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“Life isn’t about finding yourself. Life is about creating yourself.” - George Bernard Shaw


“Finding yourself” promotes the harmful idea that the real you is out there waiting to be discovered. Most heroes journey off in search of themselves and create a personality and unique point of view along the way. I do believe that there is no static and preordained “real” self waiting to be discovered. Instead, I am convinced to actively evolve and create myself through new experiences and ways of life. Life is about discovering what we are capable of and learning from challenges to evolve. It is important to see problems as opportunities for growth. Every choice we make forms us into who we are. Learn from experiences and make choices that shape the person you want to be.

  • Ditch the cookie-cutter life and forge your own masterpiece.

  • Unique experiences shape who you are, so embrace the detours and detangle yourself from the crowd.

  • Become the architect of your destiny, wielding your beliefs like tools to build the person you dream of being.

  • Dare to be different, to be bold, to be better.

  • Don’t shy away from constructive criticism, it might light the path to an incredible breakthrough.

  • Step outside your comfort zone, stand tall, and be noticed for who you truly are.

  • Ignite your passion, fuel your growth, and leverage every resource at your disposal. This is your journey, your canvas, your chance to paint a future as unique as you are.

  • So go forth, create boldly, and remember: the masterpiece is in your hands.


“Creating myself feels like assembling IKEA furniture without instructions. Wish me luck, and maybe some wine.” - Uknown

Finding vs. Creating Your True Self: A Balancing Act

The age-old question of “finding” versus “creating” your true self isn’t one with a simple answer. Both approaches offer unique benefits, and the most fulfilling path often lies in a healthy blend of the two.

  1. Finding Your True Self:
  • Unveiling Potential: This approach emphasizes discovering your innate talents, values, and desires. It involves introspection, self-reflection, and exploring experiences that resonate with you. This journey can be enlightening, leading to a deeper understanding of your authentic self.
  • Connecting to Roots: By exploring your background, influences, and experiences, you gain insights into the core elements that shape your being. This understanding can create a sense of stability and identity.
  • Acceptance and Grace: Recognizing that your true self isn’t something you need to invent but rather already exists can be liberating. It allows you to embrace your strengths and flaws with greater self-compassion.
  1. Creating Your True Self:
  • Empowerment and Agency: This approach acknowledges that your experiences and choices shape who you become. It encourages actively cultivating the qualities and experiences that align with your desired personal growth.
  • Flexibility and Evolution: Life is a continuous journey, and your true self doesn’t have to be static. Experimenting with different interests, perspectives, and challenges allows you to continuously evolve and discover new aspects of yourself.
  • Overcoming Limitations: Sometimes, negative experiences or societal expectations can mask your true potential. Actively creating your true self can involve breaking free from limitations and pursuing a life that reflects your genuine desires.
  1. Finding the Harmony:

Ultimately, the most fulfilling path doesn’t solely reside in finding or creating, but in a dynamic interplay of both. Here’s how:

  • Embrace Introspection: Regularly reflect on your experiences, values, and desires. This self-awareness helps you recognize emerging aspects of your true self.
  • Experiment and Explore: Step outside your comfort zone and try new things. These experiences can challenge your assumptions and reveal hidden talents or passions.
  • Learn and Adapt: Reflect on the impact of your experiences and choices. Use these insights to refine your understanding of your true self and adjust your actions accordingly.
  • Embrace Growth: Recognize that your true self is a journey, not a destination. Be open to continuous learning, evolution, and the unfolding of your authentic potential.

Remember, your true self is not a fixed entity but a dynamic tapestry woven from your experiences, choices, and ongoing self-discovery. By embracing both finding and creating, you embark on a rich and fulfilling journey towards becoming the best version of yourself.


The question of whether we “find” or “create” our true selves has woven its way through diverse philosophical and cultural tapestries for centuries. Each thread, from ancient wisdom to modern trends, offers unique insights into this captivating journey of self-discovery.

