This Sunday morning I decided to watch a spiritual teaching instead of writing first thing. With my cup of coffee in hand, I began to experience the powerful teachings of Matt Khan. I began watching his teachings via YouTube quite a while ago, but I decided I enjoyed the teachings so much that I have purchased a few different offers.
I love how simple it all is, and yet we just make it all so terribly hard at times. It is funny and interesting to me, that a lot of his words I have found myself saying even before I became aware of him and his teachings. I always kinda felt like an outsider in the spiritual community for my thoughts and feelings about the world.
So, for me personally when I found Matt Khan, I felt like I was in a safe space of feeling understood (not that I needed it, but I desired it). One of my favorite teachings is this notion of truth. I love when he says, it is all truth. It just might not be your truth. I love that. This pulls us out of the I am right and you are wrong crap that we can fall into. My truth is my truth based on where I am right now and what I am experiencing. And your truth is your truth. And we are both right.
I get really annoyed when someone tries to shove their truth down my throat. It happens sometimes on social media with other well-meaning spiritual folks. What if we just let go of all of that and just decided to live our truth in love? No one likes to be told they are wrong or what they are thinking and feeling is not true. Says who? If I am choosing to experience something, it IS my truth in this moment.
Needing to shove your truth (no matter how true you think it is), is YOUR ego trying to prove how right you are. It doesn't feel good, and it never works anyway.
If you have never heard of Matt Khan, check him out. I find his work to be pretty darn cool, but hey that is just my truth.
Caroline Nixon is
an intuitive healer and teacher who wrote two books about what she knows.