Living Authentically and Powerfully — Listen to Your Truth

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Living authentically starts inside…

Living authentically and powerfully in the world means listening to yourself. And that isn’t always something that we make time for — but it’s so important.

Living authentically — walking, breathing, and choosing from the depth of our truest selves — is one of the most fundamental and rewarding challenges of our lives.

To meet that challenge, we are called to sift through all the different voices that speak to us and learn to recognize and listen to the voice of our own inner truth or inner wisdom.

And rest assured, if you take the time and create the space, that voice will emerge.

Living authentically is your choice.

Accessing your own inner wisdom is, first and foremost, a process.  And at its core, it’s a process of quietly looking within for your truth.

It’s not about looking outside and giving your power away to other people, to social norms, or to institutions.

Living authentically means living always at a point of choice. And the choice is about what voice you listen to.

And you give yourself clues…

To say that tapping into your wisdom is powerful would be an understatement. However it isn’t magic.  Living authentically means learning to recognize when you are working off of voices other than your own.

You learn to tell when fear or anger is driving a decision, for example, rather than the wise voice inside.

It also means, at its core, learning to recognize, respect, and respond to the cues that your body gives you all the time.  Your path to living authentically is firmly grounded in the mind-body-spirit connection.  It’s no accident that intuition is so often framed as a “gut reaction.”

So, how will you start making time for accessing your inner voice of wisdom, starting today?

Here’s more help:

We all have voices that chatter at us throughout the day. The Inner Critic is one of them. Learning to recognize (and counter) this destructive voice is one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself.

You see, the Inner Critic is a negative, debilitating and constant presence in your life.  And it’s not just the words. It’s the judgmental tone, the rolling eyes, and the scolding wag of the index finger. Beyond sapping your energy and confidence, your Inner Critic robs you of time and profoundly distorts how you see others and how you feel about yourself. So, what can you do?

Give yourself a big boost with my Exercise and Guide Book titled “These Critical Voices Are Driving Me Crazy!” How to Use Positive Self-Talk to Save Your Sanity and Your Time! Part of my popular Voices Package, this E-Guide offers simple, practical exercises, checklists and tips for learning to recognize and counter the critical voices that disrupt and hurt you.

“This guidebook is by a secret genius as far as I’m concerned.
Her name is Paula Eder and she is absolutely brilliant
when it comes to how to be in relationship with self and
how to be in relationship with time.”
Heather Dominick 
http://BusinessMiracles.com/

You hold the power to make conscious choices about the kinds of messages you give yourself. As you exercise this power, you’ll develop new clarity and confidence – and transform your time.

“These Critical Voices Are Driving Me Crazy!” opens the door and gives you a roadmap, so don’t wait. Click this link to learn more about the Voices Package and get started on your empowering journey today.

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