Fear is the modus operandi and foundation of the scarcity program, hence all the fear programming through the media, governments, dogmatic religions, etc.
Fear keeps you stuck in your comfort zone and the abundance you don’t have beyond money.
Fear restricts your life force and the ability to create abundance.
Fear immobilizes your unique gifts and talents; some of them you don’t even know you have yet.
Fear feeds on itself, giving you all kinds of excuses, justifications, and rationalizations of why you “can’t…”.
Fear is the most dangerous contagion that can take over anyone who is not grounded in the Self – Essence – the true soul being.
Only the ego personality is afraid.
But it is not conscious fear that is troubling. That would be easier to conquer. It is unconscious fear in your shadow that is most destructive, so be very careful and mindful of what kind of media you consume, what thoughts you believe and identify with, and who you surround yourself with, for it does affect you unconsciously.
Fearlessness comes from staying embodied in the true eternal Self.
Hate, rage, and vile projected anger are surface emotions covering up deep helpless fear, which most often relates to childhood or past life trauma and disassociation from the Self.
Envy, jealousy, gossip, and slander are all based on this fear frequency. It feeds your frightened, wounded, insecure ego to take someone else down to make yourself feel better.
Don’t deny the fear. We all have it. It is deeply embedded in your instinctual survival reptilian brain.
Admit that you are afraid. Face the fear, yet don’t fall into the trap of self-pity or the trap of self-importance, creating a “tough” exterior persona that is just a mask.
No one is completely fearless. Anyone who claims that is the same as claiming to be enlightened.
Fear-based dogmatic religions preaching about hell with all the guilt-ridden sinner/savior program are a product of the anti-divine occult forces that have been ruling over humanity for thousands of years.
What is the root cause of all and any fear?
It is fear of death, the identification with your persona/ego, your body. As long as we are afraid of death consciously AND unconsciously, we are easily manipulated.
Look at yourself and at your life like an observer from the outside. What are you afraid of? Where do you make excuses? How is fear keeping you isolated, stuck, diminished, and defeated?
How can you transmute this fear into creative, constructive action with healthy optimism and defeat the forces of fear?
Remember, fear can only exist in linear time. You are afraid of what might happen in the future, stuck in tunnel vision, and blind to the infinite possibilities and opportunities right now and lying ahead. Hence, fear is an illusion, for there is no fear in the present moment.
Danger can be real, but even in the face of danger, fear is not a good option.
Courage is a better option. It overrides fear.
So, where can you be courageous and show courage in your own life right now?
One step at a time. The more you make decisions and actions based on courage with faith, the more you will gain healthy self-confidence and trust in life, the more your life force will expand, and the more access to creativity and abundance you will have.
And remember this quote by Eva Pierrakos:
“It is impossible to truly love life as long as one fears death. This can be constantly corroborated when observing human reactions. The more a person lives with gusto and joy, the less he or she fears death. The more people shrink in fear of death, the more they cling to life, not because they enjoy life or because they are dynamically related to it, but in order to avoid death. Such people really do not live at all….
Every aspect of living follows this principle.
If you desire health in a spirit of fearing sickness, you prevent health.
If you fear the aging process, you prevent eternal youth.
If you fear poverty, you prevent abundance.
If you fear loneliness, you prevent real companionship.
If you fear companionship, you prevent self-containment.
So it goes on and on…”
– free from Bernhard Gunther