Self: Who Am I?
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- How To Regain and Maintain Your Real Self
- How To Recognize the Form and Nature of Self
- How To Recognize the Structure of Self
- How To Recognize the Friends and Enemies of Self
Self Is Being, Not Thinking in Self: Who Am I?
- This book is about the form, nature, and structure of the human self.
- The form, nature, and structure of being human are explored as a way for you to redirect to and re-own your true self.
- The states of being of your natural self are explored as a way to help you to retreat to and return to your true nature.
- The functions of self are explored as a way to help you to rediscover and reinforce your original self in action, awareness, and experience.
Knowledge and Directions for Discovery in Self: Who Am I?
- This book provides you with knowledge and directions for rediscovering and being your natural self.
- You can discover and understand what real self is and what real self is not.
- You can discover how to focus on states of being that promote your authentic self.
- Read and re-read this book to discover how to recognize and redirect your awareness and identity to your natural child-self.
Encourage Self and Block Ego in Self: Who Am I?
- Learn to encourage original self-states of being rather than ego states of being.
- Become aware of how to avoid the blocks and habits that work against awareness of your real self.
- Know what environments and conditioning inhibit or deny your true self so that you can uproot, switch from, and replace them.
- Make the right space in your life for authentic self, and authentic self will be revealed for you and rediscovered by you.
Self Is Not Lost or Missing in Self: Who Am I?
- Self is not something that can be found, because self is not any thing.
- If you seek what is not lost, then it becomes lost.
- If you seek on a false path, then all you find is false.
- When seeking true self, you do not want to seek something, or you will find some thing.
Self Is Not Concepts and Images in Self: Who Am I?
- Self is not a concept, description, idea, image, label, term, thought, type, or personality.
- Self is not a collection of characteristics, habits, tendencies, or traits.
- Self is a living reality that can only be experienced.
- Self is not composed of thinking; therefore, self cannot be found with thinking, cannot be found as thinking, and can never be known with thinking.
- You must learn what to seek before you begin seeking, or your seeking will mislead you.
- You will find what you seek.
- “Seek and ye shall find,” says Matthew 7:7.
- Therefore, seek your real self by learning about and contacting your real self in your daily life.
- Your real self is with you now.
- Your real self is neither lost nor dead.
- Rediscover your authentic self in your experience and emotions.
- Find your original self in action.
- Then seek to redirect your attention and identity to your natural self in all that you do.
- You want to seek in the right direction or area.
- You want to seek fish in the ocean, not in the desert.
- You want to use the right tools.
- You want to eat an apple with a knife, not a spoon.
- Use this book for a path and direction back to your self.
- Use this book for the tools it provides for just being again.
- Right knowledge and right practice will guide you to re-owning your original nature.
- Combine right knowledge with right practice and become whole again.
- You can seek self as self, not as a concept, image, tendency, title, trait, or type.
- This book boldly presents the beliefs of FitzMaurice regarding self.
- It is impossible for these beliefs not to include some of FitzMaurice’s beliefs regarding God and spirits.
- You are free to reject, modify, or accept the beliefs presented as you see fit.
- Likewise, FitzMaurice retains all of his rights for freedom of belief, speech, and expression.
- While this book is designed to stand alone, you might find it more easily digested if you first read FitzMaurice’s Ego.