  1. Finding the Uncarved Block:
  • Eastern Philosophy: In Taoism, the true self lies within, a “natural potential” like an uncarved block. Through contemplation and self-awareness, we “chip away” at societal conditioning to reveal our authentic core. Zen Buddhism echoes this, guiding us to find our “Buddha-nature” present within.
  • Romanticism: The Romantics celebrated the innate spark of individuality, believing the true self existed as a unique essence waiting to be unearthed through introspection and connection with nature. Rousseau’s “noble savage” concept exemplified this, seeking the authentic self untainted by societal constraints.
  • Indigenous Cultures: Many indigenous traditions emphasize finding harmony with the natural world and ancestral wisdom. This perspective views the true self as interconnected with the larger web of life, discovered through practices like storytelling, rituals, and connection to the land.
  • Roots in Eastern philosophy: This approach aligns with concepts like “finding your Buddha-nature” in Zen Buddhism, where the true self exists pre-conditioned, waiting to be revealed through meditation and self-awareness.
  • Emphasis on authenticity: Influenced by existentialism and humanistic psychology, this view focuses on uncovering your essential “being” beneath layers of social conditioning and expectations.
  • Principles of self-discovery: Introspection, mindfulness, connecting with nature, exploring personal history, and recognizing innate talents and values.
  1. Sculpting the Self:
  • Existentialism: This philosophy champions personal responsibility and creating our meaning. Sartre’s famous dictum, “existence precedes essence,” emphasizes that we define ourselves through our choices and actions, actively shaping who we become.
  • Postmodernism: Deconstructing the idea of a fixed, essential self, postmodernism embraces the concept of multiple, fluid identities. This perspective empowers individuals to experiment, challenge societal norms, and create their true selves through self-expression and continuous reinvention.
  • Western philosophical roots: This perspective draws from ideas like “self-creation” in Nietzsche and existentialist notions of personal responsibility for shaping your being.
  • Influence of social constructionism: This view acknowledges the role of social and cultural influences in shaping your identity, but emphasizes your agency in choosing and constructing your desired self.
  • Principles of self-cultivation: Experimentation, setting goals, actively pursuing growth experiences, challenging limiting beliefs, and embracing personal evolution.
  1. Bridging the Divide:

While seemingly separate, these approaches share common ground:

  • Both acknowledge the existence of a “true self,” whether seen as something inherent or actively constructed.
  • Both emphasize self-knowledge and personal growth, though through different avenues.
  • Both recognize the ever-evolving nature of identity, acknowledging that the “true self” is a journey, not a destination.

Ultimately, the most meaningful approach likely lies in a balanced integration:

  • Embrace introspection and self-awareness to connect with your innate potential and values.
  • Actively create and experiment to explore new possibilities and cultivate desired qualities.
  • Acknowledge the dynamic interplay between your inner world and external influences.
  • Embrace continuous learning and growth as you uncover the ever-evolving tapestry of your true self.

Remember, the journey toward your true self is unique and personal. By understanding the various origins and principles at play, you can choose the approach that resonates most deeply with you and guides you toward a fulfilling sense of self-discovery.


As you embark on the captivating quest for your true self, consider wielding the insights of Neuro-Linguistic Programming (NLP) to illuminate the path. NLP offers frameworks that can empower you to explore both “finding” and “creating” approaches, weaving them into a tapestry of self-discovery.

