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4036314that I cooperate with myself. I like exploring, learning and discovering in myself things I didn't notice before and let them be and easily part with something that has died and recognize that I misread myself and explore again and find again what chipped off along the way…I like my way and myself at every point of this way
11206645-that I've finally gotten to the point at which I can accept who I am. It's been a long road of being hurt, feeling misunderstood, hard on myself, angry, and worried about what others think. Now I'm able to see myself as whole, worthy, and human. The image I have of that wholeness is a kintsugi pottery bowl; broken, and put back together with gold. And it's where the brokenness is that the beauty lies.
12506708my curiosity to find new ways of knowing/experiencing the world, resilience to find diamonds in dark moments of life, go through the life-death-life cycle coming out with new wisdom/understanding that gives hope to my own life and that of others who are dealing with complex and sometimes painful/dark emotions and experiences as a part of life - being that person who can hold light and dark for myself and others.
13106746-ironically nothing about myself at all. When I feel most connected to what I could describe as a deeper self or source I am a vessel for the energy of all that is. That energy flows through me and I act with grace, beauty, and strength. It’s only when I start to believe that the energy is “me” or “mine” or that I am the source of the greatness – that’s when I don’t like myself. When I start to believe that “I” am great is when I act in ways that are less great. I guess my favorite thing about myself is when I channel the energy well and share it with others to connect, ground, and energize.
29707337-my sense of humour, or in other words my ability to see in all situations a bit of comedy. It helps me to adapt, it serves as a catalyst to process changes and understand another's, to get closer to new realities, to overcome difficult moments and to help others. It protects me, it serves as a shield and it individualizes me, it makes me who I am. It helps me to evolve, to discover new approaches. It gives me perspective, makes me understand how I evolve, what I have left behind and what is part of me today.
44437648- my awareness of the constantly changing nature of self and that my identify will continue to refine over the course of my life based on the privilege of being alive in a world that never stays the same
45357718There is so much that I do not know about myself, and it would be a shame to decide on what I like about myself before I have seen me all. Though, I can sense my ego want to quickly provide an answer to this, with its answer that which it wants others to believe/say based on my subjective view of the world and what is to like (and importantly what is not to be liked); shaped and informed by cultural, religious and other personal and collective inputs. Therefore, my ego’s answer will be limited to my own experiences and view of the world, which is always changing. Ask me having lived in Asia and my answer will be different than having lived in South America and will be different a year ago than today than a year from now. Looking deeper within for an answer, I find a more vulnerable element of myself which is powerless and helpless, and understands fear and shame. When I reflect on this, I do not feel as if it distinguishes me in any way; its not to like or dislike, rather I feel more connected to everything.