A Voice For Animals


27 APRIL 2020 BLOG 28

Writing my autobiography is no doubt a journey in self-discovery. When writing your autobiography, it’s expected that you include things like the time and place of your birth, an overview of your personality, your likes and dislikes, and the special events that shaped your life. My first step is to gather background information. So…I am meant to write this story using words that show you, the reader, a history of my personal life.

A self-written life story is, of course, quite different from a biography, which is the life story of a person written by someone else. Some people may have their life story written by another person because they don’t believe that they can write well, but they are still considered the author because they are providing the information. It seems, however, that reading autobiographies may be more interesting than reading biographies because you are reading the thoughts of the person instead of someone else’s interpretation.

So, let’s start with the basics. My name is Suzanne Mondoux. I was born June 9, 1966 in Cornwall, Ontario, Canada. Time of birth…hmmm I believe that was 07:34 am.

My likes…well…that’s a life story, isn’t it? These can change over time, and they have.

My dislikes…well…that’s a life story as well, isn’t it? These can change over time and they have as well. The universe, God, source…whatever you call it…provided me with contrast at every moment of my life. This gift is the free will to choose how I’ve come to learn what I want in my life, and what I don’t want in my life. But to have want I want to experience in my life, I must, and there is no denying that this is the law of intention, I must only focus on what I want. I must prepare my vibrational alignment with the experience I desire.

For example, if you keep saying what you don’t want because you believe it will bring you what you do want…guess what? You are focusing all your energy on what you don’t want.  Thank you Ester for this teaching and all my other teachers. Also, as Dandapandi taught me …where my awareness goes in my mind is where my energy flows. I am the master of my awareness. Each moment, I choose where my awareness goes in my mind.

Now…what can I say about the special events that shaped my life? Again, I could write hundreds of pages in answering this one question. Every moment is a special event that has  shaped my life. I can see that now. I didn’t see this before. There were key moments where I was conscious, in an awakened state, connected to my higher self, when a ‘special’ moment would define my life, stemming from one decision, defining the path I would walk on for as long as I decided to walk that path.

When you break down the word autobiography you have ‘auto’ = self, ‘bio’ = life, and ‘graph’ = printed or written.

Deciding to write your own life story shows free will. It is you who decides what to put on paper, isn’t it? Many of us believe our life story is written by someone else. This happens when you are taught to believe that someone else knows you better than you know yourself, you believe other people’s opinions of you, you believe the labels that you are given by your peers and by society, and on and on it goes, instead of knowing that you are the only one who knows you better than anyone else, and that you are the only one who knows what is right for you. I lived this way for a very long time. No one can ever decide or design your life story for you. So…at the end of the day, you decide who writes your life story. I prefer to write my own, thank you very much.