We sometimes say, “I hate to break it to you…” because the truth hurts and it yields an undeniable power that literally interrupts false beliefs. It stops the illusion dead in its tracks, inhibits falsehood, redirects and reconfigures the stories. The truth suddenly changes perspective; and therefore, the view is skewed in favor of reality.
The truth has momentum, it’s a force to be reckoned with. It has no apologies, no coddle and sometimes, bursts through reality unannounced with no real manners to speak of. The truth breaks through, it is the breakthrough. It removes any propensity to hold on or to clutch and it obliterates the old paradigms that hold us back. The truth is electric, it shocks the system for us to wake up and in that moment within the shock wave, we are shattered. There is great purpose for this shattered reality, this moment of brokenness, because in order to serve the world, we must serve ourselves well first.
We are all divinely fractured in one way or another and that is the beauty of being human, we are meant to build toward wholeness. We can work toward wholeness by cultivating our spirit and begin to manifest our truth through the flesh. It’s said to be human nature to get up and strive toward something greater. The truth is, it’s the spirit inside you that recognizes the misalignment and strives from within your infinite presence to get you up and move you toward greater things, toward your greater self. It’s in the saturation of truth; that interrupts, changes perspective, shocks, electrifies and becomes the force, the momentum that is the spirit within, that urges you to step into your greatness and your human nature, just comes along for the ride.
There is no shame in experiencing brokenness because right behind that feeling is our desire to be whole. Right underneath those fractured parts is your truth, the truth of your purpose, and your unique journey into becoming unified as a complete being in light or a testament to your great understanding which is enlightenment.
We work toward wholeness so that we know the truth of who we really are.
- Take a look back over the things you overcame, those moments of divine fracture you endured and afterwards got a little closer to who you really are. Write them down and then take out the trial portion and just look at your truth. Have fun with it!
- Beauty Notes, ©2017
Jennifer is a truth seeker and artistic expressionist. She is a published author/poet. She is a certified emotional wellness coach, certified energy therapist, yoga/meditation instructor and intuitive.