The Inner Beauty of You

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If I could share 500 words to inspire, this is the important wisdom I'd want to pass along to others...

  • Everyone experiences difficulties, heartache and drama but the truth of who you are is never found in the loss, the sadness or the pain that being human brings.

    The real truth of who you are is a beauty as constant as the northern star. If you remember nothing else then, never forget that beyond the troubles of this world there is another place where you can choose the part of you that is always loving and true, and totally in touch with the knowledge that we are all one and that a part of us always was and always will be perfect.

    Never be afraid to ask tough questions and know that the answers are in your heart. It is from here you will soon come to realize how freedom and choice are always yours. The problems we encounter can be vast, varied and many, but the solutions are always found in joining with that special place in your heart where the truth of who you are is found.

    Believe that in the heartache this world sometimes brings, there is an opportunity to discover and grow the self you were meant to be. Believe that you can be anything you truly want and know that you are not alone in a journey that is sometimes fearful and difficult. The constant companion of your heart is the true you that is always there as you discover the strength you can be. Learn to use this invaluable resource.

    Believe with truth just what the strength of the inner self of that inner beauty can offer to your world, and choose with total acceptance the fearless you, the complete you and the you than can shine to a world that longs for truth, integrity and love. As you remember who you really are, you will also remember that by asking the question, believing in the answer and choosing a way forward, you now become the song of life itself.

    Take this message and remember the beauty in that special place which is within each and every one of us; a limitless resource, a problem solver, a hope for the future and a gentle light reminding us that we are not alone.

    So for today, be wise just in the moment and know the vast and unlimited resource that is available to you, that is not dependent on anything for the simple reason that it comes from from you, the true you and the true self, in a world that deserves to see exactly who you are and what you can contribute, enhancing life itself.

    Be fair to your self, be true to your self and be you to your self. Love has come to light the way. When you get in touch with that part of yourself that is untouchable, that is the beauty of your own creation, that is beyond the world, then you find the strength, the solution and the realization that within that perfection all answers are awaiting discovery.

    Geoff Canavan

    Geoff Canavan is an Entrepreneur, Author, Business Owner, Leader and Radio Show Host with many years' experience in business in Ireland, Europe and the USA. He has worked with global organizations and entrepreneurs and has a wealth of practical knowledge. Geoff has developed a deep understanding of the nature of success and firmly believes that, regardless of circumstances, education, social status, history or any other outside influence, success is an inside job, inherent in, available to and attainable by everybody. He is the founder of the Solved System and author of three books, The Solved System – Ask. Believe. Choose. Do., See You on Venus and Solved. In 2011 he hosted the radio series The Power of Realism on US radio. Geoff believes that each and every one of us is a greater and infinitely more positive force than any circumstances we can encounter.

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    1. Charlene Potterbaum
      Charlene Potterbaum says:

      These words resonated with my heart today, as I have recently been going through some things that felt a bit shattering to the ‘outside me’ but I have repeatedly dipped inside to that place where everything goes beautifully and smoothly, and felt gratitude for this comfortable ‘safety zone’. I am elderly, and remind myself often, that, nerves can get jangled, memory can fail, but it has nothing to do with the ‘Real me’–the brain might get fuzzy but the Spirit is always well, hale and hearty. Thank you for sharing…


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