Health & Medical Self-Improvement

How To Listen To (And Live) Your Truth

Knowing what you want is only part of the process in living the life that you dream of.
The transformation really begins when you can start to translate what you want into radical honesty in each moment - honesty with yourself and with everyone in your life.
Once we have connected to our deeper self or core, it is only then that we are even able to access our own truth.
Otherwise, "our truth" is nothing more than our egos petulant desires.
When we are connected to this deep truth it gives us signs and signals about what is and is not in alignment with us.
Our job is just to listen to these signals and act accordingly.
When we do, our life become infinitely more fulfilled.
One of the best cues that we have about whether we are living our truth is our emotional state.
However, to find truth from our emotions they need to be about the current moment and not based off of reliving something that happened in the past.
This is another reason why we need to be clear about our stories so that we can tell the difference between them and our in-the-moment experience.
When we are aware of the feeling of liking something it is in alignment with our deeper truth.
When we are aware of our feelings of discomfort it tells us that something is off, that we are somehow not in alignment with our deeper truth.
The most important part of all of this is listening -listening to yourself and then adjusting when what you are doing is not in alignment with your deep truth.
This means using your emotions, the situations you are in and the things you experience as opportunities to gain information that will teach you about yourself and what you most want.
The challenge here is that when we speak our truth it may bring us loss.
We see that loss and our ego might say that we have made a bad choice -that there is a penalty for living your truth.
This is not really the case.
For example, when you speak your needs in relationships you risk not having them met.
When you are honest with yourself about your work not being satisfying, you may realize that its time to look for new work.
The power of your truth is that when you speak it and live it, transformation really does happen and at times that means letting go of the old so that you can have what your are really desiring.


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