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Throughout my life, FEAR has been my drug of choice. For some grander reason, that I can’t quite fully comprehend now, fear has always been there for me, slowly turning into a comforting state of mind that I could always evade to. And that’s how fear became my go-to feeling every time anything good was about to happen, slowly but surely turning into the perfect self-sabotage mechanism I now recognise to have been employing over the years.
Fear is an amazingly efficient tool we use in order to stay away from joy and abundance. Now why would any sane person consciously choose to do so? Because we know how to deal with lack and adversity; failure feels very familiar, and certainly easier to process than divine abundance and unlimited prosperity, which most of us simply cannot fathom let alone accommodate as an acceptable, integral part of our lives.
Living richly and gloriously (which doesn’t have anything to do with finances) has come to feel alien and unattainable, which is why we turn to fear to keep us away from living our highest good.
And it’s only when you welcome fear with love, acceptance and gratitude that healing can start happening. As long as feelings of fears are being processed by a judgmental, limited mind, suffering occurs, and healing stands absolutely no chance whatsoever.
Instead of being angered by feelings of fear, simply breathe and let them go away, like waves do. Be grateful for your spiritual capacity of cherishing fear and seeing it for what it really is: a teacher, teaching you stuff about your own self that you were simply not seeing before. Be gentle. And patient. Then go have a yummy snack. Depending on the snack you choose, you might experience contempt or anger. And even fear because you hopped off the positivity wagon. But let that be yet another lesson that god (or life/universe/divinity) would have you learn. And that’s how you heal. Not in a few days or in a decade or two. But for as long as you shall be alive, in the here and now and sweetness of the present 🙂