Why You’re Sinking In Fear, & What You Can Do About It

Fear manifests itself in a multitude of ways. It is an ugly demon with millions of faces. It is a huge, dark, and undefinable mass comprised of every little insecure thought and every niggling doubt you ever allowed yourself to bring into existence. It hovers over your shoulder and whispers lie after lie into your self-conscious mind until you come to accept it as truth. It breaks you down until you lose the will to get back up again.

But you are stronger than that fear…

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Fear can be triggered by just about anything, be it something you can change, such as the fear of public speaking, or something as inescapable as skin color, gender, race, or sexuality.

But if we dig really deep, and look inside of ourselves, we realize that all of these external worries boil down to the fear that we are not going to be accepted.

The way we see it, if we are not accepted, we have no chance of being loved.

If we have no chance of being loved, we lose half of our divine purpose, because to give love is only half way fulfilling. To receive love as well makes our cup overflow.

Don’t despair, because all things, even fear, can lead to love.

I want you to close your eyes, take a deep breath, and take a moment to let it all sink in, to really understand that no matter what the fear is making you think:


You are a Divine Creation,

Brought into existence by a Divine Creator

Your Creator deemed you worthy of love, therefore,


Never let anyone tell you otherwise.

Guard your mind, guard your heart, and guard your spirit.


One thought on “Why You’re Sinking In Fear, & What You Can Do About It

  1. Such a beautiful first post, and one that definitely speaks to me. The fear of not being accepted has ruled me throughout my life. I’ve said and done things depending on what other people’s reactions might be. It’s only recently, after spending an inconceivable amount of time reading about personal development, that I’ve decided to start being unapologetically me. It began last week when I quit my job and signed up for B-School 🙂

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