Angela McEvitt Our true nature

Our True Nature

What is our true nature?…

“No one can give away wisdom, a teacher can only lead you to it via words, hoping you will have the courage to look within yourself and find it, inside your own consciousness… Beyond the words” – Sydney Banks

Our most natural state of being is one of love, peace, and lightheartedness.

Discovering the truth of our nature unleashed a passion and sense of purpose in me that I hadn’t felt for quite a while.

It also unveiled to me my infinite potential, which had been previously masked by my learning and limiting beliefs.

You don’t have to believe every thought you have

I have gained a huge sense of freedom and relief in the knowledge that I don’t have to believe or give time to every thought I have.

Through this discovery, I am now experiencing life in a more loving, carefree, and compassionate way.

Another realisation I’ve had since coming to understand how our mind works is that I previously believed my emotions were a reaction to outside circumstances.

I used to spend a lot of time analysing and worrying about why someone had behaved badly towards me.

A new perspective on life

Gaining the understanding that I can only ever feel the emotions of my thinking about the behaviour or circumstance has led me to a whole new perspective of how life works.

This doesn’t mean I accept disrespectful behaviour; I trust that I will handle it as needed at that moment.

However, I no longer spend time trying to figure out why someone could act that way, knowing that we all think differently, and it is an impossible task.

I also understand now that the more thinking I give to it will just keep me in uncomfortable feelings of worry, anger, fear, or anxiety.

Low moods are part of the human experience

As I’ve come to see the magnificence of who we truly are, I treat myself and others in a more loving, compassionate, and gentle way.

I am kinder to myself on days when my mood is low, especially on mornings when I wake up and just want to put the covers over my head, finding it hard to muster up the energy to interact with the world.

Instead of worrying about why I feel that way and berating myself to get up, fearful that it could lead to depression if I don’t fight through it.

I now understand that low moods are a normal part of the human experience and are my body’s way of letting me know that I’ve been overthinking life again.

This has been a major relief to me and has helped me to be more kind to myself during those low mood times.

Simply knowing that low moods are a part of our experience of life and that new thoughts will soon flow through my mind is enough to move me into a nicer feeling state.

Surrendering to the stillness within

Understanding that our true nature is a quiet state of peace and can be felt at any moment we remember to tune into the silence and stillness within has brought a sense of freedom and relief that I had been seeking for a long time.

Within this quieter space, my thinking becomes reflective, naturally bringing more peaceful, creative, and innovative thoughts to my mind.

It allows me to see through the illusion of my worrisome, insecure thoughts, seeing them for what they are – made up images projected onto the screen of my mind.

If you are interested in uncovering your true nature, know that this is true for all. Please contact me at [email protected].

Thanks for reading,


Namaste- I honour the place in you, in which the entire universe resides. I honour the place in you, of love, of light, of truth, and of peace. And when you are in that place in you, and I am in that place in me, there is only one of us.

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