PONDER on THIS for Wednesday, December 23rd, 2009 by William L. Murtha in DYING FOR A CHANGE

Will Murtha: I believe much of what you are saying. Truth depends on where we are standing in the equation at any given time.

Voice of Higher Presence: Good, but let me add this: Do not believe it. Feel it. Feelings will always lead you to your absolute truth in any given life situation. And if you cannot feel it, go deep inside yourself and listen to the voice of your conscience. Shut out all outside influences and run it through your filter. Then gauge, from your own feelings, how another’s truth feels. Does it feel life-sustaining, light, loving and right? Does it have a ring of truth to it? Or does someone else’s truth feel heavy, dark and manipulative?

Always apply this principle to everything. Remember, respect your internal space. All ways. Do not let anyone infect your energy. Honor your energy and space by filtering everything that comes into your life. Become conscious of what truths you are making your own. Be the conscious gate-keeper. Be alert, and let nothing past without first scrutinizing it.Practice this often and, before long, you will become intuitive to what truths to let into your space. You will learn to trust your own inner guidance. You will become a master of discernment.”

William L. Murtha, in “Dying for a Change”

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