true to yourself
Being true to yourself IS being true to God.
And it’s the ONLY way you can be true to God.
And it’s the ONLY way you can be true to God.
Being true to yourself
We are to be obedient to ourselves - true to our feelings, obedient to our feelings. We don’t have to be obedient to anyone else, not our parents, not even to God in the incorrect way we use the word. We are to only be obedient to ourselves, our own truth, to live that truth truly. So you don’t lie because you don’t want to be untrue to yourself. It’s not about lying because it’s a sin against God who will punish you if you do. You don’t lie because first and foremost it’s going against yourself, it’s being untrue so hurting yourself. And if you are untrue to yourself, then so too are you untrue to God. So when you’re untrue to yourself you feel bad, your bad feelings being there to show you that you’re not being right, and giving you the chance to find out why you’re feeling them by expressing and wanting to uncover the truth of them. And when you do, then you can see where you’ve gone wrong, that being where you’ve gone against yourself, or where you’ve been disobedient to your truth, and can stop being so. Our feelings are there to keep us going in the right direction, so show us when we stray from the truth of being true to ourselves. However, as mostly we’ve been led so astray, and we’re so untrue because of our unloving childhoods, our feelings are not always coming from truth, being generated if you like by our corrupt minds. But still to fix this problem the same principle applies, they are still feelings, and we can still strive to express them and uncover the truth of why we’re feeling them, which will then show up the places were we’re allowing and even demanding our mind to have such control over us. Express all feelings and long to know the truth of them, and slowly you’ll be led to living true to yourself, and of course, true to God.
Living untrue is not a sin against God as such, but a sin against yourself. It’s not hurting God, but it is hurting yourself. And it’s not God’s forgiveness one need seek but forgiveness of oneself, which comes as you express all the bad feelings and start to uncover the reasons why you are doing the unloving things to yourself. As the truth comes, you start to feel more caring and sorry for yourself. You start to see why you’re in such a wrong, evil and terrible state. You start to understand, it does all make sense, and then it’s not so much about forgiveness, but acceptance. Through self-acceptance, and that’s true self-acceptance, all through your feelings and their expression, and not by using your mind pretending and believing you are being forgiving, that you come to accept all of yourself, all how good and bad you are. And you wake to understanding, and better still, feeling, it’s all okay, it’s all how you’re meant to be. But of course all the bad things you won’t want to be, and so will no longer be, as you fully accept yourself being them. Once you see the whole truth of why you are bad, then you’ll no longer be bad, you’ll no longer be that bad person and will no longer feel bad.
We are to always maintain the focus on ourselves. Of course we can pray and long to be with God, focusing our desire to be at one with God and long for God’s Divine Love, but always must we also and first ensure that we’re fully focused on our feelings all the time, and not just putting them aside in preference for being with God. And often your feelings will make you focus on some other aspect of yourself or something else other than God, so we need to keep honouring them, accepting we have them, going with them, expressing them and seeking the truth of them. And even if it takes us seemingly forever to get our focus truly on God because our feelings seem to always get in the way making us feel we want to do other things, then that’s where we’ve got to go first. We’ve got to bring out all the hidden repressed feeling stuff within us, and gradually we find as that leaves and is resolved within us, that we then stay naturally attuned and focused on ourself - our feelings, with our feelings leading us to focusing on God.
We are not to jump over our feelings with our mind at any time. Our minds are conditioned so that we should be this way and that, do this and that, should and shouldn’t, and mostly all to keep our true feelings suppressed, to stop them interfering with it, with our mind and beliefs being the important things. So when you start to honour your feelings preferring to go with them instead, they will very quickly bring into conflict with your mind, and then the hard work starts. Then to stay with your feelings you have to start speaking about them all with the desire to uncover the truth of what they are there to show you, a lot of which will be about how your mind is preventing you from following them.
We are not to follow Jesus as such, we’re to follow our feelings. And if we live absolutely true to our feelings then we’ll be living as Jesus does, as he did on Earth, and so we’ll be doing as he does. Jesus and Mary Magdalene live true to their feelings, and so that’s what we’re meant to do. Only the Evil Ones have said no, you can’t do that, you have to live true to us, and our minds have taken over trying to be obedient to those who will lead us astray - away from our true self. And our parents have taken over from the spirit Evil Ones. So unknowingly our parents led us away from ourselves and we then carry on the good works, but in the end it makes us feel bad. And so it’s back to accepting our bad feelings and using them to guide us back to the truth of ourselves - our true self.
We go around and around trying to work out what’s the best thing to do, how should we be, driving ourselves into a state of frustration, anger and then complete resignation of ‘I don’t know’. And it’s all good so long as you’re expressing all your feelings along the way and longing to uncover the truth of them. And in the end it doesn’t matter what the outcome is, because as you will feel, the only thing one needs to do is keep going expressing and seeking the truth of ones feelings. It’s all ONLY about your feelings. Your mind will come along sorting things out and putting things into place, but all so long as your feelings are first.
Being true to God
It’s not about doing things to be true to God, to do God’s will: praying to Jesus, meditating, thinking and believing the right things, doing good works or whatever, it’s simply about becoming true to our own soul, for when we are, then naturally we’re also true to God, and so living God’s will. So we don’t need to understand the Bible, the Urantia Book or anything else trying to live the correct way according to what someone or something else says, we just have to live true to our own feelings. And to achieve that, means doing your healing. We don’t need someone else to tell us how to be, we only need to live true to our soul, to the feelings that come from it; true to ourselves, for we are the ‘living book of truth’. However, as we were made to leave ourselves, we have to work to come back to ourselves. We’re not meant to come back to God, we’re meant to come back to ourselves where God is. We are not God, but we are a soul and if we live true to it, then we’re living true to He and She who created our soul.
It’s our feelings that help us express our personality in Creation, thereby expanding and evolving our experiences of truth. Beliefs can interfere with and retard our feeling experience, limiting out personality growth. Our lives are all about our personality growth, and living true to our feelings ensures we maximise such growth. How we live in evil limits our personality expansion and growth as we’re not growing in truth. And so we limit our feeling expression by denying so many of them.
It's all very simple,
at least to understand:
Live true to yourself,
true to your feelings.
And you'll be living the highest and truest spiritual path you can.
All else involves living untrue to yourself because you are denying your feelings in some way.
And will only keep you from your true path.