Manifestation And Our Cycle Of Fear
“…Seeing just the shadow of our immense power is sometimes more intimidating to us than our fear of being without the things we desire and staying in our destructive patterns. Fear is only born of our perception that we are separate from source. Separate from the oneness. Separate from our higher self…”
When we set an intention, without expectation, we take the first step towards consciously manifesting the things we truly desire. Our world has taught us to “Just Do It” or “Kick Ass And Take Names…” We’ve been programmed to do anything other than just sit there and allow things to come to us. To some of us, the idea of simply setting intention and allowing things to come to us seems lazy and naïve. The mere thought of letting go and allowing scares us; we are immediately bombarded with ego [reads ‘our mind’] and self-judgment based axioms like ‘God only helps those who help themselves’ or ‘winners never quit’. When we first experience consciously manifesting something by just allowing, instead of trying really hard and reaching for everything, it scares the hell out of us. With such great power comes responsibility; it all can sometimes be overwhelming.
Seeing just the shadow of our immense power is sometimes more intimidating to us than our fear of being without the things we desire and staying in our destructive patterns. Continuing our old patterns of setting expectations and doing whatever it takes to get what we want [reads ‘try hard’], no matter how hard and unrewarding, sometimes feels much safer and comfortable than the fear of success by letting go and allowing.
When we consciously or unconsciously manifest our desires, our ego asks “why is this happening?” We are driven to know the reasons something is happening, the methods we employed to gain our success (which is usually empty and never enough…) and the ways we can make it happen again. Our ego wants to know how it can stay alive and be the source of everything; our ego’s desperate desire to know these answers, kills our allowing, our connection to our source, and replaces it with a cycle of fear. Our ego is afraid of its death. Resisting the death of our ego, instead of allowing things to come to us, creates an environment that terrifies us and triggers us to try even harder to make things happen. Fear is only born of our perception that we are separate from source. Separate from the oneness. Separate from our higher self.
When we let go and allow our higher self to deliver what we desire, we surrender our perception that that our ego is in control; we kill our ego. Consider what our lives will look like when we allow ourselves to consciously and methodically set intentions, free of expectations, and allow things to come to us.
~I Send Unconditional Love To All Who Willingly And Unconditionally Receive It~