  1. Finding Your Inner Landscape:
  • Calibration: Fine-tune your internal radar. Notice internal states associated with past moments of authenticity and flow. Use these as reference points to explore new experiences.
  • Anchoring: Identify positive emotions and states connected to your true self. Create “anchors” – gestures, words, or symbols – that trigger these states, guiding you back to that authentic space.
  • Reframing: Challenge limiting beliefs holding you back from expressing your true self. Reframe negative narratives into empowering questions that fuel exploration.
  1. Creating Your Authentic Expression:
  • Modeling: Seek inspiration from individuals who embody qualities you admire. Observe their communication, behavior, and mindset, adapting these elements to your unique essence.
  • Metaphors: Utilize metaphors to visualize your desired future self. This imagery can guide your choices and actions, shaping your journey towards self-creation.
  • Milton Model: Develop your communication skills to clearly express your needs and desires. The Milton Model’s ambiguity and embedded suggestions can help you plant seeds of positive change in your inner dialogue.
  1. The Evolving Tapestry:

Remember, your true self is not a fixed destination but an ever-evolving mosaic. Integrate these principles to:

  • Embrace fluidity: Experiment with different perspectives and experiences, allowing your sense of self to organically unfold.
  • Maintain ecological balance: Respect the innate aspects of your “found” self while actively shaping your external world to nurture your “created” self.
  • Celebrate self-compassion: Treat yourself with kindness and understanding throughout the journey. Both “finding” and “creating” involve exploration and acceptance.

NLP offers a lens through which you can explore these principles in greater depth. Seek guidance from NLP practitioners or delve into NLP resources to personalize these tools for your unique journey. As you navigate the exciting terrain of self-discovery, remember: that the truest expression of yourself lies in the dynamic interplay between finding and creating your authentic mosaic.


  • Sitting by side so you can perceive nuances in facial expression, gestures, and coloration of the skin and not stay in the way of a client who is accessing their images and creating metaphors in front of them.
  • Modulate your voice and speak slowly and melodically.
  • Be interested in client exploration.
  • Repeat the client’s words using his voice delivery. For instance, when the client spoke about an exciting event, his face lightened up, his words speeded up and his tone of voice was higher. As a professional, you are, to match his expression or attend acting class to learn essentials.
  • Connect the question and experience with coordinating conjunction and/as/when.


“Turns out, the journey to finding yourself is paved with wrong turns, dead ends, and embarrassing karaoke sessions. Worth it? Debatable.” - *Unknown"

Vlad: “Hello, What can I do for you today?”

Client: “I want to find and create myself.”

Vlad: “As I understand you have read the book, watched the video, or heard the podcast, where the idea of finding and creating yourself was mentioned and you have written who inspires you in your life, which are the things you spend most of your time on, what experiences you had and helped you rise. You have as well as listed your values as well. And there are issues with your ideal vision and reality. It’s that right?”

Client: “I know that I am capable of more and every time I try to be different I fall back to what I was doing always.”

Vlad: “There are several ways we can use to attract your desired self effortlessly change. If you allow me I present here Core Transformation as a tool to connect to your deep inside when you need it. The first session will take about 30 minutes and with every practice you’ll do it better, easier, faster, and with more elegance, and after that will do the process if needed.”

Client: “Ok. Let’s go for it.”

Core Transformation

Client: “Something had changed. I can feel more relaxed now and as I think about my future self I feel more aligned. Thanks very much.”

Vlad: “You are welcome. From the state of deep connection that radiates through, transforms, and enriches your initial quest. How do you feel about yourself now?”

Client: “I feel that being stuck is in the past, as I contemplate the future ahead.”

Vlad: “That’s good to hear. Good luck.”


Client: “Something had changed. I can feel that I am me. I still feel separation.”

Vlad: “That’s great. You’re feeling things because you’re alive. [Changing my voice and leading the client into an altered state.] Your name is Liz and what name would have the woman you want to create? How would she move through the setting, what would be her facial expression, her gestures? How would she sound and what words and phrases would she use? What would be her story? How would evolve her circle of friends, her surroundings, her values, her beliefs, and her self-concept? Go into the future where she had become this new you and looking back observe What actions, choices, and decisions she had taken to arise herself. Take in the way she deals with problems and issues, building on them and stepping up with each of them. Take all the time you need to experience and immerse yourself fully and completely into your future now having made the change. Noticing your breath, you can allow yourself to change only at a rate and speed that is most appropriate for you as a person inhaling the future real and exhaling your limiting past. That’s right.”

