Who are you?
‘”Your identity is based on many things. It’s based on your beliefs about the universe, spirituality, and religions- who you are in the spirtual world. It’s based on how you have behaved in the past, what your failings and successes have been.
Its based on the expectations of your family and how well you’ve lived up to them. As 2012 approaches many people are drawn to live more authentic lives that reflect their inner truth. Maybe in the past you saw yourself as a victim and spent time with friends sharing your feelings and experiences. While there’s nothing wrong with this, when you stop feeling like a victim you may find yourself uncomfortable or even bored as the role of victim no longer reflects your new self- image.
Maybe you’ve always seen yourself as a rescuer, helping people with their problems, being the good listener and fix-it friend. Once your attitude changes, you may see people in a higher light and know they are not really broken and don’t really need to be fixed. You may become someone who empowers your friends rather than fixing them. While this will make some friends very happy, others will start looking for someone else to fix them. It’s okay to let some people go as others arrive.”
Excerpt taking from the Book “The Complete’s Idiot Guide to 2012 An Ancient Look at a critical time”
by Synthia & Colin Andrews