“Who am I?” is the oldest question human beings have asked themselves, closely followed by, “Where do I come from?” and “Where am I going?” The Hermetists have called this trinity of questions “The Questions of the Sphinx”, because they are the basis of the most important enquiries that men and women have made throughout history. The answer to “Who am I?” is simple and yet complicated at the same time, since we’re used to seeing and identifying ourselves only with what our physical senses and current knowledge can perceive.
We live in a time where our identity is frequently lost. The phrase “Know Thyself” goes back to centuries ago, when the great Greek philosophers such as Socrates explained the importance of knowing who we are in reality, so we could build a true spiritual and physical temple of wisdom, peace and abundance.
But how do we know who we are? How do we discover who that person we see in the mirror everyday truly is?
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