Honoring Our Truth
The kind of truth that feels terrible if you keep it in. Like you are hiding something. Like a piece of your soul.
I've been the one to ask the question:
Why would I tell the truth? I think it's a terrible idea because...says the old me:
If I tell someone the truth about how upset I may be feeling about something they did or something I am thinking inside. They may feel hurt and terrible, then I will feel guilty and terrible, so how about I DON'T say this thing. That way only one person may feel terrible (me) because I am the only one that knows about it. I can handle it.
If I tell someone the truth about how upset I may be feeling about something they did or something I am thinking they may try to change to please me. Comply. Offer a fake version of themselves because the real version didn't do that. I don't want a fake version so I DON'T say this thing and I deal with who I have in front of me. (And possibly resent it and feel like a victim, increasing my negative emotion.)
And so my body answered my question for me. "Why? It said....I'll tell you why."
Because we store negative emotions in our bodies. All over. In the fascia. In the joints. They are heavy. They make us sick. They affect our health. They set us up to sabotage success, deprive us of authenticity and intimacy in our relationships, cause us to procrastinate, avoid, and feel as if we are dying, rusting, from the inside out.
That's why we would want to honor and acknowledge the truth. Which is NOT the same as telling all in a way that can be harmful or destructive.
In this video I'm talking about the 6 steps to honoring the truth, top to bottom. Inside and out so that you can feel free, open up that space in your chest that has been storing secrets and turn it to the sun. Open up to receive more abundance and more love in relationships and success in life. Keep the flow going.
If you need help moving forward and being totally honest with yourself and others, please send me an email. I can help you feel 100 lbs lighter when you learn to let those things go.