- The takeaway from this week’s episode is … emotions will forever keep you from the truth.
- Here’s what this will do for you … you will be able to detect the truth every time.
- Here’s what I want you to do with it … give yourself the opportunity, the time out, to control your emotions, so you remain open to the truth.
What is the truth?
You hear it talked about all the time, but do you really know what it is? How do you know it when you encounter it? A person’s truth is rarely found through their own research. Rather, they believe the truth to be an agreement. Most people only believe in the truth that they agree with ahead of time.
Someone says something to you and you either resonate with it or not. You may fully agree with it, discount it vehemently, or stop and wonder about it before you react. During the time you are wondering about it, is time to do your research. It’s the wonderment effect that is telling you to investigate it further before you make a decision about if it’s true or not.
When you hear something that’s actually the truth, many times a person is so put off or caught off guard by it they immediately reject it as not being true. Dismissing it as something you consider being dispersed by a conspiracy theorist.
Over the centuries famous people who made important discoveries were first deemed, conspiracy theorists. One example is the discovery that the earth was round and not flat, this is still up for debate. Sailing the oceans would not cause them to fall off the edge of a flat earth never to be found again. Or, that the earth and planets revolved around the sun and not vice versa. These truth-tellers were persecuted, imprisoned, stripped of their titles and wealth, and their families were ostracized by society. However, contrary to your mass societal programming, what each one of these so-called “conspiracy theorist” were saying was the absolute truth.
Why did some people believe these truth-tellers? It was how that person felt when they heard what was said. They stopped to think about it. They heard something new and different that they never considered before. They didn’t feel threatened when they heard it. All these reactions have to do with the frequency involved when they first heard it. This frequency is either a feeling or an emotion that resonates within you. It lets you know if you are aligned or not aligned with the truth.
The frequency of truth aligns with a feeling, the frequency of emotion is a misalignment that reacts – distorting the truth.
When you hear something true that you dismiss, you are out of alignment with the oneness. Being excepting of the truth is always based on how you feel when you hear it.
Do you feel loved in the moment or not? Do you feel safe? Do you feel supported? Do you feel like it’s okay to be who you are? Are you free to be yourself, so you can trust yourself? If not, then you are not aligned with the frequency that is the truth.
When wesay we come in truth and love, to us they are the same. Love is a vibration, a frequency you can experience. You get the same experience when you hear the truth because the universal oneness is presenting you with what vibrates at the same frequency – love.
So, the next time someone tells you something that you doubt, don’t react by jumping to a conclusion by attacking or dismissing them. Instead, break the spell of your old patterns, so you can observe how it makes you feel. Do you feel repelled by what you heard or read, or do you feel good because you heard something that feels good to you? Like we said earlier, most people only believe things are true based on what they already agreed with. This is residue from an emotion that continues to resonate within them.
Finding the truth is a process of self-realization.
Whether it’s true or not, or they made it up in their heads – there are so many people that do this that entire groups of people take sides by believing they know the truth. Many times, when the truth is spoken like the world is round, the people didn’t want to hear that. It didn’t compute with what everybody else believed. So, what you must look at is how these people felt once they realized the earth was indeed round … or is it? Did they feel misled? Did they go back and recall how they first heard the earth was flat? Most likely it wasn’t an expert they heard that from, it was mass thinking and belief.
The only emotion you get from mass belief is believing you are right and belonging to what you consider to be the right group. However, when these theories proved wrong after years of torturing and dismissing the truth-tellers, the people who condemned them finally felt the truth for what it was. Even if they didn’t want to believe the earth was round or that it revolved around the sun they eventually gave in and buried their old wrong beliefs.
We are astounded at how a person can be presented with so much proof and research, yet they remain stuck in their misguided beliefs and hang onto them until the day they die.
CALL TO ACTION:
When you hear someone say something, immediately ask yourself, “how does that make me feel.”
Observe how what you heard or read makes you feel … angry, inquisitive, doubtful, or curious? Then become radically present, so you can determine for yourself what the absolute truth is.
Follow your own path to determine the truth. Before you decide, ask yourself; does it make you feel loved? … even when it’s not what you wanted to hear.
HOW IT WORKS: People are heading into a whole lot of truth that they are not going to like. However, that doesn’t mean it’s not the truth. So, now that you know how to get to the truth, how are you going to deal with it when it demands your attention?
In short, stay present, don’t take anything personally, and observe so you don’t react with judgment to the truth. Write down what you are feeling about the truth without injecting emotional energy into it. Use my book, My Journal Writing, to flush out the truth. Love will point you in the right direction no matter how difficult the truth may be at times.
Remember, emotions are past tense and feelings provide present moment feedback. The choice is clear. ~ Linda Deir