The Funny Thing About Truth

The funny thing about truth is it is not something we can be taught or something we can learn. The funny thing about truth is we can only know it.

Truth Is not what we think but what we feel.

Truth is not based on what others think or what we are told. Truth is a knowing within us. It is not about believing, proving or refuting, although sometimes it may feel like that is required.

I still cannot say I could prove anything with words or explanation, but I know how truth feels and this feeling has guided most of my life. This feeling is something I am willing to trust and standby.

I also know how it feels when I intentionally do not want to be guided by truth and choose otherwise. I can tell you right now it doesn’t feel nice and usually leaves me in a sticky situation.

Truth for me is something I learn through life experience itself. Truth for me is the same as love – something solid, reliable, known and felt in my heart.


Science Love It or Not

Science is not good or bad. But it can be used both ways.

Science devoid of the heart and only from the mind will produce results that are potentially false or misleading. Results can easily be produced that support the sponsors wishes and are not necessarily the truth. Statistics can be manipulated and the experiments themselves be skewed to show a differing outcome.

Science gets manipulated to provide suitable truths that keep us from questioning the way it is.

But what if science incorporated the heart as well as the mind?
Science that comes from love will always seek to serve mankind. It will ask the pertinent questions and leave no stone unturned in its quest to reveal the truth. It will always aim to unite humanity and lead to a truth that is there equally for one and all.

Science that includes love will ask far reaching questions. Questions about God, love, energy and Universal laws.

People like what science gives them, but not the questions science asks.

The questions that ask us to look at how we are living and what we are doing to ourselves. The questions that ask us to accept that we are responsible for our own conditions, relationships, emotions and health. The questions that ask us to consider that what we experience in life is a result of the choices we make. The questions that ask the meaning of life, where we come from, why are we here…..

But until science marries the intellect with love we will continue to wait for it to truly ask these deep and exposing questions.

To evolve as a human race, it is time WE started asking questions of science, rather than accepting everything we are spoon-fed without question because it suits us to remain blinkered, irresponsible and comfortable.

Is There An App For That?

Is there an app for being amazing?

The app for being amazing resides in our heart.

To install being amazing we need to reboot the heart by opening the app called Love
If Love doesn’t fully install you may need a few other apps first so …
Install Gentleness
Install Self Love
Open Love
Once Love is open establish a connection with Your Soul
Make sure you regularly upgrade your Love app to get the deeper version
Upgrade awareness
Reboot feeling
Install following the heart
Reconnect expressing truth and love
Being amazing is now installed

The Body Knows Best

You may be able to trick me, you can even trick yourself

BUT……You CAN’T trick your BODY.” RH

The body has no hidden agenda it simply is – it says this works for me or this doesn’t. The problem is we don’t listen because we have been taught not to and that knowledge given to us from the outside is more powerful. I have found since listening to Serge Benhayon, that yes indeed the body does know best and it never lets you down.

Sometimes I find it hard to listen to the messages from my body as it shows me how my choices haven’t always been that self-caring or responsible. But what is lovely is when I am being more respectful of what my body requires is how wonderful I feel. That for me is the proof that what Serge lives and shares actually works; that the knowledge of all things is already known within each and every one of us.

Define Yourself – Be Who You Naturally Are

Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself.

Harvey Fierstein

My whole life I recall being told: be quiet, stop talking, don’t shout out the answers, you can’t say that, keep your trap shut, shush, be silent, pipe down, don’t speak out of turn and hold your tongue along with a multitude of other colloquialisms to stop me from verbally expressing myself.

As a young child I was quite the little chatter-box, I would talk and talk and talk and make up little songs. I would say what I felt in the way that I felt it even if that meant saying something out of turn or telling you I didn’t like you. Even if it meant I might get into trouble.

I can recall an aunt and uncle visiting and “my mother saying are you going to kiss uncle so and so goodbye” and me telling her ” No! I wasn’t because he felt like a mean man”. Well you can imagine how that went down.

I can recall telling my teacher ” when you were in you life before this one you had a baby but it died and you were very sad”. She was pretty shocked and asked my parents to come in to have a chat.

I remember many occasions when I spoke of the “people” who would visit my room at night or the “angels” who came and sang with me, only to be told or overhear the adults say that I had a very over active imagination or worse that I was telling lies.

One time, when I was about 4, I told my mother very calmly “you say you love me but you don’t really” very matter of factly like I had commented on the weather or what colour dress she was wearing. She attempted to laugh it off and told me not to be so silly but I could feel it was true. But in that moment I also felt her sadness and her hurt. The hurt she carried from her parents not truly loving her. I was able to feel the lost little girl in her that was crying out to be adored for who she was in the way I wanted her to adore me for all of who I was.

Looking back it was in that moment that I realised that sometimes it didn’t do to speak your mind as people’s feelings got hurt or they reacted to what was said. It pained me to feel their sadness, anger, devastation or loss. It pained me so much that not only did I start to hold back my natural way of expression but I began to withdraw into myself and away from other people.

I was sensitive to the vibe that a person gave off to such an extent that I was able to gauge with whom I could be open and with whom I needed to be guarded. I began to shut myself down like a dimmer switch to suit the mood and adjust to the people around me so they could feel comfortable and I needn’t feel their pain.

I gradually stopped saying what I felt and started saying what I felt others wanted to hear. I compromised my truth and who I was in a desperate attempt not to rock the boat, trigger a reaction or cause offense. I became quieter and quieter but inside it was agony like a pressure was building and I was going to explode.

And explode I did …. in fits of rage and fury, angry at the World for not being “right”, devastated by the emotions I was so intensely aware of, furious at a society that asks us to be nice and good and polite instead of loving and true. Incensed at a World that would not let me be me.

The more I swallowed my words down the more pain I had inside, I felt lost, hopeless, isolated, misunderstood and incredibly lonely. But words are not are the only expression the way my body moved and how I did things altered, there was no tenderness, delicacy or gentleness in my actions. I was nothing like the carefree young child who used to frolic in the long grass with the angels.

Recently I learnt I no longer needed to be this way and through a series of personal development workshops and healing sessions and the choice to live more honestly and loving of who I am I have been able to find my voice again and start to live from who I am inside.

I now trust my feelings and express my truth both with my voice and the way my body is and moves.

Yes occasionally the truth appears to hurt but being silenced by a World that bullies us to be something or someone we are not hurts us so much more.

The Power of Love

We are raised to be nice. We are raised to be good. We are raised to follow the rules and abide by the law. We are raised being told who we are and what we should be.

We were raised from the outside in and forgot that within us is an incredible power, the power of love that we naturally are.

Imagine if we were raised to be love. Imagine if we were raised to be true. Imagine if we were raised to be natural and be all that we are.

What different people we all could be if we connect to our heart and set the love free.
Living from within, knowing who we are, equal brothers from the same star.
Live from your heart and the power of your love. Connected to all and heaven above.
Let your love shine for all to see, so others can remember how to be.
Your purpose in life is just to be you, to return to that which you once knew.
It may take time for us all to get there, but love always wins so never despair.
Answer the call that comes from within, live your love and never give in.
Know you are powerful and that others do see that love is the only way to be.
Live that love everyday, live that love and make it your way.
Never give in and never doubt simply let the love in your heart out.
The power of love is equally there for all and once it is claimed it can never fall.