Many of our actions and reactions are played out ignorantly, meaning we make a lot of our decisions without much thinking as to why we are making them. We feel an mental agitation or an urge and accept it and obey it, never really questioning why it’s there. In fact, many of us live with a silent weight of fear that affects all of our actions and choices. It’s like trying to walk under a heavy load of bricks that we don’t even know we are carrying.
Essentially, all of our choices can be traced back to two opposite sources: love or fear. Indeed, sometimes our actions are based on a combination of the two, but whenever fear is at hand at all, we’re likely to reply with some sort of negative pattern. And the more we allow fear to do the driving, the further we move away from love.
When our actions are radical in love, we come from a place of incorporeal fullness and self-safety. Love gives us a deep will to give from our incorporeal luxuriance and support unity among people. When full of love, we are not lacking in anything and have no fear that if we give to others, we will have less, or that others will have more. There is no disjunction.
When our actions are radical in fear, we come from a place of disjunction and lack. We are consumed with self-love. We live in fear of sarcasm, exclusion and shortcoming. We fear loss what is ours. We fear that another somebody will derive more love, more circumspection, more result or more gladness.
Alive in fixed fear is toxic to our efficiency field. It drains us and keeps us from being our best selves. Many nation live with a of long duration underlying fear that they aren’t ‘good’ enough (or beautiful enough or smart enough or rich enough). Untrammelled, this fear can lead to very low self-set a value on or even cruel mien. You may know of someone who is always tearing others down and pointing out other people’s flaws.This is actually a form of afraid, self-defensive mien -- not unlike a wounded alive being.
But fear isn’t always as liable as instantly inhumanity. Sometimes it has a way of crawling into our cogitative patterns well below our knowing radar. In some ways, this is even worse, because when we don’t remember as formerly known fear’s neighborhood, it continues to corrupt and elude curative.
For example, have you ever stayed in a bad connection because you were afraid of being alone or afraid that you’d never find anyone else? Have you ever continued to work at a dead-end job because you feared the progress of discovery a new one?
Sometimes fear is even more machiavelian: Do you make sure your lawn is mowed every weekend because you love the way it looks or because you’re afraid of what your neighbors might think if you let it grow a little? Do you buy brand name accessories because you truly love the style, or because you are afraid of what nation would think of you without them?
Today, do your best to live consciously. Remember as formerly known the motives for your actions and let love do the guiding, not fear. And when your fear starts to liquefy, you will cognizance that your overall efficiency levels begin to soar. Not only will it feel confusing to live in this higher oscillation, but you will be pleasant to everyone you meet.