What if I fail? Oh, my darling, but what if you soar?

Sandra CampilloEmpowerment, MotivationLeave a Comment

You’ve heard the saying, why blend in when you were born to stand out.  So, why live a life that is ordinary, when you were meant to do extraordinary things?

We are all extraordinary beings with a higher purpose on this planet.  But because being comfortable is easier, we allow ourselves to be manipulated by fear, controlled by the outside world (the EGO) and disconnected from our internal compass and higher self.

In turn, finding ourselves living in the state of comfortability.

Most of us fall into this category for several reasons. Not only because it’s easy, but because of fear and the constant replay of “What IF” going round and round in our head. Never mind saying, what if it works, what if I make it, what if I soar, but rather what if it doesn’t work out, what if I fail, or what if I’m rejected.

Here’s the deal my friend…

The moment you stop believing in yourself, fear begins to creep in and dominate your mind. And, after a while, the consistent thought of whatever it is you’re afraid of, will consume your life. In turn, creating even more resistance.

We allow fear to reduce us, instead of using it to propel us.

There is nothing wrong with being afraid, it’s when you let your fear stop you from pursuing your goals and dreams that isn’t OK.

This week make strides toward redirecting the thoughts that counteract your ability to move forward and replace them with the knowing that you can.  Affirm that you will let nothing stand in your way of what you seek. Practice doing this daily until you have convinced yourself otherwise.

It’s like when you hear a song over and over again. You get to the point where you can’t get it out of your head. Right? The same goes with thoughts. Instead of replaying the negative story in your head, replay the positive one until you can’t get it out of your head. Then, let the magic unfold!

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