Who Was That Woman

Who Was That Woman?

Do you ever wonder who you are? I’ve been going through some old boxes, pictures, and things like that, and I found an old photo of myself. I thought, “Who was that woman? Where was that woman? What in the World am I doing?”

That was when my hair was long and blonde. It’s been many colors over the years until Adironnda announced in 2011 that I would stop coloring my hair. In that picture, please note the heels and the sparkly jacket that I do not recognize in the least, nor do I recognize the stairs or anything else.

Tapestry of Our Life

I’m guessing that was the first year I was channeling because that’s what my hair looked like then. I was wearing high heels then because I was still working at KTTS. I stopped wearing heels when I stopped working at KTTS. And I thought, who was that woman? Do you ever look at pictures of yourself and say, “Who was that woman?” Or, “Who was that man?”

All of those parts of ourselves are still within us. Even though some of those parts may not be wonderful or beautiful or have been a lesson we were learning, they’re still a powerful part of who we are. So we don’t want to rip out parts of ourselves. They form the beautiful tapestry of our life. They may be a color in a sparkly gown with blonde hair that you hardly recognize any longer, or they may be something that is a dark place in your life that you don’t want to remember as much.

Cellular Memory

This was a good place in my life, but it wasn’t worthwhile enough to remember. So you see, whether you remember it or not, it’s still in your Akash. It’s still in your record keepers and makes up that beautiful tapestry of you.

That’s the part that the Universe gets to love. That’s the part of you, those maybe dark nights of the soul, those depressive points and things in your brain that say, “Why am I here? What am I doing? Where am I going? What am I not doing?” Blah, blah, blah. You know that old story, and yet you’re here.

I want you to visualize your own sparkly, wonderful picture of yourself and replace any old images you may be ready to integrate. When I say integrate, I mean they’re still in your cellular memory because they’re a part of you.

They’re a part of how you are created, but you’re not in charge of your decision-making factor. Think about yourself the way you choose to think about yourself. Consciousness creates form end of the story—Namaste, y’all. Namaste.

2 thoughts on “Who Was That Woman

  1. Marilyn Harper says:

    Thank you for that Patricia. As I review that I see that there was an addition of one word that changed the context and that word was not. Please remove that as you are in charge of your decision making. My apologies for the error. Have a blessed day!

  2. Patricia says:

    Hello Marilyn: What do you mean by “They’re a part of how you are created, [but you’re not in charge of your decision-making factor.] ” Why are we not in charge?
    Thank you,

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