Aziza Andrea Meza Musa
Before The Work, I suffered. I was invested in creating an identity that would be loved and approved of. I was constantly looking outside of myself for fulfillment. I lived in the fantasy of the future.
When I was 20 years old I understood a simple truth that changed my life forever: when I believed my thoughts I suffered and when I questioned them I didn’t suffer. This was thanks to the enormous blessing of The Work being introduced into my life.
Even though this truth resonated with every single cell of my being, I wasn’t always disciplined with my mind these first years. However, life itself gave me no choice but to question my mind. My grandfather and aunt were assassinated, I was in a car accident that nearly took my life, I experienced unhealthy relationships, I battled through conditions and insecurities of my physical body, I got pregnant without being married, to name a few. Each one of these experiences obliged me to question my thinking and pointed me back to myself. I can honestly say now that my life has been perfect in every single way. I know now that if I have a problem with the world, there has to be a misperception. I truly have experienced that this is a friendly Universe.
I’m a trained psychologist (we could definitely question that), so I know something about tools. In my experience, there is nothing as efficient and profound in true healing than questioning our mind through the four questions and turnarounds of The Work. Through each questioned thought we find true connection to others, joy in the present moment and we liberate ourselves from pain and anxiety a past or future can bring. We begin to live out of who we really are.
There is nothing that gives me more joy than guiding others into the same freedom that I know to be our true nature. It truly is an honor to see myself in you, to question my mind, witnessing yours. I currently facilitate people outside Guatemala via skype or phone and offer in-person sessions with those in my country. I would love to support you in this journey inwards.