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'Lose self to find self' begins with being aware that there is an artificial construct of your internal identity. Embracing the openness that comes with losing yourself allows for a deeper understanding of who you are and who you want to become.

The opportunity of letting go of your identity allows you to become aware of the patterns that have shaped your current perceived reality. It provides insight into areas where improvement is possible in order to pursue your potential.

The process of losing yourself involves shedding layers of your identity and exploring your innerspace. Once those layers are shed, you can rebuild your identity into who you would like to become.


Your inner narrative voice plays a huge role in how you shape your identity. Your internal identity is the story you tell yourself of who you are, and how you relate to your environment.

This continuous stream of thought is the internal storyteller that helps you understand your reality. Be aware, and modify when necesarry how you describe yourself, to yourself.


A proclamation of new identity is dynamic; it is a testament to the continual process of becoming conscious. It is our process of personal evolution.

  • Purpose: Ceremonies are symbolic gestures that act as a proclamation of shedding your former self. These may include rituals like creating a vision board, or participating in activities that symbolize a deliberate release.

  • Impact: Symbolic release allows you to tangibly let go of aspects of your identity that no longer serve you, creating space for new, authentic aspects of you to develop.

Losing self to find self is a liberating process for you to peel away the layers of conditioned identity, embrace vulnerability, and embark on a journey toward a more authentic and fulfilling experience.

“We have the possibility of finding ourselves at a deeper level only when we are really lost” - Bhagavad Gita


LOSE SELF TO FIND SELF is a line of code in Loophole to Happiness, a 585 word operating system for your mind.


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