Who am I?

Who am I?

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I started my self-knowledge process many years ago. As you get to know yourself, you start to recognise that during our life’s, humans do experience metamorphosis several times, exchanging one identity to another.

Even when you’re grown up, your identity is not fixed. Any transition serious enough to alter your definition of self will require not just small adjustments in your way of living and thinking, but a full-on metamorphosis.

So, who are you?

Although I loved many aspects of my career in the corporate world, when I was confronted with motherhood at age 32, in the midst of a successful career, elements of the Self came into conflict.

I discover that unconditional love exists but also that my life will never be the same again, the catalytic event was set.

We call this phase one: Meltdown-Death and Rebirth, the first phase of the change cycle is the scariest, especially because we aren’t taught to expect it.

-Did you know the first thing the caterpillar does in this phase, in her cocoon is to dissolve?

Martha Beck, in Steering by starlight, called this process initially, as the three stages of steering by starlight to live from the stargazers vantage point.1