Monsters Under the Bed Part 3: Radical Self Love

It appears that the short musings last week on facing your fears has become a bit of sequel, a journey linking through the assorted paradigms that fears represent. Let’s keep this one short, sweet and to the point.

Take it even deeper and the fear of failure has implications of not being worth all that you KNOW you are deserving of and therefore something lying much deeper in the core of people’s beings.

In fact all fear is based on the lack of self-worth.

There, I said it. Now THAT is scary. And totally, and utterly changeable. Hoorah!

This is when we say I may be totally and utterly freakin scared that things won’t turn out the way I’d like them to, but I love myself too much not to take this opportunity and DO IT ANYWAY. So I’m gonna do it. And eventually, if not right away, I’m gonna get it right. So there.

When we make that decision to metaphorically take that risk and make the jump into the unknown we are sending a message out to the universe that we trust and love enough to know that what happens next is the best possible thing that could happen even if it is different to what we think it should look like.

Plus, a BONUS of taking risks and facing our fears is that this leads to a happier, more fulfilled life. We will never know what could have happened if we don’t try and actually find out.

And as we start to achieve positive results, recognise them and celebrate them, all of a sudden the fears will have magically disappeared.

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