A Clearer Perspective About Trust. Could Your Distortion Of Trust Start From Your Childhood?

Hello, and thanks for dropping by. You know this topic has been with me for quite sometime as I've wrestled with this, healed, and expanded in love on a conscious level. I've found it quiet benefiting in my life, as I've "unlearned" and peeled ALOT of layers off of me. These layers were fear base and I wanted to get to the root of it.

Quick background of myself, I've always seen things differently. It became evident that I was different for a reason and through my own "dark night" of the soul, God help guide me through and heal from those layers of beliefs, perceptions, bad image(s) and view of myself. The low vibration energy that was stored in my system. The process of elevation was no walk in the park for me, but I can honestly say I had help every step of the way and I am better because I kept moving. I kept believing, even when it didn't feel like it. There was always help for me in each step and if you are in similar transformation, I'm here to say that there is help for you every step of the way! If you think long enough, you will see that help was and is there for you. There was a time when I didn't believe this to be true, but I kept going and with each step I began the treasure unlock within me.

I know what it feels like to feel stuck, but there is always a way out. ALWAYS, it just may take sometime to believe it and that's okay too!

So let's get down to the topic at hand on today. You know, I heard people say, and I've said as well "I Have Trust Issues." Well, let's define that! First let me share my own story about having "trust issues." It was something that I felt validated in saying. I thought that by speaking and believing that as my truth, that it would be my protector in life. However, where did that perspective come from? It had to have come from somewhere! On my search within of "unlearning" I began seeing the root to that layer of fear. It started from my childhood. I was raised to believe and my perspective through my environment about trust was "guilty until proven innocent and in your proving to be innocent, you would always be considered guilty......NO MATTER HOW HARD YOU'D TRY! I know, pretty tough huh?! Well honey it's! I had to work through that