Affirmation Quote: It's Safe for My Truth to Be Right
There have been times in life when we've asserted our opinion, argued a point or disputed a situation. Sometimes we've done this from a well-reasoned perspective after thorough evaluation. Other times we've done it just because we didn't like the opposing side. Occasionally, we look into our heart and get very clear and honest about what we truly believe in the matter. We let go of a need to be right to save face. We shed other people's viewpoints on the matter. We allow the possibility that the opposing perspective could be correct (somehow).
It's a wonderful exercise to do this regarding any situation that's bothering us in life. Work it out on paper if it's easier. Just look at the situation as if you'd never seen it before. Decide you're going to be gut-level honest about where it stands in your universe. Is it acceptable for the situation to continue? Get real now. Do you intend to let it continue until you can't stand it anymore and it drives you crazy? What if it belongs in your life exactly the way it is? Consider this with an open mind, what if this nasty thing is something that on a higher level of consciousness, is actually good for you in some way? What if the consequences to you were identical whether you did anything about it or not?
Do you feel anymore detached from it? Now imagine the situation just existing, and you being quite comfortable with it. Do you see anything different about it? What do you think about it now? Be specific.
The more clearly you can do this, the closer you are to your heart's truth in the matter. You see, there really isn't room for ego in the heart's truth. And if real honesty and truth are the goal, then the heart is the place to look for it.
This positive attitude quote when said as a mantra throughout the day may keep you in your heart center and help relieve the build up of day-to-day stress.
"The important thing is not to stop questioning. Curiosity has its own reason for existing. One cannot help but be in awe when he contemplates the mysteries of eternity, of life, of the marvelous structure of reality. It is enough if one tries merely to comprehend a little of this mystery every day. Never lose a holy curiosity."