When you see what you want to see or believe what you want to believe, you have fear goggles on.
Fear goggles hide the truth of what is real.
Fear goggles hide you behind a mask and distort what you see, so that you only see the limited picture of what you are seeing.
Much like beer goggles, fear goggles do not show you what is the truth with a clear head. They distort your image.
Neediness is like a drug.
It gives you an adrenalin kick and leaves you wanting for more.
That next fix. That drip feeding that leaves you satisfied until the next hit that you need.
Why does this fear have so much power over you and where does it come from?
How do you let go of this fear and what can you do so that you can look within and detox yourself of your addictive drug?
Neediness comes from lack. It comes from a space of not having enough, not being enough and feeling empty and insecure.
When you play small, who is it really serving?
When you limit yourself or be something you are not, who are you making happy?
Unfortunately this is a common theme among humanity.
You play and splash about in the small pond because you think that you will drown in the big pond.
You dumb yourself down so that others will be happy. So that others will follow you. So that others will love you.
But what part of you do they really love? The limiting part of you?
Or the magnificent part? A part you haven’t even touched upon yet?
In times of uncertainty, we choose to stay in the dark. We choose to stay here because it is our comfort. It has been our comfort in times of darkness, […]