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Fraser Trevor Fraser Trevor Author
Title: A parental ancestor will destroy us if we take too many risks.
Author: Fraser Trevor
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We have become strange creatures; we’re afraid to live in our world and afraid to die. So many times we find ourselves stuck in the middle...


We have become strange creatures; we’re afraid to live in our world and afraid to die. So many times we find ourselves stuck in the middle of life with no way out.



If we decide to live and follow our child within intuition, we get so wrapped up in what “COULD” happen and all the fears associated with taking risks and we become afraid. On some subconscious level we think that by living we will die. In our fear-based thoughts, risk equals death. At the root of not moving forward, a lot of us admit we think we will just spontaneously combust if we take too many risks – like a parental ancestor will destroy us if we take too many risks.



So in this way it is the fear of parental judgement that prevents us from living. And when we stop living we invite a certain kind of freezing into our experiences.



Being afraid to live and afraid to die is a wonderful trick: fear-based ego thinking keeps us in our comfort zone.



There is an evolutionary reason for this. Fear helps us survive.



But today we are about more than just surviving – we are about thriving. Thriving means more than just existing. It means living at our own unique Highest Potential, which requires us to take a step outside of our comfort zone daily.



We are grateful for fear, but allow ourselves to make a choice from within our child, from a place of trust. The ironic thing is that once we die to our fears, we can live. So living does require that we die, that we die to our fears, our doubts and our old ways of thinking. We must let our fears die and be reborn of our perfect child, the child within. We must take that first scary step out with trust in our child that we will either know how to fly or that we will be caught in the trap of dissociation.



The irony is that by playing it safe we are actually slowly dying day by day, and by risking death, we are actually taking a step toward life. We start to live our lives everyday conscious of the question, “When you get to the end of your life, will you die wondering ‘what if?’” If the answer is yes, then we always do the thing we are afraid of doing. We also become conscious of the fact that we may be blessed to live to be 100 or more, but we may also not make it through the day. So we also try our best to live in a way that doesn’t delay the things our child within needs to do. If there is a risk to take, We want to take it now. We don’t take blind risks. We take calculated risks, We think things through, but at the end of the day the risks we still take are scary as hell.



Let us step into the knowing that it's by dying to our fears that we live. Let us take action on this and realise the only way to die to our fears is to face them threw the eyes of our child within.



Let us face them with the solid faith that our child within has got our back.



It’s kind of fun to live life not knowing what’s going to happen next. What fears can we die to today? Ask your child within.









The Ten Stages is a studied recovery course. It is a source of reconnection a method of unlearning and a reintroduction to our child within which leads us back to our one true intuitive voice.We start to learn and come out of our protective dysfunctional shell and reclaim our lives.

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