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Use Your Discernment

Thoughts are things.
They combine with our beliefs and feelings and create our reality.

It is how we perceive life that makes the difference in how we see things.
Our filters either create truth or deception.

With the freedom to choose our thoughts comes the importance of accurate perceptions. If we color what we see or experience with our own bias or interpretation, we live with illusions.


Using our discernment and wisdom, we can see the truth in the moment.
This allows us to make the best possible choices.

Our purpose here is to actualize our Divine Potential in this lifetime.
Every moment is an opportunity for a new thought and reality.

It is a powerful place to want to see the truth, regardless of the consequences.
It takes courage and a sincere desire.

To be responsible for one’s life, requires seeing and living the truth.
By acknowledging the truth in yourself and others the greatest growth happens.


All problems can be solved when you see the truth.

Again, it requires courage and a sincere desire.

Acknowledge the truth and it will set you free.


The Mega Coach

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  • Maria

    How do you really acknowledge the truth and be free. I look the truth in the face daily and I don’t know what to do. Thank you for your writings as I ponder on it, prayfully I will get a better understanding of the truth.
    Be blessed.

  • themegacoach

    You acknowledge the truth by being present in the moment and observing what it so.
    When you acknowledge the truth of the moment, you are simply acknowledging, recognizing the truth of what is. There is nothing that needs to be done. It is an awareness of what is.
    Often, by acknowledging the truth of the moment, then a clear path, action or plan can take shape.
    “And the truth shall set you free!”
    PS It requires courage to see the truth clearly and not the way we may want things to be….

  • Helli

    Thanks so much for your encouraging articles, I love to read them. But, can you explain “What is the truth” a little further. Thanks!

  • themegacoach

    Hi Helli,
    The truth can be tricky. For examples, we can each interpret information in our own way for our own purposes. If we have a personal bias, we are not seeing “the truth of the moment,” as we are seeing the truth we want to see based on our own preferences and illusions.
    When we are open and present in the moment and simply seeing or observing what is, then we have the opportunity to see “the truth.”
    Since we have the freedom of choice and can think what we want when we want, we always have a choice on how we filter information. The more present we are consistently, the more accurate our perceptions are of what is happening.
    Have a great day!
    :) Lee

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