Question: Supposedly, the primal self is one of the last things you work on. But in Mother Mary’s visualization for dealing with a primal self, she states that it is actually the first thing you should resolve and at all selves that are come afterwards will be easier to dismantle after you have dealt with a primal self. Having recognized a great number of unresolved separate selves in myself. I am having trouble discerning where one self ends and the other begins. I recognize traumas from my childhood and traumas from things that I cannot yet put my finger on. I get the feeling that certain selves are impossible to dismantle without having resolved the primal self. Because the moment I try to look at it, my primal self will prevent me from seeing things objectively. What is the order in which we should be dealing with these separate selves? And am I right for thinking that would be a waste of time to look at certain separate selves, like childhood traumas before I resolve the primal self, or is it the other way around that I will not be able to resolve the primal self without having gone layer by layer, from the most recent self down?
Answer from the Ascended Master Mother Mary through Kim Michaels. This answer was given during the 2020 Webinar – Choosing America’s Future.
Well, you need to recognize here that this question is asked from the linear analytical mind. You are trying to categorize and analyze these separate selves, and you are asking the question about what you should work on first. But this is an individual matter. For some people, it will be possible to relatively quickly go to the primal self, and resolve that, and if you can do that, it will be easier to resolve the selves that were created after the primal self, because they are based on it. Once you have seen the illusion of the primal self, it is more easy to see the illusion of the others. If you go the other way around and start with a more recent selves, then you will not be able to see through the illusion that a primal self is based on which means that for every separate self, you have to discover its own illusion. And it is more difficult to do, it is not impossible.
However, the question about which ones you should start on is, as I said, individual, and the bottom line is simply this, whatever selves come up, you start working on that. Whatever self you become aware of, as you read the books, whatever stands out in your mind, this is what you work on until you resolve that, then you take the next one and the next one. You can still use the exercise that I have given in healing your spiritual traumas, where you go through the different levels into the theater, and you work on whatever self comes up in that process. You do not even need to necessarily think about whether this is the primal self or not, you just take one self at a time, work on resolving that, then take the next and the next as they come up. Do not overthink it, do not over analyze, simply start with the most obvious self that comes up and then go from there.
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