It can be very difficult for someone to figure out their core ray. There are a couple reasons for this. First, most people have a jumble of different rays that are sitting on top of their core ray. These rays need to be cleared out, by passing their lessons, before the core ray is tackled. Second, a person’s Ego tries to prevent core ray identification. Ego wants to stay alive so, as a survival mechanism, it tries to deny accepting the core ray. Additionally, people have a tendency to want to be a certain ray because they personally feel that being one ray sounds better than being another. All the rays contribute to life in different ways and are an important part of source.
If someone is far along on their spiritual path, finding their core ray may be extremely beneficial for progressing further. For all others, proceed with caution. People who discover their core ray have a tendency to ignore the lessons from the other rays. These lessons are important to experience and pass.
If one is determined to identify their core ray, the easiest way is to examine their own extremes. If a person were to look at the things that they are obsessive over or alternatively hate, they can find their core ray. This works because people feel the most intense emotions from their core ray and have the most difficult time accepting themselves.
Here are a few examples:
– If someone hates motivational speakers, they should look into the root of this. They most likely have the Orange Ray at their core.
– If someone hates when people have to go to work daily, they should look into the root of this. They most likely have the Blue Ray at their core.
– If someone is obsessed with learning new facts and feels a nervous need to learn more, they should look into the root of this. They most likely have the Purple Ray at their core.
Facing oneself can be intimidating but is a necessary step for complete self-realization.