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There is no one alive who is Youer than You, and this is truer than true!...:-)

From: Max L.
Sent on: Wednesday, June 27, 2012 4:51 PM

“Today you are You, that is truer than true. There is no one alive who is Youer than You.” - Dr. Seuss

Dr. Seuss' comment above is undoubtedly truer than true. However, a question built in to that statement is one that might look something like this, "But who is the I that is me, really?

Here is a universally human question: "Who am I?" Literally, everybody asks this question of themselves from time to time. One would think that it would be a simple enough question to answer. After all, I am I so if anyone should know who I am, it would be me. Right? Well, hummmmmmm, maybe. The reality is that the answer to that question for many of us, seems to be forever elusive, hiding somewhere in the shadows…

Oh-my, oh-my, who am I? Who am I

Eckhart Tolle, author of "The Power of Now" sheds a brilliant light on this topic. After many years of severe depression and suicidal impulses, one day he wakes up in the darkness of an early morning, and find himself thinking "I can't live with myself anymore!" This had no doubt happened on other occasions, but this time a new thought pattern miraculously appears "If I can't live with myself anymore, there must be two of me!"? If so, who is the I that can't live with me?

He went on for a while pondering that question "Who is I and who is me?" and eventually drifted back to sleep. He then woke up the following morning with a resolution to that challenging question. On that bright morning he saw the world in a whole new and beautiful way; he had finally made peace between the I and the me...(Rick Nichols)

You are invited to join us Wednesday, July 18, 2012 at Grand Canal Hotel as Rick Nichols and his imaginary friend Eagerlet take us on a delightfully informative journey of self-identity and belonging. The evening will be a grand adventure through which you are sure to gain valuable insight on the truth of who you really are.

By the end of the evening, similarly to what happened to Echkart Tolle, we will have clearly identified exactly how is the I, who is the me, and how to join them in holy matrimony. And we promise, the honeymoon will begin immediately after the evening:-)!

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