Truth involves establishing an aware relationship between your inner core and the circumstances in your life. Centering in truth involves the ability to perceive a fundamental wisdom, reflected within yourself and the people you know.

Truth is transformed into power when you dissolve prejudice and make yourself receptive to the world as it really is. Truth’s power can be a remarkable force indeed — yet is rarer than generally imagined. It can be maintained only by cultivating a genuine openness to things as they are — a willingness to see, rather than merely look.

Whenever your inner life is clouded, your influence in the world is under a shadow. If you are fearful, you will be attacked; if you cloak genuine mysteries in dogma, opportunities for new insight will be lost. If you vacillate in upholding your principles, you will be tested. Yet, when you are firm and strong, the power of truth can break through even the most stubborn minds…..

New Story….


Whatever you say and think about yourself is story. Sometimes we can become over focused on repeating themes, definitions and narrow views of ourselves. This habit can create a dull and devitalized experience of reality. If you do not fill your mind with new experiences, new ideas and new versions of yourself……… your sense of self becomes dim, worn…..bored with the same old story. As you explore the depth of healing inside yourself and  face your truth….You can  create space for new stories. When you tell the old stories, tell them a bit differently each time. If you repeat the same story about yourself, then be aware that you are missing an opportunity to gather another perspective from those gems of experience:  joys/ecstasies,  tragedies/ crises. When you speak of your experiences, intend to gain a new awareness to hold a more expanded view….to see what your story can become.