"Sacred Self" is my neutral term for your own inner GPS.
Having been raised in different cultures we may have, or choose, different words for it.
There has been way too much telling other people what to call their own divinity and how to live or worship, and I'm not going to be part of that; hence "Sacred Self Living".
Your relationship with your Sacred Self is the most important relationship in your life.
I highly respect the uniqueness of each individual's own path to the Divine. Traditional psychology and learning theory asserts the important of mirroring each person's truth. I will mirror yours, and help you learn the habit of mirroring your own Sacred Self.
I believe your Sacred Self, or whatever you call it, will not ever steer you wrong. I am here to assist you in hearing that guidance.
For me, the White Horse suggests a perfect balance of outgoing and receptive energies. Horses are both incredibly strong and exquisitely sensitive and gentle; an example of the integration of opposites.
Our species is evolving toward more balance between the sacred masculine and divine feminine energies, both inside us and outside us. The right-brained, wholistic, intuitive perspective ideally operates as a whole, with the left-brained, linear, step-by step approach.
When we balance these energies (yin and yang) within ourselves, that reflects in our lives and in the life of the collective human consciousness. Our individual balance helps balance our entire species.
White Horse is a very potent symbol or archetype for me, yet you have your own unique spiritual symbols and archetypes.
Discover them if you haven't; feed them daily.
When we are connected to our Sacred Self and we listen, we do get messages and instructions.
Our Sacred Life Purpose may change, or there may be several, or we may just "hear" one step at a time. So, it's crucial to keep asking your Sacred Self for guidance, and keep listening.
Discernment comes from the Sacred Self. I use the word discernment to mean how we judge what is right for us, not others. In my way of thinking discernment and judgement only apply to us as it is not the place of our ego or our Sacred Self to judge or discern another being's path.
It is absolutely our place, and our sacred work, to discern where to put our own sacred energy, time, and attention.
In fact, it is our most important job. We are given this most precious life force, breath, and attention. What are you here for?