So Why Are You Denying Your Gravity?

Have you ever questioned gravity? Ever denied that it even exists?

Probably not. Most people never question gravity. There is nothing to doubt. Gravity is a natural law universally accepted as the truth.

It’s easy to accept the truth. So then why is it that so many people don’t accept the truth about themselves? The Truth…that they are already more than good enough, smart enough, strong enough, beautiful enough? The Truth…that greatness resides in everyone, including themselves?

Perhaps us not fully buying into the idea of our completeness has something to do with the voices that challenge us on a fairly regular basis. Voices, both external and internal, that plant little seeds of doubt within us that cause us to question our worthiness and deny our Truth.

Those voices are clueless.

Dropping a pencil on the floor is all you need to prove that gravity is real. After all, we’ve all been told that seeing is believing. Sure, there is no dropped-pencil test to validate our own inner Truth. But does this Truth really need any external validation?

Seeing is believing. The good news, though, is we are the ones who decide what we see when we take a deeper look into who we are. And if we do decide to look deeply into who we really are we will see the inner perfection that resides in each and every one of us. When we are willing to entertain the possibility of our own Truth we will begin to see that yes, we already are that perfectly beautiful person we’ve been hoping to find for so long.

The time spent searching for confirmation of who we hope we are is time that should be spent manifesting the greatness that already exists within us. There is nothing to look for, no approvals to seek.

Rediscover the Truth of who you really are. This Truth will certainly set you free.

It’s a great day to be you!

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