What do you want and why do you want it?
One of the most powerful ways that I see people getting closer to discovering their truth is by asking and answering thoughtful questions, and those are two of the best questions that you can ask yourself when you’re trying to discover your truth.
I want the truth about who I am and what I came here to do, and since you clicked on this episode, I’m guessing that you do too.
In this episode, I’m talking about how we lose our truth as we grow up and how to get back to it. I’m also sharing three tools that we all have within us that you can use to discover your truth.
In Today’s Episode We Discuss:
- Asking yourself what you want and why you want it
- Looking at problems as opportunities to learn and grow
- The danger of creating expectations
- How knowing your truth eliminates fear
- Why you should think like you did when you were a child
- Making decisions about your truth and who you are
- How to not just do more, but be more
- Using your attention, memory, and imagination as tools to find your truth
What beliefs do you carry that are hiding the truth from you? I want you to write that down and do some reflection. Work through your beliefs to discover your truth.
The best tools that you have on your journey towards the truth are your attention, memory, and imagination. I hope this episode shows you how to use them to find what you are looking for.
Find me over on Instagram and let me know what comes up for you when you do this work! I’m sharing some of my truths with you, but I’d love to hear yours!
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