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Many of us in deliberate creation circles tune into Abraham-Hicks material.
And we listen to Mike Dooley, Gregg Braden, P’taah, Kryon, Wayne Dyer, Teal Scott, Bashar, Seth, A Course in Miracles … the list goes on.
Often their messages are in alignment. Sometimes we hear conflicting information.
So who’s got it right … how do we tell truth from fiction?
And how do you choose who you rely on for guidance?
I hope you haven’t overlooked your best guru:
It can always only be you.
Yes, we often prefer things delivered on a platter by someone else. And it’s really easy to question our own ability to know the truth.
But it’s worth being able to sift and discern for ourselves, since relying on anyone or anything outside ourselves, 100% without question, can lead to trouble.
There’s a reason everyone doesn’t all agree on what the “truth” is – and that may be because there isn’t just one overriding truth.
(After all, if we each create our own reality – how could there be?)
Which is why looking to someone else to tell you how it is, or expecting/needing everyone to agree with how you think it is, is rather pointless.
Instead … there’s a part of you that knows the truth; that resonates when you hear it.
That inner chord of resonance is worth getting familiar with. So you can feel out your own truth for yourself.
That doesn’t mean we can’t benefit from tuning into others we’re feel drawn to. But if you hear something that doesn’t work for you, let that piece go. It doesn’t mean there isn’t value in the rest of the material if one aspect doesn’t fit.
It also doesn’t mean that if you and your friend resonate with completely different things that one of you is wrong.
Just make sure you’re choosing for yourself, according to what your inner wisdom says.
I myself have misdirected a fair amount of energy asking others what they think of so and so or such and such – looking for external reassurance that I’m plugged in properly rather than conducting an internal integrity check.
My personal signal for knowing my truth when I hear it is that I feel lighter and more empowered. Fear or heaviness is a sign it’s not for me.
What are your tips for recognizing helpful “truths” when you hear them? We’d love to hear how you know when you’ve run across information that serves you.