Waking Up Means Knowing Truth

In this land of Illusion

Allison Kessler


They are lying to us.

We know they are lying to us.

They know we know they are lying to us, and they are still lying to us.

A web of lies is hard to drop.

Liars Stick To Their Stories

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I went out with a liar once. He liked to be dating a nice girl and have a number of regular girls on the side who he cheated with. It was a game to him. He would lose when any particular nice girl caught him and ditched him for good. He loved his game.

He explained to me that he would stick to his lies to his dying breath. He would never ever admit anything and repeat the same lame story. His theme song was “It Wasn’t Me” by Shaggy, which you can see on YouTube here.

Oh what we do for fun.

Oh what we can do at lower levels of consciousness.

When You Wake Up, You Are Able To Discern True From Untrue

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When I wrote How To Develop A Relationship With Your Higher Self, I had no idea that the last point being able to discern true from untrue was the crux of it all.

When you wake up, a lightbulb turns on in your head illuminating the world. In that article, I describe it as: lies start to fall flat and truth has a ring to it. As you trust your feelings more and more, you build a system of knowing what’s a lie and what’s truth and the better you get at it. You shorten the time between pondering on whether something is true, to knowing instantaneously what’s what.

Lies start to fall flat and truth has a ring to it.

This is how you develop your intuition.

When You Wake Up, The Lies Fall Away



Allison Kessler

Calgary mompreneur | figuring it out, making it work.