The Road of
as a child, you remember being told that you were selfish, self
centered, conceited, needy, and a host of other words suggesting you
were child-ish. Thus, we learned to attach shame and fear to the idea of
being needy and helpless. We didn’t know that all humans are needy.
Physically we need air, food, Planet Earth, and equally important, we
are also emotionally, mentally, and spiritually needy. Given that we are
needy, the question is: Do we know how to get our emotional needs met
from our own nurturing or do we depend upon others?
self-less is realizing that we must teach ourselves to nurture and value
our own needy ego parts. This process of dialoging with our needy ego
parts allows us to become “inner-dependent” rather than
co-dependent, in which we depend on others to feel valued and safe. Self
realization is an understanding that we were all incarnated with needy
and deceptive ego parts which we must discover and re-parent. As we
embrace our needy ego parts, the power to experience ourselves from a
compassionate perspective allows us to grow into a state of being called
self-less. The self we developed through the definition of our parents
created the necessary pain and desire to motivate us to grow into self
and then, to ultimately becoming self-less.
self-less consciousness was made possible through our neediness and the
acting out of defended and proving behavior we used to validate
selfishness. From the self-less consciousness, we become more aware that
we are less attached to the opinions of others and understand the
difference between apathy and compassion. We notice that we can embrace
both sides of any conflict and we tend to flow with life rather than
trying to control it. We also receive the gift of clear intuition and
the messages of Higher Self. In this state of being, we become clear
mirrors for others to reflect in the process of finding their own
self-less state of being.
A. McMullin, H.C. is the founder of Journeys of Wisdom where thousands
of people have benefited from his intuitive, holistic teachings.
Through the hundreds of classes available and different
modalities offered, attendees have discovered spiritual and harmonious
self empowerment leading to paths of wellness.
John may be contacted by calling 614-888-1240.