Daily Inspiration: December 15. Making Fear an Ally Instead of an Adversary – Condensed Version
Fear is not an adversary you must defend yourself against, because to defend yourself against it, is to give it a power it does not have. Within this seeming dualistic world, there appears to be opposition to Love who is God and All. Fear is one of the ego’s primary tools that tries to place itself in opposition to Love. Yet, thanks to God’s gift of free will, we can choose to use fear anyway that we so desire. When asleep to our true loving nature, we see and use fear as an adversary. When awakening from the ego’s dream, we begin to see it as useful and thus an ally. To those who sleep, fear, in its numerous forms, blocks our awareness to the truth within. To those who are awakening, fear offers us some of our most important and impactful lessons about the illusionary nature of this world.
Today, let us use our fears, to better understand their gift to us. Fear and its expressions, such as those of anger and resentment, their gifts comes to us by using them enough times and long enough, to see and realize, how truly unproductive they are. Once we are able to conceptualize their illusionary nature, we will have less need for them, until one day we will smile at and gently dismiss, their efforts to disrupt our peace of mind. When we get to this place of peace, we will be able to show others how to remove themselves from the ego’s drama, and return to peace. By being able to assist our brothers and sisters, we will come full circle and realize the gifts that our fears provided. Once we are able to see even our fears and challenges as gifts and allies, where else but in the state of peace will we reside?
All glory to God.
Peace, Health, Happiness, Love, Laughter, and Light.
James Blanchard Cisneros
Author of the book “You Have Chosen to Remember”
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