Client: “I have a lot to learn. Thanks very much. My new name is Catalina and I know what to do. I even know what to do when I have problems. I am going to connect with similar-minded people. Thanks very much.”

Vlad: “That’s good to hear. You can use FINDING VS. CREATING MY TRUE SELF on another thing too. Good luck.”


Unveiling Your Inner Compass: Navigating the Paths of Finding & Creating Your True Self

The quest for your true self isn’t a linear journey, but an exploration rich with diverse paths. While some emphasize finding your inherent core, others advocate for creating the self you desire. But what are the basic processes underlying these approaches? Let’s delve into the heart of self-discovery:

Finding Your Authentic Essence:

1. Introspection: This inward journey begins with self-reflection. Ask yourself probing questions: what resonates deeply? What values guide your choices? What brings you joy and fulfillment? Explore your emotions, thoughts, and memories to uncover recurring themes and patterns. Journaling, meditation, and spending time in nature can facilitate this internal excavation.

2. Connecting the Dots: Look back at your experiences, relationships, and influences. How have they shaped your beliefs, values, and preferences? Analyze turning points, challenges overcome, and moments of true self-expression. Consider cultural expectations and familial dynamics that might have impacted your sense of self.

3. Recognizing Your Untamed Self: Imagine yourself unconstrained by external pressures. What emerges? What excites and motivates you? What talents or passions yearn for expression? This unveiling of your potential reveals the raw essence waiting to be nurtured.

Creating Your Vision of Self:

1. Define Your Desired State: Envision your ideal self. What qualities do you embody? What goals do you pursue? What impact do you make on the world? Get specific! Craft a vivid picture using visualization techniques or create a personal mission statement.

2. Experiment and Explore: Step outside your comfort zone. Try new activities, connect with diverse individuals, and engage in experiences that align with your desired self. Pay attention to reactions and emotions – they offer valuable feedback on your chosen path.

3. Embrace Continuous Growth: Remember, this is a dynamic process. Setbacks and challenges are inevitable. Use them as opportunities to learn, adapt, and refine your understanding of your evolving self. Embrace feedback, both internal and external, to iterate and refine your self-creation journey.

The Merging Path:

Ultimately, “finding” and “creating” are not mutually exclusive. They interweave beautifully:

  • Insights from introspection inform your desired state, guiding your self-creation journey.
  • Active experimentations reveal previously unknown aspects of your true self, enriching your understanding of who you are and can be.

Embrace the fluidity of this process. Listen to your inner compass, honor your authentic essence, and actively shape your path. Remember, the most fulfilling journey towards your true self is the one you create – a tapestry woven with threads of both finding and creating your unique and ever-evolving self.


Finding & Creating Your True Self: A Guided Meditation

Settle into a comfortable position, closing your eyes if it feels natural. Take a few deep breaths, allowing your body to relax and your mind to settle.

Finding Your Inner Essence:

  1. Imagine yourself standing at the edge of a vast forest. This forest represents your inner landscape, filled with hidden paths and ancient wisdom. Breathe deeply, feeling the connection to the earth beneath your feet and the rustling leaves above.
  2. Step into the forest, allowing curiosity to guide you. As you walk, notice the sights, sounds, and sensations around you. Are there particular trees that draw you in? Do specific paths feel more inviting? Follow your intuition, exploring without judgment.
  3. Encounter a wise elder, sitting beneath a majestic tree. This elder embodies the accumulated wisdom of your life experiences. Ask them: “What is my authentic essence? What lies hidden within me?”
  4. Listen attentively as the elder speaks. Their words may be symbolic, metaphorical, or literal. Receive their message with an open heart, allowing it to resonate within you.
  5. Thank the elder and continue your journey. As you explore the forest deeper, let the elder’s words guide you. What new aspects of yourself do you discover? What talents or values emerge?
  6. When it feels complete, find a clearing bathed in sunlight. Sit amongst the flowers, integrating the insights from your journey. What did you learn about your true self? How can you bring these revelations into your daily life?

