Don’t Be Afraid To Speak Your Truth, But Be Forewarned…
Speak your truth.
Yes, it’s true, we should all be aloud to speak our truth. Freedom of speech, after all! But just like freedom of speech, speaking your truth does not mean that you are protected from the repercussions. Opinions are like assholes, everybody’s got one. Experiences are filtered through your beliefs, which happen to be the foundation of your opinions.
You see, it’s “your” truth, not “the” truth. Your truth is just a version, an interpretation of “the” truth, and it can be as close to the absolute or as far away from the absolute as your current place in your spiritual evolution allows you to understand.
So, sure – speak your truth. BUT, as the saying goes…
But we should be able to be who we are and believe what we believe!
Yes, that’s true, too, so long as you take one thing into consideration:
You have to be prepared for the inevitable lesson that what you find to be an absolute truth today will eventually no longer be so at some point in the future.
That’s the nature of evolution. Things change. You find out new information and what you once thought was a solid experience suddenly is seen in a new light, and you realize that perhaps what you originally thought wasn’t quite the way it actually was.
The problem with “speak your truth” is that people can become attached to that experience, and dependent on that experience, and they incorporate that experience into part of their identity, and then later when they find new information that broadens their original view, it creates an internal crisis, and they fall apart. The hard lesson learned.
I find that the best way to handle such things is to find a healthy balance between belief and skepticism, remain detached from the experience itself and refrain from making any conclusions about intuitive information until such a time as you’ve gotten “all the facts” so to speak.
Simply hold that thing as a possibility that may be proven right – or wrong – at any point in the near future. File it away under the “curios information” folder and see what else accumulates as you go along.