Who am I really?

Its been a few months now since I returned from my Revelstoke Adventure, and it has been a time in which my spiritual growth has accelerated greatly. It seems I am waking up at a faster rate than I had in the past, and with any spiritual awakening, you begin to question, well who am I?

The person I thought I was this entire life so far is not actually who I am. Not in the same sense after you experience an awakening anyways. You begin to question everything you once thought you were and what you aren’t.

I have realized that I am not my name, my age, or the country I live in. I am not even my thoughts, those are just a by-product of my experience. I am, and always have been, the observer of my life. I am the pure/ conscious awareness, the overlooker of my life.

I am eternal, I have lived many lifetimes in the past, and I will have many more lifetimes in the future. I believe reincarnation to be the truth, and I will likely write a post on that someday soon.

My blog has now taken a new shift, and instead of just writing about all the life experiences and adventures I go on, which I will still do, but I will also write about the journey my soul is on, and it has experienced quite a lot in the past few months alone. I just wasn’t necessarily ready to write about it yet. But I think now is the time.

I will talk about matters I find of interest. Specifically the existence of Extraterrestrial life, and why I believe they are here to help humanity.

I will also write about the origin of humanity the way I have come to understand it. I am not a scientific person or mathematical for that matter, so when I write I don’t use that type of language, but I write in a way I hope anyone can understand.

It is my purpose during this lifetime to help humanity wake up and realize who they are. We have been kept in the dark for many, many years now to our origins, and its finally time to remember. Great changes are on the horizon for humanity! The future looks very bright!

When I was a small girl, I felt very different from everyone around me, it felt like I knew something they didn’t. Everyone seemed so confused, unconscious, and what was worse, they didn’t want to seem to expand their awareness, they were quite happy living in this tiny box reality. I, on the other hand, was a dreamer, I thought big thoughts. In fact, I often thought that I was here to change the world. I had this intuitive knowing that I was here for a reason, I would make a difference on Earth.

But then I thought everyone must feel that same way.

It wasn’t until I got older, in my mid-twenties that I began to realize that not a single person agreed with me on that. When opening up to someone and telling them that I believed I was here to change the world, I was met with a confused look, as though I had 7 heads or something. Sure saying you will change the world is a pretty bold statement, but it’s usually those people that end up doing it.

I began to think, well maybe I am alone in this? Maybe I am the only one who is wanting to change the world. But once I again I was wrong on this assumption. I was far from alone, and in fact, there were millions of others just like me who felt like aliens on this planet. We had no idea why we were here, but we just felt different, but we couldn’t explain that to anyone for fear of judgment and ridicule. We stayed in the silence for far too long, and finally, the day has come where we can speak our truth to humanity!

It’s time.

If you were waiting for a sign to go out and live your own truth, this is it. Stop worrying about what others might think, humanity and our earth needs you!

“I am who I am, your approval is not needed” 


Other posts:

My Spiritual Journey

The Journey to Self-Discovery



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