Are you truthful enough to allow yourself to be truthful? This question keeps popping up in my work with others, whom are ready to embrace their next transformation in life. It has been an important focus point, in these times of change.
We seek for answers on our endless questions, like a thirsty warrior, lost in a desert storm, searching for water.
When answers come our way, we take them in, ready and anxious to seek for other answers, on questions that seem to appear out of nowhere.
Craving, needing and wanting…
The simpler the answer seems, the harder we search for more completeness. Completeness longed for guided by our inner-turmoil, curiosity, and inner-imbalances.
Questions followed often by distractive searching.
Distractive, as we search without understanding the source of our need to know first.
Why is it important to know? Why does it makes you restless? Why does it makes you anxious?
Figure it out, and reassess your need to know. As to become, we surrender to what is. To allow what is, is to achieve serenity within. To achieve serenity within, is to embrace the whole self. To embrace the whole self, is to love the whole self, so the truth is allowed to be seen.
Within our truth lies simplicity; through simplicity we will recognize the key to the doors that lead to All that is.
We are love…to know yourself, is to love yourself.
Now let me ask you, again; Are you truthful enough, to allow yourself to be truthful?