are deadly, poisonous, anti-human lies all of us have unconsciously learned and believed from childhood and throughout our lives. False beliefs are the distortions (lies) you have told yourself so many times, that you now believe they are the Truth about your very being. False beliefs don’t merely attack your behavior—they attack your identity: “I am bad,” “I am not enough,” “I am unlovable,” “My needs don’t matter (I don’t matter).” When you internalize (choose to believe) distortions (lies), you will develop a system of false beliefs about your identity, your worth and your safety. If not changed, these false beliefs will distort your perceptions, insidiously influence every choice you make, decimate your ability to be honest, dim the distinction between Truth and distortion, infect every relationship, impact every area of your life, and severely restrict your growth as a spiritual and emotional being. False beliefs are the most destructive force in the world—the underlying cause of disconnection, addictions and all types of destructive behaviors.
Ultimately, you must choose—again and again and again—not to submit to your false beliefs. To change false beliefs back into the Truth, you must consciously overwhelm your false beliefs with Truth Declarations. This is the only way to peace, freedom and connection.
is distortion’s deceptive companion. Distortion speaks lies to us, and then denial legitimizes, cloaks, and covers the distortion, until we believe the distortion is reasonable and the Truth!
Denial is the practice of avoiding, pushing away, neglecting, or hiding from Reality. Choosing to live in denial (distortion & dishonesty) brings with it a host of destructive consequences, including physical, spiritual, emotional and psychological symptoms. Although denial is an illusion of protection, it actually defends and protects our distorted thoughts, false beliefs, addictions and destructive behaviors. Denial is a silent emotional killer—it disconnects us emotionally and thus annihilates intimacy, compassion, love, and self-care in all of our relationships.