Monday, November 12, 2012

Regards to Your Character

When I meet people and they begin to know my character, the four people/beings I am compared to most are Edgar Cayce, The Dalai Lama, Paramahansa Yogananda, and Yoda (from Star Wars).  It’s always been a wonder to me that over the years, these are the four that I am consistently compared to because I haven’t studied any of their works (I've seen the Star Wars movies, but some of you reading this will only consider Yoda a character). I have also been compared to Joseph Campbell, but that is more of a random comparative and it is usually based on what people have studied throughout their lives.

In my understanding, the comparison to these people is that they are people of knowledge and or of spiritual/universal knowledge.  As people stay in my life as friends and as some become family to me, the comparison stays the same.  There are other descriptive words they use for my character and they are all, over and over again, the most commonly used to describe my character.  This tells me that I come across exactly as I am to the majority of people who I meet and get to know me.

To whom people compare you to, may give you some idea of how you come across or how they are viewing your words or actions.  It may give you insight into yourself, but also can give you insight as to the circle of friends you are creating.

Think about this deeply and if you don’t know, ask your friends and make sure you ask them to be honest with you.  Who are the four people you are compared to the most?  Who do your friends think your character matches?  Think about their answer and then ask yourself if this is the person you want to be. If it is not, then you know you must make adjustments within yourself so that you are who you want to be.  You must adjust your words and your actions so that you are living the life you want to live and your character stands true.

Peace and Love to the Universe!

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