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THE PATH OF YOUR TRUE SELF

When you are evolving, you are on the path of growth and following your true self. When you are static, you are following your lower self. Anytime you’re being less than your authentic self, you are creating and starring in an illusion in a parallel reality. No real progression of consciousness can happen in the illusion, only along the path of your true self. When you show up as less than authentic in the world, your outcomes become much less favorable. On the other hand, when you are being authentic, the world responds accordingly with blessings and love.


 

 

THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING CHANGEFUL

If your mindsets, habits, and beliefs don’t change, you stagnate. There can be no growth without change. Change is a universal law of life. Sticking with today’s version of yourself in tomorrow’s world has harsh consequences. Meaningful inter-personal change requires intention, courage, focus, faith, and forward movement. Setting the intention to transform yourself has immense inner power. Learn to master your mind or it will become your master.


 
 

Dr. Russell Clayton is a Los Angeles-based Physician. An OBGYN for Kaiser Permanente, he is also a poet and author of the book, Finding The Greater You – The Path To Your Soul.   Dr. Clayton was educated at The University of Chicago, University of Illinois, and completed his residency in gynecology at Saint Johns Hospital in Queens, New York. Dr. Clayton is a father of four and is happily married.  He is active in his medical practice, but his passion is writing and publishing his poetry based in Spirituality and Consciousness.

Dr. Russell’s first book, “The Greater You, The Journey of Awakening” focused on the inner journey. “Love and Healing” focuses on healing emotional suffering. “Love And Healing Exercises” Dr. Clayton’s third book is a seventy-step action plan pocket guide for your spiritual restoration.

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