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Who would you be if the world never gave you a label?

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Are you your name? Are you your body? Or your job? Your gender? The family you came from? The colour of your skin? Are you a mother, a sister, a daughter? Are you, as a being, truly the culmination of a label and a bunch of definitions, or are you actually much, much, more?

We live in a world where we keep trying to define us and everyone else.

Well, here’s the thing – a label… a definition… always creates limitation.

It’s our definitions of us, and the ones we buy from other people, that stop us. Because it’s our definitions of us and others that lead to judgment. And judgment is the biggest killer on the planet.  With judgment, we create barriers between us and other people, but also barriers to our own happiness and to our own greatness.

You see, it’s our definition of us, that we we’re not willing to go beyond, that leads to the limited path that we can walk rather than an expansive path of exploring infinite possibilities for your life.

I recently watched this inspiring video by Prince Ea on YouTube

https://youtu.be/q0qD2K2RWkc

As I watched this potent and moving message, I asked myself some questions:

What if we no longer chose smallness over greatness?
What would our world look like without separation, without labels, without judgment?

As Prince Ea says– “When there’s division, there will be conflict.” What if by ending the division and the separation, the conflicts that are occurring all over the world could end too?

And what if ending the division and the separation in the world truly begins when you longer judge and separate from you?

The greatest invitation you can be in your own life, and to the people around you is to not live by the limitations and the labels that you decided you are, or were taught to be, and truly explore what it is to be you, and discover what else you are capable of that you might not have considered before now.

Ask yourself these questions:

  1. Who and what have others labelled and defined me as that if I let that go would allow me to see a different possibility?
  2. What labels and definitions have I put on myself that if I let them go, would invite new and joyful possibilities for me and my life?
  3. If I no longer judged anything about me, what else would be possible?

Big changes in life often start with the simplest of choices.The choice to stop defining you, or anyone else, is a simple, yet powerful choice that we all have.  What choices do you know you can make that would create the world you’d like to live in?

Who is Dr. Dain Heer?

International speaker, author and facilitator of advanced Access Consciousness® workshops worldwide, Dr Dain Heer’s unique and transforming points of view on bodies, money, relationship and creating the future transcend everything currently being taught.

Dr. Heer has a completely different approach to healing. He teaches people to tap into and recognize their own abilities and knowing. The energetic transformation possible is fast — and truly dynamic.

In November 2016 he will be back in Australia and you are invited to experience his “Being You Changing the World” events.

What if you could talk with your body and ask it to heal? What if every “problem” in your life was just a doorway … an invitation … to a different possibility? What would be possible if you created your future, knowing what is really true for you?

Building on Dr. Heer’s book ‘Being You, Changing the World’, in the classes you’ll receive a taste of what BEING YOU is like that is impossible to describe and that you won’t find anywhere else… How big of a life are you willing to have? Is now the time?

Dain Heer

Dr. Dain Heer is an internationally renowned author, speaker and facilitator of consciousness and change. His latest book is 'Being You, Changing the World - Is Now the Time?'. For over 14 years Dain has been inviting people to embrace their true greatness.

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