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Tomás Garza - Replace Your Fictions with Truth for an Audacious Transformation

October 7, 2019

Tomás Garza – Replace Your Fictions with Truth for an Audacious Transformation

Aired Monday, October 7, 2019 at 9:00 AM PST / 12:00 PM EST

“I Can’t,

I’m not good enough,

I’m stuck where I am,

It’s a waste of time”…

are all fictions, untruths, that cover up your true all powerful self.

To experience a life full of happiness, abundance, prosperity and deep connection with others, all fictions MUST be replaced with truths.

What story are you living by? Believing in ? What life are you creating?

You can Decide right now to choose an audacious transformation from feeling limited, incapable and fearful to living as an all powerful Being.

Tomás Garza, the author of Decide: How To Replace Your Fictions with Truth, Go Big in Life, And Transform Audaciously, co-hosts today’s show and takes us through a meditation exercise of opening up to a place where you can begin this very transformation. We will learn how to replace 4 specific fictions (limiting beliefs) with truths that offer you an alternative happy ending to your challenges.

Tomás Garza, began a personal meditation practice in the mid-1980s, and has seen firsthand many ways that human beings stifle themselves. Among these is an almost universal adherence to certain “limiting stories” about ourselves, untruths that we listen to and believe. Naturally, this keeps us stuck. Tomás was inspired to write Decide because while people know about and practice so many things that help on a spiritual or personal transformation journey, almost everyone neglects the power of making a decision and the importance of forgiveness.

In past career lives, Tomás has served as a family mediator in private practice, tour guide and travel host, and Adjunct Professor of Conflict Resolution at Portland State University. He and his wife Cindy spend their time in western Oregon and in in Mexico, in the State of Yucatán.

While there is no substitute for doing the work, Tomás firmly believes that the process of life transformation can and should be fun. There is no need to hate the journey (by the way, he also believes in spicy food and warm, tropical waters!)