Our biologically endemic fears (which are totally natural and necessary for survival/evolution) are often weaponized against us and used to make us dependent on systems, institutions and people who profit enormously from our disempowerment.
We can micro-manage and declare war on our bodies and brains – with injections and painkillers and unnecessary surgeries – and feel less pain…for a while. But eventually, nature’s checks and balances will catch up to us and we’ll have to face what we’ve ignored and disowned and feared up to now. The longer we put this off, the more painful the awakening.
Today I share a part of my story that I’ve never shared before publicly. When this coronavirus situation started I had no idea I would solve a lifelong mystery of my own, having very much to do with my own fear being weaponized against me when I was just 13 years old. This story of mine may feel shocking, but please know it is no longer shocking to me and I share it gladly if it helps even one person take back their power.
I have healed my trauma and cultivated genuine gratitude for all the pain I’ve experienced, including the debilitating fear I talk about today. These hard experiences, all the pain and fear I endured at such a young age, provided me with the most meaningful life I could imagine, and led me down paths I never would have ventured down if my life had been easy and comfortable.
Instead of killing the messenger, ask yourself what you might learn if you got curious instead of reactive.
When we welcome these messengers called pain, fear, illness, anxiety to deliver to our consciousness the important messages they carry, we open ourselves to our true potential for expanding our consciousness and experiencing a more dynamic and meaningful life full of vitality and richness. You may just learn things that will deeply inspire you, fill you with awe and ignite the inherently creative forces inside you, which may just compel you to design your life (and body) more intentionality, with conscious creative purpose.
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