Discovering Your Truth

Written by Francoise Rapp

You've heard it said that we create our own realities. Whatever your inner state-of-mind or emotional condition, you will see it reflected inrepparttar situations and people surrounding you. If this is so, then how do you determine whatrepparttar 123963 truth is versus what you have created as your own reality?

The truth is held inrepparttar 123964 moment, and it is your responsibility to feelrepparttar 123965 truth within your heart. Whether you call this intuition or instinct, you can master this skill through regular exercises and meditation.

For years I have practicedrepparttar 123966 methods I will share with you today. As a result, I've been able to live a "true" life. I've enjoyed healthy relationships, made more of what I consider to berepparttar 123967 right decisions, and have experienced a profound sense of knowing what is right for me. Today it is my pleasure to show you how to make this happen in your life, too!

~4-week Program to Discover Your Truth~

Practice these exercises daily for one month to gain wisdom, become grounded, and clear your mind. After four weeks, you will notice an increased sense of truth, allowing you to be more profoundly in-tune with your life path.

Your Evening Ritual: *Light a candle. *Sit quietly and comfortably. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths. *Anoint yourself withrepparttar 123968 following aromatic blend as indicated below. *Say this affirmation aloud: "I am inrepparttar 123969 present and fully appreciate its truth."


Written by Craig Lock


I believe that heredity (the genes that you inherit) have some part in forming attitudes. However, most important in shaping them, isrepparttar family environment, especially in your early childhood:repparttar 123962 impressionable years up torepparttar 123963 age of seven. Also critical are your lifetime experiences and events (whether happy or traumatic) in later years. What is happening in your life today, yesterday and all those past years. There are three areas of life in which your attitudes are formed.

1. A sense of BELONGING which is picked up before birth. The "vibes" inrepparttar 123964 womb ofrepparttar 123965 mother (hard to be a father in this process) will determine whether we are really wanted byrepparttar 123966 mother, and this can determine our degree of security (or insecurity) in later life. You sound just like a psychologist now, Craig.

2. Your sense of WORTH will be determined by your immediate family in your early childhood. They instil in you an inner sense of well-being and of being loved. The role of mothers and fathers is critical inrepparttar 123967 socialization process forrepparttar 123968 development of your attitudes. Their expectations of you play a big part in your life script.

3. Your sense of COMPETENCE will also originate inrepparttar 123969 family environment. That is why it is very important to praise and encourage children. If they are continually reprimanded, children will feel that they can't ever do things right. This then develops intorepparttar 123970 child thinking, "I am a person of no worth who is no good at anything." This attitude grows over time and can be re-inforced inrepparttar 123971 working environment. Even extremely competent business executives can feel insecure on a personal level and have difficulty in personal relationships.


Golda Meier, an earlier Prime Minister of Israel, was once asked what made Israel such a success againstrepparttar 123972 might ofrepparttar 123973 united Arab armies. Israel, as you most probably know, is a small country set inrepparttar 123974 middle of a desert, with virtually no natural resources and no wealth. Meier replied, "All that my country has isrepparttar 123975 spirit of it's people. Ifrepparttar 123976 people lost their spirit, not evenrepparttar 123977 might ofrepparttar 123978 United States of America could save us." A right attitude throughoutrepparttar 123979 country overcame allrepparttar 123980 odds and insurmountable difficulties throughout it's turbulent history.

The top salesman for Bell telephones in America is a quadriplegic. Although he can only blink his eyes and open his mouth, his attitude and perseverance have made him num-ber one. (Stanford University after doing extensive research, said that all success is 87.5% as a result of your attitudes. Your skills, abilities and knowledge make uprepparttar 123981 other 12.5%).


1. Enlistrepparttar 123982 co-operation of a positive close friend that you can confide in. Share your personal goals and dreams. Ignorerepparttar 123983 "knockers" who will try to put you down out of jealousy (the "tall poppy syndrome" so prevalent here in New Zealand; but especially Australia).

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