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Thomas McConkie on how to identify your spiritual beliefs.
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Discovering Your Spiritual Beliefs
Thomas McConkie
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Discovering Your Spiritual Beliefs
Discovering Your Spiritual Beliefs
Thomas McConkie • 00:58

One cannot stress the value of trusting one's intuition and embracing what one truly loves. Our intuition leads us in the direction of what is in line with who we truly are and what gives us happiness and contentment. When we pay attention to our inner voice, we can access a source of wisdom that transcends common sense. It is a wisdom that is unaffected by cultural norms, outside demands, and outside noise.

Accepting what we actually love frees us. By pursuing hobbies and interests that speak to us, it enables us to experience life on our own terms. We discover a sense of purpose and fulfillment. We can lead more authentic, meaningful, and happy lives by listening to our intuition and pursuing the things we love. Everything we do is an expression of who we really are.

But sometimes it can be hard to really embrace what we love and follow our instinct. It takes guts to listen to our inner voice and to be willing to make our own path. However, when we do, we open up new options, opportunities for personal growth, and a profound sense of alignment with our true purpose. By listening to our instincts and embracing what we truly love, we may build an honest, passionate, and meaningful existence.


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[Thomas McConkie, Mindfulness Teacher] There's a metaphor I like of singing in tune. Not all of, not all of us are musical, but imagine your musical if you're not. And like you just hear when something's like right on the right pitch. Like everything about it is just harmonious. I believe humans have a really deep intuition of what they love and that really good things happen when we allow ourselves to love what we love. And when we love what we love, life becomes simple. It becomes more effortless, even in the midst of great effort. And, you know, we find ourselves not believing at the level of mind so much as like belief expressed. Every movement, everything we love, and everything we give and offer is our deepest belief. And it comes from just, you know, trusting your nose.

Watching Now
Discovering Your Spiritual Beliefs
Discovering Your Spiritual Beliefs
Thomas McConkie • 00:58

One cannot stress the value of trusting one's intuition and embracing what one truly loves. Our intuition leads us in the direction of what is in line with who we truly are and what gives us happiness and contentment. When we pay attention to our inner voice, we can access a source of wisdom that transcends common sense. It is a wisdom that is unaffected by cultural norms, outside demands, and outside noise.

Accepting what we actually love frees us. By pursuing hobbies and interests that speak to us, it enables us to experience life on our own terms. We discover a sense of purpose and fulfillment. We can lead more authentic, meaningful, and happy lives by listening to our intuition and pursuing the things we love. Everything we do is an expression of who we really are.

But sometimes it can be hard to really embrace what we love and follow our instinct. It takes guts to listen to our inner voice and to be willing to make our own path. However, when we do, we open up new options, opportunities for personal growth, and a profound sense of alignment with our true purpose. By listening to our instincts and embracing what we truly love, we may build an honest, passionate, and meaningful existence.


View Transcript
[Thomas McConkie, Mindfulness Teacher] There's a metaphor I like of singing in tune. Not all of, not all of us are musical, but imagine your musical if you're not. And like you just hear when something's like right on the right pitch. Like everything about it is just harmonious. I believe humans have a really deep intuition of what they love and that really good things happen when we allow ourselves to love what we love. And when we love what we love, life becomes simple. It becomes more effortless, even in the midst of great effort. And, you know, we find ourselves not believing at the level of mind so much as like belief expressed. Every movement, everything we love, and everything we give and offer is our deepest belief. And it comes from just, you know, trusting your nose.


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