Sometimes in the middle of an important issue that crops up in life, we sense that there is perhaps a hidden truth to the carefully crafted answers one receives. But is it our perception that these answers seem so genuine despite our feelings? Or could they be out-right lies? There are always people who are like leopards who cannot change their spots and behaviour. Their attitude is one of hidden or half truths and they tell it like they are doing us a massive favour while at the same time lying.
If we perceive a greater issue behind it, I’d say follow one’s instincts or feelings. They are always our best guides. Remember, if we feel good about a project, we are more likely to succeed. If there is still some uncertainty, find out more. But if we sense a danger like fog, our perceptions with our feelings are like an early warning system to stop us from sailing headlong into the reef.
Finding The Hidden Truth
“It’s a trap!” If your instincts or feelings coupled with strong emotions riddle you with fear, then even if whatever you have been offered sounds fantastic with all the necessary paperwork, avoid it. You see, no amount of questioning will ever reveal the real truth behind liars’ proposals. Their interpretation can take many years to be played out which will then reveal something unsavoury or indeed deadly. Indeed, if one can recall the dangers kids are exposed to. Remember the number of mining deals that turned out to be dealt to many by charlatans?
Are there ways to find more hidden truths? Yes, there are but information and truth are often mired in jargon. Financial statements in business deals can reveal absolutely nothing but misleading information. But what if that information would put your child or a bunch of school kids at risk? How can one know about endeavours that are so far away just by relying on the goodwill and truth of the one or people giving you the information?
Understand The Higher Truth
I learnt to have a great respect and acknowledgement for the power of the universal energy that tells us far more than words can. It has taken much trust in myself to know to follow my feelings. You see, what may seem like a risk to many people may not be for me. It all depends on my feelings about it. I dive into otherwise awful stuff to many but I know that I will find the valuable thing within. That is the higher truth telling me to go ahead and achieve what I am intending to achieve. This higher truth is also called many things like: angel on your shoulder, holy whispers, God, the soul, law of attraction, intuition, universal energy, the collective, and many more. The most important thing here is not to say you must trust these ‘voices’. It is to trust in yourself that makes this magic happen.
One hears of people being forewarned by dreams. It’s like there is a scenario being played out about that endeavour being offered to you, but with a twist. Perhaps your perception during your waking hours did not tell you the right interpretation. My mentors have taught me to use my dreams as the interpreter. For example, once I was unsure about an offer for a trip with a business acquaintance. I put myself into a relaxed state and asked to be enlightened by the offer in my dreams. I was awakened by a warning of an old lady in white telling me that there is danger. True enough, because I declined the offer, I was safe as travel restrictions were imposed in that country for over six months because of a civil unrest.
Use Your Feelings As Your Guide
Don’t just throw caution to the wind. There is something you can do to assure yourself. To understand to proceed or not in a proposal that requires much effort, resources or safety, I’d say always use that gut feeling. That intuition or feeling about the energy of truth or lies is always the best thing to follow. Trust in yourself first before you trust anything else. The best guide you have is you as you are asking the universe for the answers and that is what you have been given.
But what can you do if you have already embarked on that mission and are having bad feelings about it and it’s too late to turn back? Get out of it. However, if you can’t then do this: recently, I recalled a lesson a friend taught me during a terrible time of danger long ago. He said to relax and put all your thoughts into envisioning a happy, safe place that you are in NOW. Deliberately talk yourself into feeling you are safe and in a safe place. Do them till you sleep and dream of it. Happily, we did escape a very hard situation because we were inadvertently left behind. But in my case, it was a storm that passed.
If something no matter how much of a fantastic opportunity it is give you that fearful feeling, it will not work out for you anyway, so ditch it. Go with something that makes you feel so wonderfully good about it. That is the better answer and the far better result. Even if the issue is one of safety, go with your gut feeling. Yes, you may have been great at coming out safely every time in your adventures, but sometimes it pays to take a step back and relax for a little longer.