Creating Your Vision of Self:

  1. Imagine yourself standing on a mountain peak, overlooking a vast landscape. This landscape represents your potential, filled with possibilities and boundless horizons. Feel the wind caressing your face, the energy of creation flowing through you.
  2. Take a deep breath and envision your ideal self. Who do you want to be? What qualities do you possess? What are you passionate about? What difference do you make in the world? See yourself clearly, feeling the emotions associated with this vision.
  3. Draw a map of your journey towards this ideal self. Mark the obstacles, allies, and resources you might encounter. Choose a specific path to begin, feeling confident and empowered.
  4. Imagine taking your first step on this path. Feel the ground beneath your feet, the determination in your heart. What actions will you take today to move closer to your vision?
  5. As you walk, encounter individuals who embody your desired qualities. Learn from them, ask questions, and feel inspired by their presence. Allow their guidance to illuminate your path.
  6. Reach a higher vantage point on the mountain, overlooking your progress. Celebrate your achievements, acknowledge any challenges, and refine your map as needed. Remember, this is a continuous journey of self-creation.

Bringing the Paths Together:

  1. Imagine the forest and the mountain merging into a single landscape. See how the wisdom of the past (finding) informs the path of your future (creating). Recognize that both are integral aspects of your self-discovery journey.
  2. Stand at the heart of this merged landscape, feeling whole and complete. You are no longer defined solely by finding or creating but by the dynamic interplay of both.
  3. Slowly bring your awareness back to the present moment. Carry the insights from your meditation into your daily life. Remember, your true self is a unique and ever-evolving masterpiece, crafted by both finding and creating your authentic path.

Remember, this is just a framework. Feel free to adapt it to suit your preferences and beliefs. May this meditation guide you on your journey toward discovering and creating your true self?


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Q: What is the difference between “finding” and “creating” my true self?

A: Read the answer above

Q: Is one approach better than the other?

A: Read the answer above

Q: Can I use both approaches? If so, how?

A: Read the answer above

Q: How do I even know what my true self is?

A: Read the answer above

Q: What if I feel lost and have no idea who I want to be?

A: Then wait. Sleep on it and start to remember what you like, and who you admire.

Finding Your True Self:

Q: How do I tap into my intuition and inner wisdom?

A: Read the answer above

Q: What role do past experiences and influences play in shaping my true self?

A: Read the answer above

Q: Can therapy or counseling help me discover my true self?

A: You can and depending on the experience of the counselor you receive help sooner or later.

Q: Are there any specific tools or exercises I can use for self-discovery?

A: Read the answer above

Q: How can I overcome limiting beliefs that hold me back from expressing my true self?

A: You’ve got belief that you’ve got limiting belief. Belief conviction change

Creating Your True Self:

Q: What if I don’t feel passionate about anything? How do I discover my passions?

A: Find out in what activities you spend your time on. What brings you the most joy?

Q: How can I set goals and take action towards becoming the person I want to be?

A: You’re already on the way, repeating time and time activities that bring you joy. The decision lies in your hands. Do you want to be a leader, enhance your practice, search for venues, and offer your experience?

Q: What should I do if I encounter setbacks or failures on my journey?

A: Learn from failure, stand up, and follow your journey. All sorted issues are building blocks of who you are.

Q: How can I stay motivated and inspired to keep creating my true self?

A: Find your community and support group. Dedicate yourself to the evaluation of the progress you are making. Keep diary.

Q: Is it okay to change my mind about who I want to be?

A: It’s fine as long as your body and soul agree with your mind.


Q: How can I balance finding and creating my true self?

