Are You Attached to a Self?


Are You Attached to a Self?


Your “self” is your I Am this and that which you are currently operating as, in this moment.

It can and does change and evolve constantly unless you become attached to a specifically defined iteration of this “self”. Which then leads to your EGO helping you to feel good about your current “self” through seeking validation, justification, and then defending it, all while keeping you away from the discomfort of anything that may chanllenge it … even if it is you considering a new and different idea or concept.


About John Halderman
I've been studying about life, how it works and what we can do with it for over 30 years. This has included many religions, philosophies, spirituality, psychology and sciences along with my own personal discovery and growth. Through all this I have come to feel we are all of one source. We have many varied descriptions of this source and our role within it, with a thread of commonality running through them all connecting our oneness. I feel that our putting more attention to this oneness is what will bring us together as one operating force of love and understanding. It is my purpose to help oneness and unity to become our functional reality. John Halderman

One thought on “Are You Attached to a Self?

  1. John, why does this Consciousness identify with this specific person that is me? Why did this Consciousness emerge in this specific space and time and why is it experiencing the Existence through my senses and thoughts? I often fell solipsistic when I think about this questions because, if this Consciousness “choose” to identify with this self that I call “I”, how can be other Consciousnesses currently identifying with other selfs, all of them at the same time?

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