The long walk home.

image‘The long walk home’ is something that I like to use to describe the journey back to self. One might wonder what does this mean? And how may a person ever be separate from self? Well there are several ways.. As we exist as parts of two separate consciousnesses, ‘the ego, identity self’, and ‘the soul awareness self’, it is very possible to be misplaced somewhere in between. We see this very often in our daily lives and in greater numbers in today’s societies, with people opting to conceal and repress their displacement with destructive and obsessive behaviours. You will notice people excessively drinking, no matter how it may affect them or their health, you may find others engaging in careless, frivolous and irresponsible behaviour. These are all ways that the little self, (the egoic) self attempts to conceal its disassociation with the soul awareness, and where bruises of the heart and mind are stored to create blockages. When we are in conjunction and union with both the ego self, and the soul awareness self, we can listen carefully to the needs and demands of the soul, and therefore actively fulfil our soul purpose. My belief is that ailments such as anxiety and depression exist, no because we are broken or non fixable, but because we have let our fragile and upset ego self act in ways that contradict the needs of our soul. Many painful memories are also suppressed within the ego self, as it is aware that it has to present a certain image and bravado, void of emotion to the external world. This is where the break down and misfortune begin to occur. Many of those who believe that they actually suffer with anxiety and social anxieties, are very likely to be empaths, hyper sensitives as their anxious reaction may be due to the energies of others that they are absorbing. For more information or help with this subject, visit me at or email me at


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