Your fears are unique to you. My fears are unique to me. What comes easy to one person can be a mountain for another to climb. One thing we do share though, is that we each have fears and feelings of uncertainly, because they are part of the human experience. Somewhere along the way, we’ve learned to brush-off these uncomfortable feelings when they can really be our greatest teachers. If we tune into them and feel their deeper, subtle messages, we will reap their benefits.
For instance, if we’re afraid to fail, we can ask ourselves why? “Am I perfectionist?” “Do I sometimes feel inadequate?” “Can I harvest this feeling of “less than” by first accepting that nobody is perfect?” “Can I uplift my self-esteem by giving myself space to make mistakes and grow?” “Is there someone who can help me do this more easily?” “Am I brave enough to ask for help?” “Can I step outside of my comfort zone to learn what I to learn and expand my belief system, so I understand myself, my experiences, and my highest purpose better?” “Am I ready to surrender to my Creator and unify every part of me in service of the One above and others?”
The more we learn, the more we shed layers of ego, shedding light upon the truest calling of our soul. Asking these vulnerable questions and stepping beyond ourselves to answer them is true courage and how we truly grow. Then, our fears no longer have a strong hold on our lives. Rather, we hold onto them and allow them to lift us higher and higher. Our Divine spark is ignited, and we feel the love that was there all along.