How wonderful it is to have the opportunity to land in your mailbox again. It is indeed a fascinating relationship we have here, we write something that you then read on your computer or curled up on the couch.
It is our hope that the words become full of life for you as they are for us and that this time in your life also becomes a miracle.
Truth is what brings people closer together!
To tell the truth may sound pompous, something you do under oath in court, but lets bring it down to something much more mundane. This truth has the power to break down your relationships step by step if it is kept locked up, and in contrast, if it is released, it has the ability to fill your life with passion, joy and intimacy.
It may seem innocent to a tell white lie here or there and someone has said that "one time is no time". But if the little white lies are becoming regular, they can easily be stacked into a pile and have a major impact on your relationships without you noticing it. Sometimes we are also trying to convince ourselves that "I do not lie, I'm just not telling the whole truth".
A good friend of ours took part in a course where a major section was all about pretending. What do we pretend in our daily lives? Large and small. It may be that I pretend that I am not really bothered by something that my partner or friend does. It may be that I pretend that I am not afraid or that I know the answer when I do not really have a clue. What you pretend?
Truth begins in yourself. Starting to be true to yourself is to step through the door which says "The path to the joy of life". It may be to no longer lie to yourself about that you are unhappy at your job, that there is som part of your life that you are not satisfied with and that you are terrified to do anything about it.
It may also be to stop tricking yourself into that you are not a fantastic creature of infinite potential, huge possibilites and a capacity to love that surpasses all previous written words of love.
Article: The truth does not live here anymore!
The article of this class is about four warning signs that can be invaluable allies in your relationships if you learn to understand them and make use of them. The article can be found as usual on the link below. If you can not click on the link, you can also copy and paste it into your favourite browser.
As always, you can also download the text so that you can print it or read it in the comfort of your own computer.
''Truth is incontrovertible, malice may attack it and ignorance may deride it, but, in the end, there it is."
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