AM: continuing our conversation from yesterday, all you have been learning from this path of I Am is that, above all, it has given you independence.
Me: I definitely feel that way. Being able to know myself, to act based on what my essence dictates, makes me feel independent. I don’t follow what others say. I listen to them, I try to understand them, if something resonates with me, I take it, I incorporate it, if I am interested in interacting with the counterpart, I try to see things from their perspective, but always knowing my independence, my judgment in what my essence dictates, and then, I feel free.
AM: and choosing what determines your independence makes you dependent on your choice.
Me: yes, of course. Feeling independent does not mean being dependent on some things, situations, or people. Obviously, I have a dependency on my family. They are my closest companions on this path, they are my support many times, they are my grounding cable. They are the ones with whom I have chosen to walk this path. They do me good, and I feel good with that dependence. Although sometimes I complain. But it is a complaint of noble feelings.
AM: it doesn’t bother you to be dependent on what you have chosen.
Me: is that I understand that’s where my independence lies. In my choice, and not in having to do it for others. I choose how to do things. I choose if I want to depend on someone at a certain moment. Or be independent in another. It’s a matter of being able to let go at the right time. I try to be consistent with this. To be balanced. Dependence and independence has more to do with certain moments where one or the other option is chosen depending on the case.
AM: your Virginian flexibility makes you more than adaptive to these concepts which you use as a tool in your life path.
Me: I have finally understood that every concept is a tool that, if used correctly, can help us evolve on our path. Why be against it? To what end? I prefer to use that energy in something that serves me in this evolution.
AM: intelligent way of looking at it.
Me: likewise, I want my children, for example, to be independent. Which does not mean that I am available for whatever they need. But without depending on me. Although today they still do.
AM: the independence that you try to develop in them is that of their inner self, which is the only one that is valid for their own evolution. The others are accessories.
Me: I try to give them this knowledge. But I feel that they still do not understand it. They are very impetuous, children. You have to live your own path. But these conversations will be good for you to read when you are ready to read them.
AM: a sure way to know that you will be there on the net for them when they need you.
Me: a sure way to feel that this input will be available to them at the right time.
AM: and it makes you feel good
Me: feeling fulfilled.
AM: a way to leave your legacy
Me: one more way to show them how much I love them.
AM: what will allow them to achieve their own independence.
I invite everyone to watch the video of Matias with the theme of the day
Finally, I encourage everyone to engage in conversation with their own I Am, to listen to what we each have to say to each other. No one else but us can re-signify our own being