The I or the me?
by Sherry Anshara —
Is there a difference between one’s “I” and “me?” Contemplate this question from the perspective of a non-emotional observer, and you might be surprised at what you can discover about your own inner self.
I believe one’s “I” represents the childish adult ego, and it always stands alone. When things go haywire, the I says: I, I, I (pronounced as: ay ay ay). What the heck is going on? This frequency and vibration of the I loves the trauma drama, which becomes an addictive behavior. Think of Britney Spears singing, “Oops, I did it again.”
One’s “me,” on the other hand, could care less about the drama. The me is interested in introspection, getting to the point of the situation and acting appropriately when opportunities are presented. The me desire is to learn about the inner self by exploring and focusing on self-discovery. Harmony is the frequency and vibration of the me sound — me, me, me — from the inside out. This allows you to make changes to your outside world that are in tune with you and your life.
The me within you is also an aspect of your multidimensional self. Write down the word me, turn the “m” upside down and it spells we — so above, so below (me/we). Try to see your inner self from an expanded, multidimensional, unlimited point of view. The only things limiting you are your belief systems.
The me/we within you creates harmony with others — without the trauma dramas. Your frequencies and vibrations resonate and attract others. People are drawn to your me/we, and you never stand alone, as the I does.
Stand up for your inner self and others, and in turn, others will stand up for you. The ones in their I (childish adult ego) will not understand you; nor are they meant to. Embrace your me/we. Resonate with the frequency and vibration of life. From my me/we to your me/we, let us resonate to life. Let the magic begin.
Sherry Anshara is a medical intuitive, author, founder of the QuantumPathic Center of Consciousness, creator of the QuantumPathic® Energy Method and founder/president of the Blended Healthcare Consortium in Scottsdale, Ariz. 480-609-0874, quantumpathic.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reprinted from AzNetNews, Volume 33, Number 5, October/November 2014.