Sorry I’ve been slacking off on the postings. I was doing a program in Rome, went on to Germany, and now I’m back downunder in Sydney. Last post I asked you if we’re supposed to fear God, and if it serves us to do so. We also looked at the definition of fear, if it was meant to mean alarm of danger, or reverence.
There has been some very intriguing thoughts in the comment section, so I hope you checked in with them and did some serious thinking about the issue.
We’re looking at all this not to compare your religious beliefs, as fascinating as that may be. What I really want to explore is your fear about fear, and how it may be holding you back. Hopefully you’ll discover what kind of subconscious programming you may have on fear.
Because what we’re really talking about is whether your beliefs are serving you…
If I believe that God gave me not fear, but power, love and a rational mind to make choices – then I am truly empowered as a co-creator in my life. I need not fear if I am living in accord with true spiritual principles.
Now I must tell you that what I’ve just described is the belief in God I developed about 15 years ago, with continuous refinement. And that belief has taken me from “victim hood” to victory. Next post I’ll give you an example of how that works for me.
In the meantime, please check in with your thoughts. Do you have fear, or power?