What are you afraid of?
Ever since Freud brought to popularity the various phobias defined in his early studies in psychoanalysis, fears dictate our behavior in many respects. Certainly arguments for limitation, our apprehensions bubble to the surface to remind us that we teeter on the cliff of reticence or even terror when facing the dreaded situation. Perhaps our mind plays tricks on us and we move merrily through life when - whoops! – our fears serve as tour guides for our boundaries and we remember to remain consistent with our stated anxieties. Imagine your freedom to do whatever you wanted to do, free from the pesky elephant-memory of habits that remind you to shiver in fear!
What are you, Anyway?
New-thought philosophy purposefully
exploring life's spiritual inter-relationships,
sprinkled with a little history and words of wisdom.
Ready, Willing, Able
I am ready.
Sometimes we want good to flow into our lives before we're ready to receive it. Mental preparation for life transformation creates a spiritual environment of receptivity.
I am willing.
Really, my desire for greater good in my life bursts forth beneath the surface of the calm exterior I choose to display to the world. Willingness, tantamount to openness, expands my capacity to receive.
I am able.
I can handle more good. Having done the mental work and the spiritual work, Spirit, give me a try. Let me prove my ability to thrive in a better life! Bring it on!