Caroline Raphael - True Livingness Woman
NAME: Caroline Raphael
LOCATION: Goonellabah, Australia
For the past nine years I have been living in the beautiful Northern region of NSW. I moved over to work with the organisation Universal Medicine. Before that I was a Perth girl through and through. I had a great life, sun, sea and surf and a very successful career as a Psychologist. I was in high demand with a 3 to 4 month waiting list. Yet I knew something was missing.
It wasn’t until I came across the teachings of the Ageless Wisdom, as presented by Serge Benhayon and Universal Medicine that all the pennies dropped. The combination of Psychology with the teachings of the Ages was a very powerful combination and my work and my life has been going from strength to strength since.
For the past nine plus years I have paid attention to my body. My body it turns out has an amazing intelligence that I for the best part of my first 35 years of life tried to numb out and bury under an avalanche of emotions and a ridiculous amount of food.
Since listening to my body I have discovered so much more about myself and just how truly loving and powerful I am. The head can get full of all sorts of thoughts that do not confirm us.
Have you noticed that very rarely do we have thoughts that are uplifting and appreciating, they are usually full of doubt, criticism, judgment and fear. It is rare to find someone who looks ahead and only sees positives in their future; mostly we only see the negative. Since living consciously with my body I only see my future as a positive. Delusional you ask? No absolutely not.
I am constantly assessing and taking responsibility for my choices, assessing whether they are supportive or not and not just for me but for all of humanity. You see you could say I am a humanitarian – not quite sure what the dictionary definition of that word is but for me it means I love people, that I am dedicated to them and I live in a way that serves the all . . . meaning I know every choice I make not only impacts on me it impacts on all those around me. Pretty cool hey, who said responsibility is boring? To me it is the most divine word there is. Taking loving care of myself so I can take loving care of others.
A simple life really, full of nothing but joy, laughter and incredible relationships. I am blessed to have the people I have in my life, but I don’t give anyone credit for that other than me. I have had to work to be the person I am today – letting go of hurts, letting go of ideals and beliefs, so many I can not count. But for starters, how to be a daughter, a sister, a friend, a woman, a colleague. Just those alone stressed me to the point of exhaustion. Trying to be all things for all people, trying to fit into what I believed each role required, by a set of rules and roles that I am not even sure who wrote?
As I have let go of these I now live the true woman that I am; Divinely gorgeous, deeply caring, deeply loving and utterly responsible. As a result, I am now a true friend, sister, daughter, colleague and Woman.