Listening to your heart and soul, and finding out who you are may not be easy. It is, however, a skill worth developing. This art, when practiced, leads to walking on the to living your truth and fully loving your life.
Listening to your heart and soul, finding out who you are, takes quieting down all the chatter around and within you. In this sacred soul space, you will begin to feel, see and sense your inner knowing. You will develop and enhance your intuition to hear that truth more consistently and understand it with greater clarity. That is how you discover your truth.
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When you do, your attention gets diverted, and you will begin to take action by default. Reacting to life this way, ultimately, will lead you into choices that are not for your highest good and takes you off the path of truth that allows us to be who we truly are.
When you develop and practice this skill, this truth becomes easy to access. Hearing this truth, which has always been there but in hiding waiting for you to see and hear it, becomes a way of life. Much like any skill does that you put into practice! And, this truth is essential to being on the path to joy and abundance.
Developing any of these creates the skill needed to hear, understand and follow this inner knowing.
Journaling ~ gives you time and space to recognize what you are saying to yourself and what you are avoiding hearing. It offers the chance for you to fully see how you are reacting to things and embracing others and uncover and lead by the beauty that is within your soul.
Meditation ~ by quieting the mind and being still, you can hear the whispers of your soul with greater ease. A simple strategy, to begin with, is to sit peacefully focusing on your breath. Allow any thought that comes through your mind to be parked to the side. After a time, you feel, sense and even see, an answer that comes from within.
Mindfulness ~ by listening to what you are saying to yourself and asking if that is your truth, you will begin to understand how your mind may be playing with you. Yare able to decode what is ego-speak and what is wise-talk from within.
Walking in nature ~ There is no better space than a walk in nature that allows chatter around you to quiet down. Here, in the calm, away from the hustle and bustle of life, you uncover hidden horizons that allow your innate wisdom to flow.
Mantras ~ by using mantras (or simply repeating a sound like ommmm) clears the clutter out of our heads that tries to guide us in the wrong direction (all the should’s and would’s that we repeat). By using a mantra, it quiets that misguided inner voice and allows the truth to come up from within.
Aromatherapy ~ scent allows us to step out of our ego-self. By using our senses, we align ourselves with our inner being. We stop the chaos and reconnect to our inner self.
Sound ~ again, by using our senses, we align ourselves with our inner being. Remember how you feel when a music with a good beat comes on? It brings us back to a natural rhythm. Drumming and using chimes can do this well. Simply by tapping a finger on a desk allows you to stop energies that do not support you and bring you back to center.
Clearing your 5th Chakra ~ the throat chakra ~ where our truth resides. Often times, our truth goes into hiding when this chakra is gets stuck. Clearing this space within allows the truth to rise and be understood. It is a great exercise to practice actually using your voice to hear your thoughts and your truth (or reading from your journal aloud). It allows yourself the space to articulate your truth to someone with greater ease.
Another Great Way of Finding Your Truth is by starting where you are right now. You can always deepen the wisdom you already know. Where are you on this journey of finding out who you are and your truth? Discover the SQ™ Assessment!
What do you use to quiet down your mind chatter and get centered to hear your soul’s truth? How do you find your truth?
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