The lies you tell yourself keep you stuck in living a limited life and cause suffering.

We have all lied to ourselves and others at some point of our lives, about who we are, what we think, what we have done.

Deep down our fear is “If you really know who I am or what I have done, then you won’t love me.”

We are afraid of losing love or losing the life that we have. Living in fear is not freedom.

The truth will set you free and open you to receiving all the bigger blessings that life has in store for you.

It requires real courage. It requires the willingness to not compromise your heart, even if it means being alone.

It’s true that in the process of speaking your truth, you may lose people, relationships may end, old structures might crumble.

Know that you are clearing the space to be open to what is right for you.

Whatever falls away as a result of speaking your truth, is likely no longer aligned with who you are now. Speaking your truth clears out whatever is no longer in sync with your highest good.

You must be willing to let go of what no longer works to experience the life you really want.

Our fear sometimes convinces us that we shouldn’t speak our truth with a loved one because they will be hurt or because they can’t handle it. When the truth is WE are actually afraid.

The truth serves everyone, even if it doesn’t seem that way at first.

It’s when you speak your truth, with love of course, that you serve another soul’s evolution. The truth brings to the surface whatever may have been unresolved in order to be released.

The truth invites all those involved to get real with what they feel, where they stand and what they really want. The truth is a gift.

Here are some key questions to ask yourself:

1) What lies have you been telling yourself?

2) What are you pretending to not know?

3) What has it been costing you?

4) What is it that you are afraid will happen if you speak your truth?

5) What great things may happen as a result of speaking your truth?

6) Who do you need to be truthful with?

When you tell yourself the truth, you acknowledge the reality of where things are now. Then you have the power to change your situation and create a different reality.

You hold the lock and you hold the key to your freedom.

No one else.

Tell the truth and set yourself and those around you free.

Telling the truth to yourself and others is the first step to freedom. It’s in your hands.



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