Deep down, there are some truths that you know about yourself. Some people are able to accept their truth and then change their lives to live in alignment with their truth. Others either ignore it or run from it. This option can cause long term pain and suffering.
Why are so many people afraid to speak or act on their truth? Because acknowledging it, would mean that you would have to change your life in some way and change is hard.
Imagine when you were young, your doctor told you that you had a slow metabolism. If you gained too much weight, you would just say, it’s because of my metabolism. If you developed a health condition, everything could come back to what your doctor said. Now, what if you realized that your truth was that you could create the metabolism of your choice? What would be different then? Might you have to change your diet? Perhaps exercise? Accepting a truth would mean changing your life and that is hard.
Now what if your truth was wanting to know your purpose in life? What would you have to accept about yourself? Perhaps that you are more powerful than you thought? Perhaps that you are worthy or that you have certain gifts and talents?
Ask yourself, why don’t you want to know the answers to the questions that you are asking? Or even better, why do you only want to know the answers on your terms? What is the alternative you ask? Allowing the answers to flow into you and accept them for what they are.
Are your scared of what others might think of you if lived your truth? Your role in life is not to get others to understand you, it is to release the need to seek others approval.
Go out there and be brave and courageous. Seek your truth and align yourself with it. The world needs you, more than you know.
Dr. Amanda is a non-traditional chiropractor who focuses on Neuro-Optimization in Ottawa, Canada.