Week 24: Finding Our Personal Truth

We have gotten to a point that our list is too long to keep listing each week. However, this week I want to review all that we have accomplished in over 4 months now. We have continued to eliminate negative thinking, label read, recognize the importance of breathing, add positive affirmations into our daily lives, eliminate high fructose corn syrup (fructose as well) & dyes from our diet, sit in silence within nature for 30 minutes a day, set goals in our lives, eliminate preservatives from the diet, practice forgiveness, offer an attitude to gratitude, drink a glass of water each morning before we put anything into our bodies, offer more love to others in our life, eat more raw foods, let go of preconceived ideas, be impeccable with our word, drink half our body weight in ounces of water, made a personal mission statement, rest for 20 minutes a day, eliminate sugar & sugar substitutes, not take things personally, look for the positive in others, take a 30 minute walk every day and this week we are going to find our own personal truth.


What a heavy thought if it isn’t already known to us. This is also a good time that if you feel you know your own personal truth, to re-evaluate it and see if there is anything that may serve you better in life. If this is something that is unknown to you, it is a great week to start!

This is something that for me has changed as I have grown over the years. The more I have come to learn different gifts that I have, my truths grow as well. However, when first starting to create my mission statement, life truth affirmation or any variation of the sort, it was very basic in the beginning. Especially chiropractic/profession wise it was something like, “I want to help all the people that I can through chiropractic.” In time, for me it started to feel limiting and non-specific. As I kept rewriting it, it grew and began to paint a picture and carry emotion with it as well. It becomes so longer a hope, but a journey you are already on.

Just like re-evaluating with goal setting, it is often necessary to do the same with knowing our life purpose/truth. As we experience life, learn, grow and evolve, so should this aspect of our life. Imagination can even be used for this. Many brilliant minds use the same quote, “If you can see it, believe it… you can achieve it!” When you think of imagination, walls begin to come down and boundaries are lost. I feel that this is a great breakthrough in visualization. I had a fellow chiropractor express this idea on once of my 49 Breath morning conference calls. It shifted a lot for me and allowed me to think even further outside of the box. With this idea, my life purposes and own personal truth expanded as well.

If you have a hard time thinking of what you are destined to do or why you are where you are in life, think of your current personal agenda. Is it to make a bunch of money for materialistic gain? Is it to donate as much time as you can to helping others in whatever ways that you are guided? Or is it being a stay at home parent and raising your children with joy & structure?

From all of the agendas I have seen in others throughout my life, the ones that have chosen a life in serving others have the most rewarding life & positive outlook. I am also a firm believer that is everyone’s purpose in life, to serve others in light and love! So what forms of service do you have to offer as a gift to others? What wouldn’t feel like work, but joy to do each day? Once you know that… just keep it flowing and keep moving forward. You will be amazed to watch you personal truth grow with service to others!

Best of luck as you continue this transformative journey! I know that each week we are all closer to a more whole, happier version of ourselves. Give yourself a hug or pat on the back for all your weeks of hard work!








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