Do you know someone like this?
[Someone who has] a restorative quality about them. Rather than taking energy from others, they’re so full of life that they give energy to others.
Anchored and centered, people who know their Secret Name are dialed into a different channel and marked by a quiet confidence that allows them to heal the world.
But what sets them apart?
And who gave them permission to dance while the rest of us remain frozen in time?
How do they know what part to play?
In reality, we’re the ones playing — they’re actually living. They know something the rest of us don’t.
They know who they are.
They’ve learned their Secret Name.
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I took this passage from Kary Oberbrunner’s new book Your Secret Name, which is about how we can grow into a person like that.
Kary’s book contains a lot of valuable counsel about a biblical view of identity, authenticity and self-esteem. I especially appreciated his discussion questions from chapter five, “Impostor Syndrome.” Take a look:
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