Podcast: Are You a Message in a Bottle?

Podcast: Are You a Message in a Bottle?

 I was talking to a female acquaintance who is single and she told me that when she puts a profile up on a dating site, she considers her profile being a “message in a bottle.”

She writes a note (her profile) about what kind of partner she is looking for, puts it in a bottle (her login identifier) and tosses the bottle into the ocean (searchable profiles by login id on the dating web-site) including the tens of thousands of other daters.  She is hopeful that her bottle will “wash up” on the virtual shore of her desired partner, he will open it, read her message, contact her and personally interact with her.

Her comments made me think about something.  Her analogy about being a “message in a bottle” is how most of us go through life, our own unique message stuck and isolated in our own bottle floating around some kind of personal ocean we live life in.

We are all here to accomplish something extraordinary based on our own unique soul plan.  Yet, we isolate ourselves from others and trap ourselves in our own bottle based on our life experiences, our belief systems, our relationships and our interactions with our friends and family.

What kind of bottle is your message in?  Is it clear, opaque, or does it have a color? Is your bottle glass or plastic?

What is your message, the unique message that is your true, authentic and genuine self that you need to share with the world outside your own bottle?

Are you waiting for someone to open your bottle or can you open it yourself?

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Stephen Lesavich, PhD

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