“Don’t call my too; I’m different.”What would you think, if I told that you have another ‘you’? There is me inside me.” says Yunus Emre.

What if you told me that your reactions result from feelings like inadequacy or worthlessness? Anxiety, fear, and anger are all things that you do not feel are part of your’real self’, which is your’self. You might be able to see yourself in a more compassionate light and feel more love for yourself if you realized that your reactions are a result of your ‘acquired selves.

Many events and situations are part of our lives from childhood. Many of these situations and events can lead to negative emotions. Our subconscious begins to form different codes and recordings as a result. Our acquired selves are As these codes and registers grow, new codes and signs appear.

Without exception, each of us is born with pure love, divine consciousness, and every one of our lives. The essence We have, our True selfThis is the unchanging truth of love.

The acquired selves cause us to lose sight of our true self, our reality and ourselves. Our ‘acquired selves’ begin to cover our ‘essential self’ in accordance with our experiences. Over time, we begin to forget ourselves and view our acquired selves instead as our reality.

Reflections on the life experiences that have shaped our self-awareness

As we get older, we see that the characters and venues of our experiences can change but the emotions we feel do not. As adults, we will experience similar feelings of worthlessness if we remember feeling worthless as a child. We have all had situations in which we felt mistreated. Perhaps at work, in bilateral relationships or with those we believe have wronged. If we didn’t receive the love and support we deserved from our parents, or perhaps we were victims of emotional or physical violence, we can’t love ourselves first, then look outside for that love. These and similar life experiences lead to our acquired selves covering our core selves.

Estrangement from oneself

An individual who is not conscious of how his acquired selves influence him might have difficulty understanding himself and his potential limitations. Your purpose in life. He can get lost in his reactions to the emotional and physical cycles he is going through. He might lose sight of his surroundings, and forget to see what has happened through the vibrations of love. In such cases, he might feel unexplained pain or emptiness and even loneliness. These cases are called “unexplained pain”, “emptiness”, and “loneliness”.Pure love can be replaced by self-forgetfulness.

Acquired selves are waiting to be discovered and transformed. It needs to be integrated into the person. The core self starts to emerge and manifest when the acquired selves become one with each other. Doing this is the easiest and most natural way for us to reconnect to our core self. You can also do breathing exercises.

“Your breath touched me deeply, and I was able to see beyond the borders.” – Mevlana

As acquired selves become integrated

You are free from all the burdens you place on yourself, the burdens you don’t have to carry, and all the emotions and memories you still hold. Negative or positiveLabels around you and on you: obligations, restrictions, limitations

Once you experience love, it is easy to forget yourself.

You must first learn to speak the language of love, compassion and kindness towards yourself and others.

You feel unconditional love and acceptance for yourself and your experiences.

You begin to re-discover your life purpose, and who you really are.

Every moment is a chance to reconnect with yourself

You take the first step in your life experience. Take the first step to the most enjoyable The most memorable journey you’ll ever take

Every minute, again and again.

by yourself…

“Breath is the perfect image of Truth (Self).Pir Ziya Inayat Khan

Susi Breathing Exercise

  • Application Frequency

You can use it every day.

  • Time for application

You can use it daily for 10 minutes. You can extend this time period. Over time, the number of people who have used it has increased As needed. This breath can be used at any time that suits the person. It doesn’t matter if you take this breath at night, morning, or noon.

  • Application

The following are the steps to complete the application: Breath is taken through your nose and exhaled through your nose.

The setting should align with the spine straight up. You can support your back with a wall or chair if you find it difficult to sit. When you’re sitting in a seat, make sure your feet are in direct contact with the ground. You may also consider applying a slight chin lock.

Breathing should be done through the nose, and not softly.

Keep your breathing in a relaxed place. (Breath-holding times can only be 1 second. It is important not to force your body or you).

The held breath is exhaled and is even softer than the inhalation.

Susi’s Breathing TechniqueAs with many breathing techniques, there are no time limits for exhalation, inhalation, or holding. The person adapts to his breathing capacity and does not force himself. He may notice an increase in his capacity over time and a longer duration of exhalation, holding and breathing.

Remember that everyone is on a journey of their own.