Don’t Feed What Isn’t True

I’m loving all the conversations I have been having recently with friends who are as dedicated to digging deeper as I am.

It’s so refreshing and liberating to suddenly be able to see something with eyes of truth instead of it being hidden behind a veil of self-denial. So lovely to recognise what is true and to open my heart and lovingly and gently let it all in.

And all the while those ‘lies’ and stories I uphold….no, they’re not going to go away but the less attention I give to them, the less I tend to them, the less hold they have over me.

It’s so beautiful to suddenly realise that an old pattern that used to run my life has receded into the background and just doesn’t touch me in the way it used to.

I’m so thankful to my lovely friends for the constant reflection, letting me see with much more clarity. And I’m so grateful to be able to see beyond what isn’t true in others as well and connect with them from a much deeper space.

Constantly being honest and opening to this. No-one said it was going to be easy. But then there is no alternative.

Willingness to see and be the Truth. x

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5 Responses to Don’t Feed What Isn’t True

  1. Surround yourself with people who will hold your dreams and aspirations as a reflection when you don’t see them, who keep you inspired and motivated and are grateful for YOU! It’s a beautiful unfolding and one that touches my life and heart daily. Love, light and blessings! ♥

  2. Kama says:

    Beautifully expressed. The best bit and also the scariest bit at times, is that once we have reached this stage of knowing, then there is no turning back. I love that you are embracing the journey x

    • Fiona Stolze says:

      Thanks Kama. Yes, it can be extremely scary until we get clear on which master we are going to follow and stop jumping backwards and forwards. We really have to be what we know, don’t we? And that’s a big challenge at times. x

  3. Hi Fiona,
    Very easy to feed what isn’t true!
    We let others around us do it, and then we start doing it to ourselves, which is the most damaging of all!
    Thanks for the great remimder for us to check to see if we are feeding a non truth, in which case it’s time to replace it with a truth!
    Cheers,
    Gordon

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