Tear Down The Walls! – With Bill Hoffman

In her song “Tell Me The Truth”, by Steffany Gretzinger, she sings of the need to, and way to, tear down the walls that we think are protecting us, but that actually keep us bound to lies that keep is in “bondage” to those lies.

“Tell me the truth
Even if it hurts me, even if it’s ugly
My heart is open
Tell me the truth
Without the self-protection
Love can mend what’s broken
In me and you

If we’ll be honest
Expose our weakness
We’ll find we’re strongest
Together

So tell me the truth
Even if it hurts me, even if it’s ugly
My heart is open

Tell me the truth
Without the self-protection
Love can mend what’s broken
In me and you

Tell me the truth

Brick by brick we’ll take the walls down
Even if it takes a lifetime.”

@steffanydawn

The only way to achieve genuine “breakthrough” in our lives is to tear down the walls that we think are protecting us.  For years I have told people, “the walls that you think are protecting you are actually keeping love, and God, out.”

Usually “breakthrough” doesn’t come all at once.  Even if we experience a dramatic, “ah-ha” power moment, it’s usually been after investing some energy in self discovery to get there… then it happens.

Generally, being in a process will help you to tear the walls down, as written in the song, brick by brick. This indicates time, investment, energy, dedication to the process, and a driving desire to be set free from being confined in a prison cell of walls we’ve erected around us.

Have you noticed what happens after a major breakdown? When we get to the other side of the breakdown, there many times can be a breakthrough. And we love breakthroughs. They help us move on in life, usually more mindfully and more meaningfully. Breakthroughs help us see beyond our limitations and encourage us to pass through barriers that sometimes we don’t even realize were there in the first place. Breakthroughs are insightful and liberating… but they are “beginnings”, not the end.

They can open new doors of understanding, freedom, liberation, etc. to move forward in our lives in ways previously hindered by old scripts, fears, insecurities and more.

The best way to make yourself a candidate for breakthrough, is to re-position yourself to receive one.  And the best way to do that is to be in a process that makes way for breakthroughs in the journey.

Bill Hoffman/ Canva Pro/Steffany Gretzinger

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