portion of an email I sent to someone.
I'll give you my honest opinion here. And it just doesn't apply to you. I think it's pretty much a general (applicable) statement.
I don't think *anyone* really starts to find themself, know themself in this human incarnation until their 30's. That's just been my general observation.
There's just a certain amount of time, of lived experience that is necessary before you can really start 'seeing yourself' more clearly.
This has nothing to do with one's career, or financial situation, or personal relationships (even though it might include ALL those things).
It's more about having anough 'material' to actually form a true sense of identity.
On some level - it's being able to 'de-brainwash' yourself enough, where you actually are having thoughts that truly represent you.
Until someone is in their 30's ... almost everyone is still part of the matrix - despite knowing spiritual information like the Law of One.
That's not a knock on you brother. I think it's a rare individual who can break the chains of societal conditioning before their 30's.