am I? It’s a question that you can ask yourself over and over and over again.

And it’s one you ought to ask yourself to find out, deep down, fundamentally at your core, who are you, what are you? Are you this machine that makes money to pay for these things you have in the matrix? Or are you love? Are you compassion? Who are you? What are you?

It’s an important question to ask. And being in divorce, you are going to be asking yourself all sorts of questions. I think it would be helpful to bring in some of these spiritually-oriented questions so that you can get grounded and grow and learn and heal.