The truth will set you free. I’ve heard that expression used many times when growing up from my parents to my teachers to clergy. As a child I just thought this was just something to say; little did I know the real value in what it meant.
Reading The Greatest Salesman In The World, by Og Mandino has made me see the power of that expression. The truth in our beliefs is what gives us the power to accomplish any task. You have to believe it to achieve it. You have to see your goals and desires as true and believable in order to achieve them. This frees you from doubt and self-imposed limitations.
From reading Og Mandino and Charles Haanel, I see that the nature of truth is spiritual. When I’m connected to spirit or source or higher power (God), then I know that my desires and goals are true and believable, and I have the ability to achieve them. I trust that how I can achieve them will be revealed with that connection.
When seeking answers, we use prayer to speak with the source (higher power) recognizing the Omnipotence of spiritual power and the benefits from it. For every problem there is a solution; we only have to look within ourselves (our spiritual connection) to find the truth to that solution.
To know the Truth is to be in harmony with the infinite and omnipotent power. To know the truth is, therefore, to connect yourself with a power which is irresistible and which will sweep away every kind of discord, inharmony, doubt or error of any kind, because the “truth is mighty and will prevail.Charles Haanel
The truth of our words and the belief in that truth gives power to our actions and the outcomes of those actions. As I proceed in this course, I find myself believing more and more in myself and my ability to make my desired wishes come true.