Monday, 25 June 2007

Discovering your true self

This week, I have once again drawn inspiration from the Inner-Child Cards ~ doesn't Isha Lerner (creatrix of these cards) have a beautiful, magical soul?

There is a universal belief that one's reflection is a vital part of one's soul.

It is said that reflective surfaces are soul catchers or doorways to the world of spirit.

Buddhists accept that all existence is like a reflection in a mirror.

Depicted in this card is a beautiful fairy seeking the deeper meaning of her existence.

Unlike Narcissus, whose soul was trapped in his water reflection because of his vanity, this fairy is uniting with her beloved self, or the aspect of her ego that is all loving.

She sees in her own image the potential of sacred beauty.

When we are ready for inner transformation, we come face-to-face with our true selves.

This is a time of profound personal awareness and insight.

Find a place of solitude and serenity and explore your hidden talents.

Intuitive gifts strengthen you. Perhaps you can visualise your true face.

  1. What does your original face look like?
  2. Who is your true self?
  3. Are you radiant and glowing?

Reflect on the above questions and post your answers in your blog, then leave a message attached to this post with the URL address to your response.

Love & light to all!


For responses to this post visit:

  1. Hélène Deroubaix
  2. Turtleheart
  3. Journey through Life
  4. Creative Faery
  5. iGoddess
  6. Sacred Suzie
  7. Jane ~ Painted House 52
  8. The Modern Goddess
  9. MindMists
  10. Infinite Bliss
  11. Cherry Girl
  12. Bohemian Mom


Marie said...

Mich, you don't how blessed I feel at this very moment for having you in my life. I had this very dream of assisting a soul looking her reflection in a table so that she could see the beauty in herself that I see. It was a cool table that had a big, protruding button that a person laid their hand on so that the energy would transmit and they could see themselves. And then you pull this card.....You are a great messengers and I appreciate the open space you keep yourself to assist us on our journey. thank you!

Hélène Deroubaix said...

this is so beautiful and inspiring, thank you for sharing this, I will answer these question ;) found this at Marie the creative poetic fairy's blog :)

blessings & namaste!

Hélène Deroubaix said...

this is short but I feel I'm repeating myself I am always myself and real in my blog or in real life.

Blessed be!

TurtleHeart said...

Thanks for a great topic and blogging prompt. Lots of food for thought here. I am very much enjoying the virtual circle.

My post on the topic is here:

JourneyThroughLIfe said...

Marie said...

I finally made it!

see you sisters soon...

Ivy said...

I'd love to join the fray. :)

iGoddess said...

i posted mine!! =)

mich said...

Ivy ... we'd love to have you!

Sacred Suzie said...

I LOVED these questions Mich! They were very cool and I even used a photo for the post. Check out my post

Jane said...

I did a post this morning not realizing how connected it was to this. Check it out at

Nicole said...

Hi Mich, here are my answers to your questions...

Judi said...

Sacred Suzie lead me here. I decided to try to answer the questions ... very interesting.
My blog is

cherry girl said...

Well, I had a go, as i say in my post, it isn't as easy as you think it would be to answer these questions. Which clearly means I need to be looking further into myself, which I feel this virtual circle will help to nurture and encourage.

Anonymous said...

Ok, I did my 3 questions. And wow!
I can already see how these exercises get us in touch with ourselves on such a deep level!
I really had to think long and hard about my answers. It was a completely different writing experience for me.
Thanks for this Mitch, you ROCK, and you definitely have a way to let us see inside ourselves!

Carmen said...

You know, I have been visiting your blog for quite a while and the first thing which impressed me were your reading materials and inspirational decks (the same ones I enjoy)
I do want to participate, and I know it's never too late to start so I am late but I think I will posting these prompts in my blog real soon. Thank you for this rich opportunity ;-)