The Freedom of Being Wrong

One of the greatest freedoms we can experience comes from having a healthy
relationship to being wrong. This involves firstly allowing ourselves to be wrong,
to be in the state of wrongness instead of avoiding it. What this state allows for is
coming to the realization that our wrongness about something, an action or idea,
does not equate to our ‘badness’.

Hand in hand with the freedom to be wrong is also the great freedom of not
knowing. When we truly surrender to not knowing, through accepting fully that
we do not know, and then relinquishing the control that we believe that knowing
will give us, what ensues is not only greater peace but it also has the effect of
giving us access to that which is beyond knowing and that which simply emerges
from the silence. – An Excerpt from ‘Embracing the Power of Truth’ Click HERE


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