Monday, June 18

Truth Heals

I recently heard an interview with the author of a book called Truth Heals. She spoke a lot about how the secrets in our lives ultimately destroy us physically, mentally, and emotionally. Our body's health relies on our state of mind and by hiding things, we use too much energy keeping it from the surface that it pulls much needed energy away from other parts of our functioning bodies. While I am not much of a reader, that conversation intrigued me to the point of prompting me to order the book.

The reason I share this is because I want you to order it too, read along with me, and discuss how it pertains to my situation. There are certainly particular people who I definitely want to join in the reading and conversation. Those people are, in no particular order: ept1, free2beme, alaestadian, alexandra, cvow, mnfriend, onespirit, darla, exmplsllc, faith, oalc-doubter, keranen, daisyaday, sondra, truthseeker, rebounder, she curves mobius, and garden.girl.

Also, if you can and have the courage, I would love for you to send me an email and tell me a little about yourself. If you wish to remain anonymous, I most certainly will keep it that way. I definately want to hear from sondra, daisyaday, exmplsllc, and she curves mobius as you have expressed interest in corresponding.

I will let you know when I get my book and how much to read so we can discuss certain parts at certain times. I am so excited! Let me know if you have any other suggestions!

If you need my email, it is:

Love you all and I look forward to hearing from each and every one of you.


Blogger daisy said...

I'm up for it--I'll get a copy of this, too. It sounds pretty intriguing, and I love to read!

I'm interested in that mind-body connection. It's so integrated into everything we do. I think about that sometimes. Just a thought in my mind, not anything that is happening right now even, but just a thought about something sad or emotional that happened in the past can trigger a physical reaction immediately--tears, for example. It's quite fascinating.

Great idea. Thanks!

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Blogger Dr. Chip Council, CGEIT, CISA, CISM said...

I agree. After coming out things have really changed in my life and doors have opened up. Its liberating to be set free from the concern for what others think. I am only accountable to my maker.

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Blogger june council said...

I agree that the truth sets you free. However it is hard to loose a son. My son told me the truth and I told him the truth and he blew me off. Why would a couselor tell my son that I knew all along that he was gay? He told me that I let him suffer all these 40 years. Did this couselor know that? Well that was not true!!!! So lets not forget what a lie can do to a relationship!! Running away is a lie staying and working on a relationship is courageous. When you close doors on the person that brings you into the world it is not liberating!!!!! Loving and forgiving is liberating!!! Understanding other peoples point of view is liberating. Meeting a compromise without loosing yourself is liberating. Iam Chip Councils mother.

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