Page 7: Truth Knowing something doesn't necessarily mean you understand it. Just because your Daddy did it that way doesn't mean it's right for you. Just because it was true when you were 8 years old doesn't mean it works for you as an adult. When you're defining your Truth, it's important to honor your history. It took every millisecond of every heartbeat to bring you Here and Now. As important as knowing Who You Are, you need to know Who You Are Not. Try it on. See if it fits. Wear it for a while. Suspend judgment. We cannot allow ego to prevail in this process. Strip yourself of all opinions and attitudes and observe. Become the Watcher who stands aside and sees people and events from a different perspective. Perhaps your Mom or your Dad or your Lover didn't love you the way you needed to be loved...but perhaps they loved you the only way they knew how. If honoring parents or others who have abused you sounds stupid, it is. But perhaps you could Honor Gaia who as your Earth Mother has provided you with all your needs. And the Father sun who shines on all and sustains that Life. What you perceive or 'judge' determines your inner dialogue. What you tell yourself determines your choices. What are you programming into your Story? How you perceive a person, place, event will guild your beliefs. If you allow it, your Beliefs evolve along with your Truth. As you Believe so follows your Truth. Truth is not stagnate. It evolves with the individual as wisdom and experience are gained. Acknowledged feelings, released/expressed authentic emotions create new pathways for the individual to proceed unencumbered by the past. Again, here the question asked is are you the Active Participant or the Victim? Note how your perception of you evolves as your Truth expands. Page 8: Facing your Fears-Soul Twins If you can name it, you can own it. Look closely at what fears creep up behind you when you're alone with your Self. Turn and face it. No matter how 'dark' you judge it to be, it's part of who you are and needs to be reconciled. We embody both Light and Dark. It's who we are. As the Benevolent Goddess, Kwan-Yin, holds her Children close and kisses away their tears they know they are loved and protected. But if you hear glass break in the next room and know your toddler's wandered off, it's not Kwan-Yin who's going to rush through that door. It's Kali. Kali of the Silver Lightning, the cast iron bitch. She will dive in where a legion of angels would fear to
tread. It's not going to be 'Oh, come here, Sweetie, you could be injured!' It's 'NOOOOOO!' as she crosses the room in one step and grabs that child by whatever she can reach to move her baby out of danger. Without the Warrior, without the 'bitch' we would not have the natural aggression we need to survive. Our natural rhythms would be out of sync and we would never make it as a species. Ask yourself, 'What motivates Kali?' The same motivation that moves Kwan-Yin. Protect the Child at all costs. You love that baby beyond reason and safety, and nothing is going to harm that child while you're in the picture. Understand that only by denial and the illusion of control do these 'negative' aspects become dangerous. Embrace the Shadows. They are a part of, not apart from, you. By accepting the 'inner bitch' and allowing that aspect it's place in your life you are no longer denying abundance. Still having trouble?
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