8 Responses to “Being Authentic – Living Your Truth”

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  1. Enjoyed your article and you’ve got a point. I think sadly that so many people are not being their true selves these days because they don’t really know themselves which is a result of years of conditioning and repression of true feelings.
    We can live in love and fear and having experienced both I know which I prefer.

    • Thank you Kath! I would say that living our truth isn’t just an issue “these days”, but for the past several thousand years, very generational. You are right though, most people don’t know what they want out of life, so even when they get the freedom, they don’t know what to do with it when they have it! Practice makes perfect! Glad you’re choosing to live a life of love and TRUTH! Keep at it! <3

  2. Heather

    Loved this excersize so much. Really resonated with not feeling safe with speaking my truth. This has played out much in my life. Thank you so much for this tool to let this go. I have been working deeply on this for some time now. I know my heart is radiant with love. Now i give myself permission to be my true authentic self. So that i now allow my light to shine the being i truly am. Not living in fear any longer. There is truly no freedom in shrinking to help others feel safe around me. I now expand and give everyone around me permission to do the same.Thanks again Nathan keep shinning:)

    • Thank YOU Heather, I am grateful that this resonated with you in this moment. I know you are so full of love too, and I am glad that you are allowing yourself to remember the love that you are and being more authentic with it. You are a gift, let’s keep shining together! <3 Be well Heather!

  3. J.R.

    “Another way parents may make it unsafe for their children to live and tell their truth is by placing them on the defensive with critical statements or questions” Oh my! This is exactly what my sister who I’m currently living with does to my nieces!! It makes me sad that she believes that shouting, threatening & belittling a child is good parenting. I wish people would let go of their story of how they remember their abusive childhood (our own memories aren’t perfect, nor was our perceptions when we were a child) instead of making their children relive it. Anyways, I guess I’m just saying I think you hit the nail on the head here.

    • Wow, great observation JR, if it happened to her, it probably happened to you too, but now that you have tapped it away, it’s impossible to slide back into the old programming, as the new program is now in place. 😉 That’s what I love about EFT, how efficient it is at replacing our old stories with new ones that serve us, and our family better. I think to some degree, most people pass this kind of stuff on to their children though, until of course they learn a better way. Keep on plugging away, my Zen friend!

  4. Thats good stuff Nathan. It never ceases to amaze me that the right thing that we need to deal with exactly what we are going through always shows up. Thanks for sharing the videos with me, I appreciate that!

    • Thanks Morris, I am appreciative that I happened to be the right guy at the right time! I know that just reading your comments (and energy) here and on Facebook are more than enough for me to cause me to crack a HUGE grin! Love ya man!

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