Truth, Purpose, Progress

What I share here, on my blog, in my books, at my talks, or with anyone I talk to, is my personal truth. It fits who I am, and it fits my progress. I am aware that truth is never final. Each truth is a small stepping stone that leads me to the next particle of truth. It may expand what I have already considered being the truth, or it may put a new face on it. I would never demand anyone believe it because who am I to say what is right or wrong since I believe that truth is subjective. The truth I like to share as part of my inner calling, is a truth that makes me feel good. It strengthens me, broadens my perspective, and keeps my mind curious about what triggers my heart to discover. By sharing it, I hope to trigger something similar in others.


Therefore, no one should hide their truth. It is part of who they are at that moment, and it is the springboard for further discovery. It also allows others to reflect on their truth. They may feel similarly, or they may feel the opposite. But in any case, it inspires. What must be avoided, however, is believing something just because a certain person, a group of people, or even a majority claims something. If that had been the case in the past, we wouldn’t be flying in airplanes and we would still believe that the earth is a disc. People believed in something. They had a vision or just felt that something was right for them to look at more closely, and new things developed out of that.

I love sharing my truth and I love hearing other people’s truth. Looking at it from the spiritual perspective again: Everybody knows something, and in everything someone believes, there is a spark of the big and all-encompassing truth. Maybe together, we would complete that big picture, providing that everybody is open to sharing, willing to accept others’ views, and look at the shared from a distance. As long as we believe in something, we keep moving forward and the collective progress in motion. And there, the most important thing is to believe in oneself. And to close the circle, it means… believe in your truth because it is what leads you in your way and how you can touch others most progressively… but that’s what I believe…

Living your truth means that you are on purpose.
And the ripples that emerge from it provoke others to do the same.

In Love and Light

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The purpose of my blog is to inspire and shine a light on the beauty and power of the wonderful being inside your body. You came into this world to share what only you can give. Remember who you really are, conquer the world the way you always wanted to, and become the blessing to us all that you were meant to be.


Beautifully said, I completely agree… We should all investigate in our own truth and in the same time be open to the other truths…The more open we are the more we can learn…but it is important that we individually investigate

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Hi, thank you for stopping by! I second your words. We need to listen since no one knows everything or let’s say, everyone knows something. However, what we hear needs to fit who we are in that very moment or there won’t be an effect at all. Thank you so much for your comment!

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Such a great post, Erika. While reading it, I was thinking back to the day I came out to my family. The day I told them the truth of who I was. It wasn’t easy revealing the truth, but 40 years on, I’m so glad I did it then and wonder why I didn’t do it sooner. Not everyone liked the truth I told them, but some came around to accepting it later on in life.
It’s heartbreaking to know that some people are still frightened to reveal the truth of who they are instead of living a lie.

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It must feel suffocating when you are hiding who you are. It cannot be healthy ove time either. It is like leaving a prison. You have to deal with how the world reacts on you but at least you are free!

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Amen GF❣️❣️❣️ I left my prison and I’m free and never looking back ,I’ve never in my life felt like I feel the past couple of years and it definitely gets better every day 👯‍♀️💃🏻❣️

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It’s was like I always had to look over my shoulder to make sure nobody knew that I was gay, Erika. I hid it for far too long, but only because I was so scared about what would happen to me if I came out. It wasn’t all good, but I’m glad I did it when I did so that I stopped being somebody who I wasn’t.

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That’s mostly the reason with anything that doesn’t seem to be accepted by the majority: What will be the consequences? But as you experienced, the consequences can never be as bad as denying who you are.

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