“Really, who does she think she is? Phew!” The indignation is expressed behind your back. People don’t appreciate it. Yes, you are a bearer of the truth. Someone who doesn’t mince his or her words and who tells it like it is. “That’s the way it is, so that’s what I’m going to say”. You think it is the most natural thing in the world. But being a bearer of the truth is one of the more difficult missions. People don’t like to hear the truth, especially when it is confrontational. People don’t like to look at themselves. It’s easier to point out other people’ mistakes. If you, as a truth bearer, put your finger on the wound, it will often come back at you like a boomerang. “Well, just listen to what she said to me!”
People who are bearers of the truth are people who devote themselves to justice. They love honesty, sincerity and openness. They hate injustice and will make people aware of it.
I love this kind of people because they improve the world! Every time that a truth bearer opens his or her mouth, injustice is exposed. That doesn’t mean that something has to be done about it right away, but it is most certainly brought to people’s attention. And the truth bearer continues to repeat this, as long as is necessary to change something! This can be a process involving many years.
People who can’t stand misdoings being distorted or covered up expose them. They publicize information through which scandals become exposed. I’m talking about large injustices, such as fraud, corruption, safety violations or intimidation. These people are called “whistleblowers”. It can be very risky for a whistleblower to come forward because of the chance that their actions come back to hit them like a boomerang. For people who want to expose wrongdoing, there is fortunately the “Advice Point Whistleblowers” now here in the Netherlands; a solid organization that will advise you well.
Advice Point Whistleblowers
In the last several decades, much has been learned from the experiences of whistleblowers and now there is the organization, Advice Point Whistleblowers (in the Netherlands). I spoke with this organization to hear and feel whether this was an organization I would phone myself, and I can sincerely recommend it to you. The website has many good pieces of advice. Read these if you would like to expose sensitive information and know that they will give you good advice, focused on your safety! www.adviespuntklokkenluiders.nl
Do you still dare to speak with truth?
Many truth bearers have lost their nerve. They spoke the truth and other people didn’t appreciate it. They received a rebuttal, weren’t taken seriously or were left to their own devices. This often happens to children who say aloud what adults don’t want to hear. It you experienced this too often, you learned to keep your mouth shut.
What I’ve noticed is, that many people to whom this has happened smoke or are overweight. As if they hold themselves in, try to swallow their truth, out of fear for another unpleasant reaction.
Once a truth bearer, always a truth bearer?
If your inner drive to speak the truth gets nipped in the bud, it’s possible that you will never feel comfortable being so open again. It that goes on for too long, you have to deny a great deal of what makes you who you are, and you will notice this in your health. You become less active, close yourself off more and maybe eat or drink more out of pure frustration for not being taken seriously or believed. Still…. The truth bearer in you will always remain and …. can always be reactivated!
What does the MIR-Method do for bearers of truth?
If you are a Bearer of Truth, but have given up on it because people didn’t want to listen to you, the MIR-Method will remind you of your mission. If you do the MIR-Method, you work in many areas on your own ability to speak the truth. This works especially through steps 3, 4, 7, 8 and 9.
Step 3: ‘Detach father’. ‘Detach mother’. You detach yourself again from your experiences with your parents, or with other men and women, and feel increasingly free to decide for yourself what you want to say or not to say.
Step 4: ‘Clear meridians’. The grief and pain that you have experienced as reactions to your truth can be dealt with by the clearing of your meridians. In this way, old pain doesn’t get the upper hand and slowly you become free to speak your truth again.
Step 7: ‘Fulfill basic needs’. The basic needs of Security and Courage play an important role here. You won’t speak the truth until you feel safe enough to do so. People, who want to expose injustice or wrongdoings, need Courage. The longer you do the MIR-Method, the more Courage you accumulate. Eventually, you feel strong enough to stick up for yourself or for others.
Step 8: ‘Optimize chakras and aura’. Your throat chakra is especially important with this step. When it’s working optimally, you feel free again to speak your truth. It will happen as if by itself.
Step 9: ‘Clarify mission’. By doing this step, you slowly make it clear to yourself again that the reason that you came to earth was to speak your truth and let light shine on shady matters.
Even though I only describe 5 of the 9 steps here, you should always do all 9 steps!
And how about you? Does the MIR-Method help you speak more easily, even when it is confrontational for other people? I’d love to hear about it! Please write your answer below and thanks!
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My wish for you is that feel completely again to share your truth!
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