October 2, 2015

HONESTY: More than doing the “right” thing

TRUE YOU: Intuitive Living Word of the Week

This week’s word: Honesty

Honesty doesn’t necessarily mean doing the “right” thing. Honesty, first and foremost, means being real. Unfortunately, being real is a very difficult expression for most people.

In our culture, we are taught to live up to the expectation. Yet today’s expectations are what create ill-health, unhappy relationships, unbalanced agendas…you name it…all our social and philosophical life issues. So what’s the fix? Honesty.

If instead we were taught to express our truth rather than just being expected to do as we were told, honestly would be your first instinct allowing you to truly communicate your personal beliefs, desires, and creativity without restraint or fear of ridicule…because who can deny you your truth? No one!

When you live from truth, you are capable of saying….”This is what I prefer, and these are my personal habits, cycles, patterns and desires and this is how I choose to live MY life.” And once you state your honest expression, the people and circumstances that don’t match you go away and the people and circumstances that do match you can come into your life in ways that are balanced, supportive, deeper and real.

Honest expression eliminates the need for manipulation and agenda which is where true change is made. If you can’t be honest with yourself…you can’t be honest with the world…if you can’t be honest with the world…you can’t create the fulfillment you desire.

Who are you? What is important to you and why? And can you be honest enough with yourself and others so you can create your ideal life?

Don’t just live to the expectation…be honest and live your truth!

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INTUITIVE Q&A

Michelle DesPres

Clairvoyant medium and life strategist helping you learn to be the TRUE YOU!

 

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  1. This one on honesty to self was SO appropriate to me today. I felt pressured to take on a job when I don’t really want to do it. I said “yes” with reluctance and instant regret . Now the even more uncomfortable moment of telling her I really should have said No. thanks Michelle, perfect timing.

    1. Thanks Debra…I wish I didn’t know the feeling. I’ve done that same thing and I’ve learned its always better to be true to yourself…less back tracking and regret! Glad the message reached you.

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