Have you ever had the courage to really stand in your truth no matter how vulnerable you feel or embarrassing you think it is?
Life can throw us many challenges and often be compounded to receive all at once (as a nice gift). As a human we experience many different emotions and often our emotions are triggered to a memory point where a similar situation caused us perceived pain so we react with the same pain we experienced in the past even if we don’t know that. Someone may treat us badly and do something that we absolutely feel so much hate and anger towards them because we are living in our head and not our heart.
Their actions are nearly always a reflection of who they are and not who you are but having said that the triggered emotions just aren’t accepting that as true in the moment. So we take their actions or words personally and it triggers feelings of unworthiness or rejection because somewhere in our past we have felt those strong emotions before. We all have. No one is immune from feeling pain. Some choose to block it and bury it which is even worse because unresolved emotions come back with even more of a punch and much harder to transform into light having been concreted to your insides for so long.
Hiding our truth is prevalent in our society because as humans we tend to always feel like to be accepted and loved we need to please everybody else and not ourselves. WRONG.
This conditioning keeps us living in our head to the point where we forget who we even were. We even begin to believe the lies we tell ourselves because our truth is no more important than someone else’s truth.
Getting to a point in your life where you feel you have no choice but to stand in your truth is a very hard, tough road. Standing in your truth requires complete naked vulnerability regardless of the outcome of what you speak. You feel naked, exposed and vulnerable to being hurt. Vulnerability is an interesting thing because most of us think it is a sign of weakness when in fact its the complete opposite! It takes complete courage to stand in your truth and be vulnerable.
Therefore most of us accept that our circumstances are where we need to stay. We don’t want to rock the boat or risk losing the love of others so we hide, deny and shrink ourselves. An awakened person will eventually realise they can no longer pretend or deny who they are , stand in their truth and let God/the universe show you the results of your courage.
I encourage you to dig deep, move from your head to your heart and seek your truth. Stand in it and watch your life turn around.