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March 11, 2019

The Most Important Question.

Who am I? 

I have many titles-

wife, mom, sister, daughter, friend, yogi, healer, teacher, student, spiritual director, God mother

I have had these titles-

single, married, divorced, hairdresser, rocker, wild teenager, 20 year old, 30 year old, 40 year old

I’m about to get a few more titles-

50 year old, minister and some day I will be known as grandmother

Who am I? It seems to be always changing.

Sometimes we can think we are these titles and make this our identity. But truly these are just roles we are playing in the drama of life. 

So who am I? 

There’s a saying that helps answer this question, “you are a spiritual being having a human experience.” When I remember this, I connect to who I AM. The Godfather of yoga, B.K.S. Iyengar says, “you do not have a soul, you have a body, you are a soul.” 

The days will have more light now, lets remember the Divine spark of Light of who you are.

I will end with a beautiful quote from Deepak Chopra, “Your only identity is I AM undefined and infinite. Any label you give yourself limits yourself.”

Namaste,

Biffy & the Angels

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seafox1951 Mar 11, 2019 11:59am

Sounds like a journey is about to begin.

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Elizabeth Cotter

Biffy Cotter is the Spiritual Director for Yoga Shala Sacramento, a yoga teacher, shamanic healer and minister. Biffy is married and has 3 children. Some of the students and teachers call her “Mama.” For the over 20 years Biffy has been devoted to walking a spiritual path that has led to an Awakening. With this awakening she receives healing energy, visions, and guidance from the Great Spirit, Angels and Spirit guides. She spends her days enjoying the beauty of Mother Nature, doing shamanic healings and ministry service work for the sick, dying and needy. Biffy also loves to be with her beloved family and spiritual community in Sacramento California.