Fall In Love With Your Fears

We readily accept experiences that are consistent with the narrative we tell about ourselves since we feel more secure in familiar environments. Through the safety of our knowing we feel in control. But, because we are already familiar with this area, there aren’t many changes brought about by our experience. This is due to the fact that we have already incorporated this quality of experience into who we already think we are.

As they pose no threat of causing us to change, we are willing to accept familiar experiences. Living only in the familiar and cosy is to express your freedom to be and create, not in the carefree discovery of your tale, which serves as your container. Your story has unknown elements outside of what is known about it (experience that you have not yet allowed into your beingness).

The unknown parts in your story go beyond what is already known (experience that you have not yet allowed into your beingness). These “unknown” events are only kept from you because of your resistance to them. Our own stories’ boundary walls are built from the fabric of our resistance. Being in the flow of what is unfolding means letting whatever is happening be what it is, which is an organic flow of change that impacts everything. Allowing the unknown is letting your spirit come into conscious consciousness.

  1. Your narrative is well-known.
  2. The unknown exists outside of your story.
  3. They are divided by your resistance’s membrane.
  4. By letting go of your resistance, you are removing the barrier separating you from the unknowable.

This is to cross the threshold of revelation, where the unknown is made known and where ideas, growth, and change are birthed. Many of the most profound concepts and works of art entered the world in this level of revelatory consciousness. The greatest human achievements result from creators letting their beingness to freely grow in a way that brings more of our limitless essence into embodiment.

In more everyday situations, this condition of revelation aids in decision-making clarity and encourages you to consider how you may grow or unfold as a person. It is a condition of simplicity in which decisions can be made with ease and clarity from the heart. Although this kind of revelatory consciousness sounds like a location we would all wish to visit frequently, few people really reach there. To reach this state, one must stand behind the barriers they have built between their tale and the unknowable change they dread. It is to be steadfast in your opposition to such change.

This is the adage’s “jumping off the cliff” sense, where one is unsure of where they will land (which is to not know who you will become). Every opposition stems from a fear of change, and all fear of change stems from a fear of the unknown. Even the most basic fear of dying is the worry of not knowing how death would feel or what lies beyond. When you genuinely understand something, you stop being afraid of it. Nothing that is fully understood or seen is feared. Each of our stories has a different scope. While others have a narrow range, some people can engage in a wide variety of situations and still feel secure in who they are. The limitations of their respective storylines are established through resistance, which is something they both share. When you resist something, your freedom of being does so out of apprehension about what it might hold.

This is what it feels like to reach the end of your story. You have an option right now: keep telling yourself the same thing and follow your resistance, or open your heart and overcome the barrier so that the experience can enter. By doing this, a part of the unknown is made known, something that was once opposed is made possible, and your freedom of being is revealed. In general, we think that if we are rejecting anything, it must be a necessary form of self-defense. This notion serves as a lock on the story’s cage. Accepting the presence of your cage’s bars is to accept that all of your anxieties serve as effective forms of self-defense.

Realizing this state of self-immobilization allows you to understand that you are not just a prisoner of every cage you encounter, but also the one who is imprisoning yourself. The bars of every cage are made of fear, and you decide how much terror you feel. Just restating that you are the creator of your reality, it is said that you pick your fear. You are unlimited consciousness, hence there is no need for such obstacles in the recognition of your creatorship. To not choose something you do not want to encounter, you must have faith in yourself (even if initially it does not appear that way outwardly). Your narrative is designed by you, and you build the barriers that imprison you by what you choose to resist.

Anything that prevents you from moving through it is simply referred to as a wall, barrier, or hurdle in life. You construct walls in your story because you are afraid of what is beyond. It is neither improper or a mistake to create an energetic barrier of resistance inside yourself; it is only a declaration of fear. This is so that you can realise that fear is not bad because it is what allows for our individuality, diversity, and independence. Your union with life is beyond your fear and beyond the barriers inside of you.

To face your fear is to give yourself permission to experience it completely. Standing just inside the confines of your resistance feels like you can look through them and make them disappear (which is to see that it is a choice to feel fear). By tearing down the barriers that hold your fear, you may redefine your territory and allow it to grow and change through time. Realizing that you are not the boundaries by which you have defined yourself (which is to cease identifying with them).

To face your fear is to give yourself permission to experience it completely. Standing just inside the confines of your resistance feels like you can look through them and make them disappear (which is to see that it is a choice to feel fear). By tearing down the barriers that hold your fear, you may redefine your territory and allow it to grow and change through time. Realizing that you are not the boundaries by which you have defined yourself (which is to cease identifying with them).

Even though we have a tendency to let our worries define us by controlling our actions, they are not who we are. Fear is not who you are. Your fear is a vehicle through which you have chosen to communicate your definition. You are the one who determines your Genetics, self-definition, and story. You can decide to accept your concerns as accurate assessments of what is wrong with reality, or you can decide to change their constrained perspective (which is to face, feel, and release them). Fear is not a negative emotion. There is no right or wrong about it. The decision to be focused by fear is yours. This is such a profound yet subtle notion; there is immense freedom in comprehending it.

You use the energy condition of fear to create your beingness. You are not being attacked by an outside force in the cosmos. Being afraid is not a mistake, and it doesn’t have to cause you to suffer. Fear attempts to generate aversion or isolation, whereas love is an attraction. Fear is what enables a barrier to be put in the way of our eternal consciousness’ unrestricted freedom of being. Fear is a definitional tool.

The opposite of love in duality is fear. As a result, love and fear play equal roles in shaping our perception of this reality. This is speaking of targeted dualistic love as opposed to unconditional love, which honours and accepts all life on an equal basis. Understanding the harmony, unity, equality, and balance of life means realising that attraction is impossible without repulsion. We have used love as a power to liberate our being in the same way that we have used fear to constrain it.

When viewed in this way, fear ceases to be a burden, a dreadful error, or a “sin,” and instead becomes a useful tool. You haven’t done anything wrong by choosing to face mortality or by putting boundaries around your being out of fear. You did it because you wanted the special experience that comes with being a character in a story. All the barriers in your existence should be respected since they have done you good. From this perspective, tearing down a wall is simple since you are standing in the knowledge that you are the one who built the wall in the first place. You cannot knock down a wall that you believe to be incorrect.

By approaching your anxieties with this sense of empowerment, you can avoid suffering because you are acknowledging your creatorship. You cannot defeat the devil or any other evil entity by facing your fears. You aren’t succeeding in anything. You are merely making the decision to quit identifying with fear (which includes its many forms, such as judgment, righteousness, and superiority). To transform your anxieties, choose to stop creating them by refusing to live within the boundaries they represent, rather than aggressively tearing down barriers as if they were something separate from you that needed to be taken away.

The revelation that you are free comes from the profound, life-altering insight that you are the architect of your own limitations. To let go of your fear is to live in a constantly shifting world where the love of your heart, not the dread of your head, rules. If you can learn to embrace your fears, they will transform into liberation.

Hi, I’m Garima and I write about life experiences. I have several books available on Amazon. Check them out today! Any purchases or KDP reads will be greatly appreciated. If you like my books, do leave a review. Here’s my author page on Amazon – https://www.amazon.com/-/e/B0BQDZXYNV


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