A: Balance doesn’t exist. Things are flowing. You’re flowing. Take decisions and follow through. Then take another.

Q: Is it possible to find my true self while also creating it?

A: Yes.

Q: What does it mean to have a “true self” anyway?

A: In my perception, it means that I am aligned in my body, mind, and spirit.

Q: Isn’t the whole concept of a “true self” just a social construct?

A: Life as we know it is a social construct.

Q: How can I use this journey to live a more authentic and fulfilling life?

A: Live first, make theories later.


  • My true self is a mystery, even to me. But let’s be honest, I’m pretty awesome at keeping secrets, even from myself.

  • Tried creating a vision board, but all I could think of was winning the lottery. Is that my true self, or just my crippling student loan debt talking?

  • Me, writing down my desired qualities: “World Domination… Scratch that, just the ability to fold fitted sheets.”

  • My vision board for my future self: “Private island, pet unicorn, endless supply of pizza… oh, and maybe one self-help book for good measure.”

  • Trying a new hobby to discover my true passion: “Turns out, my passion is judging strangers from the comfort of my couch.”

  • Accidentally created my evil twin while manifesting my true self. Now we’re fighting for world domination… or at least the remote control."

  • Tried meditating to silence my inner critic. Now I just have two inner critics arguing about which meditation app is better."

  • My true self is currently under construction. Please be patient as I assemble it from equal parts procrastination and memes."

  • Creating my true self like assembling IKEA furniture: Missing instructions, confusing parts, and a distinct possibility of tears."

  • Decided to create a more “responsible” true self. It lasted 3 hours before ordering takeout and buying that useless gadget I saw online."

  • My true self is a work in progress, much like my sourdough starter. Both require constant attention, questionable ingredients, and the hope of something delicious eventually emerging."

  • Tried journaling to explore my true self. Mostly just wrote to-do lists and complained about the weather. So insightful."

  • Creating my true self feels like trying to sculpt a sandcastle: One wave and it all crumbles. But hey, at least it was fun while it lasted."

  • Accidentally created my true self as a meme-obsessed social media influencer. Send help… and snacks."

  • My true self is constantly evolving, like a Pokemon. What will it be today? A productive Charizard? Or a lazy Snorlax? Stay tuned!

  • I’m pretty sure my true self is a cat. Independent, naps a lot, and judges everyone silently. Nailed it?

  • Creating my true self is like writing a novel: Lots of drafts, revisions, and existential crises. Hopefully, the ending will be good."


  • Finding vs. Creating: Unearthing a hidden gem vs. molding clay into a masterpiece.

  • Introspection vs. Experimentation: Deciphering a cryptic map vs. embarking on an open-ended adventure.

  • Self-Reflection vs. Goal Setting: Polishing a mirror to see your reflection vs. sketching your desired portrait.

  • Values vs. Habits: Pruning a garden to reveal its natural beauty vs. planting seeds to cultivate specific blooms.

  • Potential vs. Growth: Untapped energy waiting to be released vs. a sapling reaching for the sun.

  • Identity vs. Expression: Discovering your unique melody vs. composing a symphony to share.

  • Authenticity vs. Evolution: Uncovering a buried treasure vs. shaping a diamond from rough coal.

  • Inner Voice vs. Self-Belief: Listening to a whisper vs. amplifying your roar.

  • Past Experiences vs. Future Dreams: Deciphering hieroglyphs on ancient walls vs. building a futuristic city.

  • Limitations vs. Potential: Breaking free from a cage vs. spreading your wings to fly.

  • Acceptance vs. Transformation: Recognizing your inherent worth vs. sculpting yourself into a desired form.

  • Comfort Zone vs. Unfamiliar Territory: Exploring a familiar forest path vs. hacking your way through a dense jungle.

  • Self-Discovery vs. Self-Creation: Unearthing a forgotten artifact vs. inventing a revolutionary gadget.

