Find Your Source of Truth

Who Do You Trust?

Do you know what your greatest source of truth is? Do you know how you can trust yourself and those around you to be a part of that truth? Before you can answer these questions, you have to consider that you cannot find truth without first developing trust. And you cannot trust yourself without having faith that you are being honest with yourself. You must be honest about your strengths, weaknesses, judgments, motives and intentions. Are they being honest with you? Saskia ext. 5742 can help you uncover the truth.

Trust is an important component to your friendships, marriage and partnerships. Unfortunately, it is also quite common for people to lie to themselves about these relationships in order to feel better about themselves. Unfortunately, these lies can cause you to lose faith in yourself and in the truth. If you want to discover your true source of authenticity, you’ll need to take these five steps:

1. Trust Yourself

If you can’t trust yourself, you will have a difficult time believing in the truth. In addition, you will also have a difficult time trusting anyone who may be able to get you closer to the truth. As social creatures, we seek out people with similar traits, social status and interests. The first rule to building a reliable source of trust is to believe in yourself. The best way to do this is to establish a constant flow of reliability in your own life. This means listening, understanding, and striving to come through with the promises you make to yourself. Need some help trusting yourself again? Talk to Psychic Lumina ext. 5087 to find the steps to rebuilding that trust.

2. Believe You Are Worthy of Trust

Once you have established trust in yourself, it will become easier to urge others to trust you. People are gifted at sensing authenticity, and will be more likely to believe in you if you demonstrate that you believe in yourself. To accomplish this, don’t waver in values, priorities, expectations and boundaries. Be consistent in your behavior, and realize that the one person you can never fool is yourself. Hold yourself accountable for your own words, actions and decisions. Sometimes there is a big difference between what you tell yourself and what you know to be true.

3. Test Them First

It is almost impossible to trust someone who does not trust you. Trust is rarely a one-way street. Similar to love, it works best when it is given as well as received. Far too many people believe that it works in the opposite direction, which explains why there is so little trust to go around. How can you trust someone who has not proven themselves to you? Well, you can start by bouncing ideas off them, and paying attention to their responses.

4. Build From Other’s Truths

Some of the greatest ideas in the world have been discovered while standing on the shoulder of another great idea. It is amazing the amount of clarity that can develop from listening to the feedback of others. This is also how we can understand the truths of others, compare notes and gain allies of similar thinking. However, people don’t have to think the same in order to trust each other. Even if you don’t agree with someone else’s truths, you can still build trust by demonstrating your ability to understand them.

5. Surround Yourself With Trust

The more comfortable you become with those around you, the more trust you will be able to give yourself, as you will feel more confident in your search for the truth. We often discover our greatest truths through other people, so it is important to surround yourself with some of your most trusted allies. Once you start sorting through your friendships, you may discover a few who do not belong in your inner circle, as they have the tendency to cause you to lose faith in your own authenticity.

It is now more important than ever to be a trustworthy person. Studies suggest that people have lost confidence in government and business leaders. This leaves them with only one glimmer of hope to finding a trusted source for the truth, which includes friends, family and peers. In other words, people like you and me.

Your ability to trust your intuition is based on self-acceptance.” – TeriLynn ext. 9625

2 thoughts on “Find Your Source of Truth

  1. Robert

    I’ve found that i’m to trusting at times & have allowed 2nd chances to often. What ever happened to “You have my Word” & completing a deal or promise with your Word & A Handshake. I believe that I have always been very Intuitive most my life. But been burned badly in most personal relationships when I let my guard down and trust to much, I think it’s because I let Love erase all doubts and allows my Unconditional Trust.Been Married once, She brought it to an end after 11 years & two Lovely Daughters, and most all others end because they all lied to me. and I can’t really totally trust again after being lied to. As I always tell others, It’s by far easier to just tell the truth, Because the truth can’t be changed, I can proudly say, I’m a truthful & honest man and raised my daughters to be also. If i could only let my intuition stay tuned in and not let Love control my thoughts & feelings !

  2. Tracy

    Interesting article. I have a problem with trusting others. I’ve had two bad relationships, where they both cheated on me and beat on me. Now I have a good man that loves me, we’ve been together for 11 years and he has never given me a reason to doubt him, but I still won’t allow myself to trust him completely. I always have my guard up, because of what I went through in the past.


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