Whether it be in the physical world or otherwise, I seem to find it impossible to know who is truly trustworthy. Even so far as my own thoughts or feelings are not always reliable.

I also notice many people suggest trusting 'God', everyone, etc. Neither of these are particularly helpful to me in this moment. The former doesn't generally speak to me in the physical world and any other forms of communication don't always appear to be clear. The latter has already proven numerous times that it isn't a good option, though it always ends up being a great learning experience if nothing else.


asked 07 May '13, 00:47

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Hey Snow -- Blu posted an excellent answer here.


Make sure you check out his link too..


I'm sure it will be helpful. It was for me..

The answer is learning to trust yourself first; after that, it's easy.

(07 May '13, 01:03) ele

Oh well. Why would you want to trust at all? Trust others or yourself, what's the point? You want to trust, because you're afraid of being misled either by others or yourself? As if there were any right path to stick to and any wrong one to stay away from.

How about instead of trying to comfort to what's seemingly right,you bend the definition itself to whatever I do is right. After all, it's always just a definition. Either yours or of someone else.

(07 May '13, 02:31) CalonLan

unfortunately, or maybe fortunately, we learn by reviewing what we have have chosen. if you be of a compassionate heart you undoubtedly will get burned, but also experience new chances to learn. One day you'll sense/perceive who to trust or weep for

(07 May '13, 06:51) fred

@fred, burned, learning...I'm stopping to understand... and it makes me so happy. =)

(07 May '13, 06:58) CalonLan
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...Joker-ing aside :)

...You Can Only Trust Yourself Ever

...everything else in the physical world is a lagging (and therefore out-of-date) reflection of your vibrational output.

The question then becomes how do you trust yourself, because you believe...

Even so far as my own thoughts or feelings are not always reliable.

Trusting yourself comes down to the idea of State of Being.

See What is the difference between inspired action and impulse? And what to do if you 'fear' your inspired actions? for more information on this.

When you are aligned with that bigger, broader version of you - what Abraham calls "The Vortex" - you can trust 100% every impulse or idea that comes to you in that state.

Outside that Vortex state, it's a lottery, so why take the risk?

And that's why people like me yap on and on endlessly about "The Vortex" and keep trying to convince people to Put Vortex Alignment First

I think that's basically what the "God" people are trying to say also (because Vortex alignment is the same as God alignment) but they are trying to articulate the concepts using Olde-Worlde words and phrases (often religion-based) that have considerable emotional baggage attached so the ideas tend to come across as confused and dogmatic.


answered 07 May '13, 01:24

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My experience is that when you trust yourself first you trust others automatically.

The only reason not to trust others is when we fear disappointment. But when you trust yourself and you know that you can always handle anything, now you know it doesn't matter what others do to you. You just smile and think "So what?".

So one of the best beliefs to internalize is "I can handle anything that life throws at me". And the best way to internalize it is to get into the vortex regularly and then affirm it again and again.

Ironically this belief changes your state of being and you often attract the right people at the right time.

"I can handle anything that life throws at me. I may not be able to handle it well, or correctly, or gracefully, or with finesse, or expediently, but I will handle it!” Jane Fonda


answered 07 May '13, 02:33

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Instead of focusing on "who" to trust - giving your power away - focus on "what" you WANT. This is who you truly are (for now - until you grow and change again and again) and each individual will have their own preferences. Each is their own individual with their own preferences, however, we are all ONE since we are a part of existence.

Now who to "trust"? Find unity with those who have similar intentions. Those who you can truly connect with.


answered 07 May '13, 01:54

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