  • Growth Mindset vs. Fixed Mindset: Stretching a rubber band to its limit vs. shaping clay into a rigid mold.

  • Intuition vs. Intention: Following the call of a compass vs. charting your course with a map.

  • Reflection vs. Action: Observing the stars to navigate vs. building your ship to sail the unknown.

  • Self-Awareness vs. Personal Branding: Understanding your inner landscape vs. projecting a curated image.

  • Inner Wisdom vs. External Inspiration: Consulting an ancient oracle vs. seeking guidance from diverse mentors.

  • Personal Journey vs. Collective Experience: Climbing a mountain solo vs. joining a caravan traversing the desert.

  • Lifelong Process vs. Single Destination: Deciphering a never-ending riddle vs. reaching a finish line that keeps shifting.


@book Connirae Andreas; Steve Andreas, 1987; Change Your Mind and Keep the Change: Advanced NLP Submodalities Interventions, ISBN 9780911226294

@book Steve Andreas, 2012, Transforming Your Self: Becoming who you want to be ISBN 978-0-7653-8797-4

@book Andreas, Connirae; Andreas, Tamara 1994; Core transformation: reaching the wellspring within ISBN 0-911226-32-X.

@book Andreas, Connirae 2018; Coming to Wholeness: How to Awaken and Live with Ease ISBN 978-0911226515

@book Mia Tyler 2008; Creating Myself: How I Learned That Beauty Comes in All Shapes, Sizes, and Packages, Including Me, ISBN 978-1416558606

@book John D. Marks, 1991; The Search for the “Manchurian Candidate: The CIA and Mind Control: The Secret History of the Behavioral Sciences ISBN 9780393307948

@book Neil Strauss, 2005; The Game: Penetrating the Secret Society of Pickup Artists ISBN 978-0060554736

@book Shawn Carson, Jess Marion, John Overdurf 2014; Deep Trance Identification: Unconscious Modeling and Mastery for Hypnosis Practitioners, Coaches, and Everyday People ISBN 978-1940254098

@link The Wholeness Work

@link Core Transformation


“What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger.” - Friedrich Nietzsche

  • I have read books, watched videos, attended seminars, and practiced on myself and others. My interest in brainwashing, and mind control which is used in cults has led me to change several times who I am. I found out that becoming is a messy path with important learning along the way. Every choice and decision strengthens and narrows my path. I do recommend that you search for a practitioner who has knowledge, skills, experience, and elegance for your first session.


The question of “finding” versus “creating” your true self isn’t about choosing one path over the other. It’s about weaving a tapestry of your journey, using threads of both discovery and intention. Imagine this tapestry:

  • The warp: This represents the inherent qualities, values, and potential you discover through introspection, reflection, and connecting with your past. It’s the foundation, the essence of who you are at your core.
  • The weft: This symbolizes the experiences, choices, and actions you take to shape your life and express yourself. It’s the growth, the evolution, the conscious molding of who you can become.

As you weave this tapestry, remember:

  • Embrace the interplay: Both finding and creating inform each other. Your insights from self-discovery guide your intentional shaping, and your active creation reveals new aspects of your potential.
  • Celebrate the fluidity: Your true self is not a fixed destination but a vibrant, ever-evolving masterpiece. Be open to change, new experiences, and refining your understanding of who you are.
  • Enjoy the journey: This exploration is not a quest to reach a perfect ending. It’s about appreciating the present moment, embracing the challenges, and celebrating the successes along the way.

Ultimately, your true self is a unique expression, woven from the threads of both finding and creating. Embrace the journey, trust your intuition, and allow the tapestry of your life to unfold with authenticity and beauty. Remember, the most important thread is the one that leads you towards a life you love and feel truly you.

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He is an explorer of the structure of subjective experience, seeking a deeper understanding of how people experience the world through their conscious and subconscious minds. He studies the inner worlds of thoughts, feelings, and sensations that shape our perceptions, behaviors, and choices.
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