Molding the Clay: Who Am I? πŸΊ


On the journey of self-discovery, we mold who we are, like clay!

1. Dry Clay

Our self-perception is scattered among several pieces when we are on the journey of self-discovery! While putting together the fractured pieces, we ask ourselves, who am I?

2. Muddy Clay

External projections muddy our self-perception when we are molding the clay of who we are. Our clay becomes susceptible to conforming to other people’s expectations!

3. Baked Clay

Clay becomes solid when it gets baked in the heat of self-discovery. When we trust the voice within, we bake ourselves into the unique shapes of our authentic selves!

How do you answer the question, Who Am I? πŸ’—

Intuitive Message

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4 comments

  1. I do not think I could ever concisely answer the question of who I am. Any answer I gave now might be judged years from now as a fictitious version of me. Rather than ever being beaten into a vessel that emerged from a kiln as a solidified and permanent entity, I have been frequently reshaping and reborn to many different iterations of me. All of them were true at the time I filled the space around me in those ways, but they would not ring true to anyone who saw me at any other phase of my life. As someone who tries to listen and learn, I imagine that my edges are still eager to remold themselves daily around an inner core that is committed to love others as fearlessly as possible.

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    • Hi Ariana, thank you for such a beautiful and heartfelt response (which also molds itself around the clay allegory)!!! I found myself resonating with what you share. I too feel as if I am constantly evolving. It’s a bit like living multiple lives in one lifetime. Or, constantly embodying different potentialities of who I could be. Another way I like to look at it is the caterpillar to butterfly metaphor! I thought it was insightful that you said previous selves of you seem “fictitious”, like you have detached from them! I also interpret “fictitious” as an illusory appearance of reality, as if the self we create can only express limited colors of the soul. Haha, an inner core that is grounded in love, that’s beautiful. I wonder if love drives the transformation of continuous expansion in our journeys! I like to think so. πŸ™‚ This comment will stay with me for a long time!

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      • That is truly an epic compliment you have paid me, to say that my comment will stay with you a long time. 🌷The whirlwind of words that incessantly pummel against each other within me were actually utterly stilled to silence by it, and it took me a moment to call them back again. I often think that everything inside me is far too enormous, far too elemental for what the outside of me is capable of showing or bringing forth. Thank you for the generosity of the response and your compliment- the light they have brought into my day has already transformed it into something different/better. I hope you are doing well and are staying safe 😊

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      • A rich inner world! I feel like words have a limited capacity of expressing what we feel, art does that much better! You are so welcome, Ariana! Haha. Thank you for crossing my path. πŸ™‚ Hope you are doing well as well. ❀

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