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Have you ever wondered what is your truth?

Wondered, what are the things in my life that I am doing out of habits, by fear or just simply because I believe that this is the way to attain my dreams?

Are my dreams real? Are they really in alignement with my deepest and highest desires?

Could they be tainted, by my upbringing and my faithfulness to my parent's values or by the society we live in, by the have to's and the appearances we need to maintain in order to seem "normal" Haha! If there is people out there still trying to appear normal! I think actually we all are to a certain extend because our personal life is private and it feels better when we belong.

Our 2 minds, not always seeing in the same direction

How can I be sure that my goals are fulfilling my dreams?

In my blog, April come she will, I talk about the 2 minds: the conscious and the subconscious minds.

When we think that we are driving our lives with our conscious will, we are mistaken, as only our imagination takes us to fulfil our hearts desires.

Our imagination belongs to the subconscious and is limited by our belief systems, the thoughts and decisions that were put in place at a young age in order to protect us from the pain we were feeling at the time.

Those thoughts as we grow up and are able to look after ourselves, no longer make us feel safe but often prevent us from going forward in a creative and fulfilling life. We might feel stuck, prevented or "going against the current' and it may result in a life of trying hard with no positive results.

In Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM) and in the words of Ted J. Kaptchuk in his book "The web that has no weaver" Yang Will is the simplest and most superficial level of the Will, it has to do with resolution and intention of a person. What I attribute to our conscious mind.

He explains that "Yin Will, is mostly direction, a wilfulness that moves to an end that cannot be known until it is already reached"..." One may feel, looking back on his life that "it was always there, it was always meant to be"

He further says that the Will is responsible for the virtue of Wisdom (zhi). "Wisdom is not certainty or knowledge"..."Wisdom is a knowing that has to do with lea