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August 15, 2012

Who is I?

Filed under: John Morgan's Blog — John Morgan @ 5:50 am

C167924 mAside from being an improper use of the English language, “Who is I?” is a question we rarely ask. We often have that existential moment when we ask, “Who am I?” but that question doesn’t provide a satisfying answer from our conscious mind.

“Who is I?” is consciously quantifiable. In the simplest terms, this “I,” about whom you are asking, is the conditioned you – your self image of yourself based on your upbringing and conditioning. It’s a relative sense of self – relative to the type of programming you received. It’s different from all other “I’s” you encounter because we all got different programming, even identical twins.

The “I” most people identify with is a false I-dentity. The formula for this sense of self is simple: I = Conditioned You.

We come to believe that is who we are because of the evidence trail it leaves.

It’s hard for us to comprehend that we are more than the “I” can see.

It’s the same problem we have when we attempt to contemplate infinity; we never get a conscious answer.

So it’s time to stop asking the question, “Who am I?” and time to experience that I. Notice that once you have an experience with something, less explanation is needed.

“How will I know I’m in love?” is a question that won’t produce a satisfying answer until you experience being in love. Once you experience the deeper than the surface “I,” you’ll stop asking the question, “Who am I?” and just go directly for the experience.

There is a difference between “Who is I?” and “Who am I?” Once you experience the difference, you’ll know you are more than your conditioning.

All the best,

John

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