Courage is a capacity to call on when you notice fear… Having courage is not enough

courage-symbolCourage... 1 do you use it? Or do you run? Hide? Play poop hiding in the tall grass?

Courage is a DNA capacity. It needs to be turned on for you to have it.... When you need it it is available.

But you are the boss... you can use it, and continue in the face of fear, or you can shrink, run, hide... the things people do to evade a threat.

Some fear is a wake up call... you better run. Like if you are on the train tracks and a train is coming. Get out of the way.

Other fears are an indicator that you are waling on uncharted territory, and you need to pay attention.

And yet other fears are ego fears... they come because yu are rocking the boat.

This is the kind of fear you'll experience when you attempt to grow.

It's the whatif fear. What if I am not going to like it? What if people won't like me? What if I'll be alone?

The capacity "being deserving" has put one of the participant into that fear just now.

She got that she belongs to herself. And it is her job to take care of herself. Not god, not parent, not husband. Herself.

Religion has deep roots, and this is one of its purposes, that you don't take ownership of your life, of your fate, of your power.

So it puts the "fear of god" in you, and it attempts to return to serfdom, to object, to a lamb of god.

I don't know this fear, I grew up non-religious, but I see the results of it: people disappearing as soon as they start doing well. Disappearing never to heard from again.

What I teach here is the opposite of what any church teaches.

What I teach is that every person is the peak of creation... and every person has a duty as a result, a duty to himself: to be the best they can be.

I don't know religion, I only see and hear the damage they cause...

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Courage... 2 do you use it? Or do you run? Hide? Play poop hiding in the tall grass?

Courage is a DNA capacity. It needs to be turned on for you to have it.... When you need it it is available.

But you are the boss... you can use it, and continue in the face of fear, or you can shrink, run, hide... the things people do to evade a threat.

Some fear is a wake up call... you better run. Like if you are on the train tracks and a train is coming. Get out of the way.

Other fears are an indicator that you are waling on uncharted territory, and you need to pay attention.

And yet other fears are ego fears... they come because yu are rocking the boat.

This is the kind of fear you'll experience when you attempt to grow.

It's the whatif fear. What if I am not going to like it? What if people won't like me? What if I'll be alone?

The capacity "being deserving" has put one of the participant into that fear just now.

She got that she belongs to herself. And it is her job to take care of herself. Not god, not parent, not husband. Herself.

Religion has deep roots, and this is one of its purposes, that you don't take ownership of your life, of your fate, of your power.

So it puts the "fear of god" in you, and it attempts to return to serfdom, to object, to a lamb of god.

I don't know this fear, I grew up non-religious, but I see the results of it: people disappearing as soon as they start doing well. Disappearing never to heard from again.

What I teach here is the opposite of what any church teaches.

What I teach is that every person is the peak of creation... and every person has a duty as a result, a duty to himself: to be the best they can be.

I don't know religion, I only see and hear the damage they cause...

Daruma dolls are a depiction of Bodhidharma. He lost the use of his arms and legs after spending nine years meditating in a cave. The dolls are heavy on the bottom and bounce back when tipped over, so it has become a symbol of optimism, good fortune and strong determination. Usually daruma dolls are sold without the eyeballs painted in. People paint in one eye when they set out to do something and paint in the other one when they have achieved the goal.When 9 years ago Pam Ragland said that with the birth of Christianity, humanity's negativity began spiking... It was 2% before the beginning of Christianity, and it is 99% now.

I had no concept what she meant, or why she would say that. I am not religious, and I don't get friends with anyone religious... I can instinctively feel the Dark Side. The Dark Side that says: you don't belong to you.

But Christianity is only some parts of the planet... but I see the same thing in India, but Indian religions claim to own your life too... And Islamic countries... forget about it.

I know a little bit about Judaism, and Judaism, apart from the ultra religious, doesn't seem to be like that.

It seems that the million dollar question is: Can you, as an individual, break out from this collective hypnosis, and start owning yourself, owning your life?

But that is NOT the million dollar question. The million dollar question is: will you?

I give you the capacities. Will you use them?

russian-stand-up-dollAs an experiment I just activated courage for the woman who found herself afraid. Now she has courage. At her disposal.

When you have courage, then you can continue walking and take the fear, greatly diminished, with you.

I used to put it and carry it in my shirt pocket. My fear, my rules... lol. 3I would visit with it before every major move, assuring it that I am not leaving it behind. That she is coming with me. Fear is a she...

But courage needs to be called upon... especially to take that first step... and then every step you need it a little less... then fear comes back full force, and you need it strongly again.

Courage is the ability to act in spite of what fear says. When fear says: run... courage means staying in the game. When fear says: stop... courage means you keep on walking. When fear says: you have already lost... give it up... you open your eyes again and look. Most of what fear ever says is a lie. But you can only see it if you open your eyes and look.

Without owning yourself, without knowing that what you say is what matters, you won't open your eyes. You'll leave it to fear to make decisions for you. And to church, husband, boyfriend, mother, boss, judge... You'll go limp dick... and that is that.

This is MY secret: opening my eyes. Checking for myself. And falling in love with the process.

Without challenging yourself you will never have a sense of who you are. Without challenging yourself you'll never have a strong core, never have a strong Self.

And you'll never become like the reed... you'll be like the teacup that can be turned over with a pinky... And I have never seen a teacup that righted itself... it needs someone else to do it for them.

So, for you, the question is not whether you are like the reed, or you are like the oak... no, the question is: do you like being a teacup? Spending most of your time on your side waiting for someone to right you again?

You can participate in this grand experiment to see if you, as an individual, can pull away and become a human being, the next level of evolution for humankind.

Email me if you are interested. No obligation." rel="attachment wp-att-21191" target="_blank">Daruma dolls are a depiction of Bodhidharma. He lost the use of his arms and legs after spending nine years meditating in a cave. The dolls are heavy on the bottom and bounce back when tipped over, so it has become a symbol of optimism, good fortune and strong determination. Usually daruma dolls are sold without the eyeballs painted in. People paint in one eye when they set out to do something and paint in the other one when they have achieved the goal.

When 9 years ago Pam Ragland said that with the birth of Christianity, humanity's negativity began spiking... It was 2% before the beginning of Christianity, and it is 99% now.

I had no concept what she meant, or why she would say that. I am not religious, and I don't get friends with anyone religious... I can instinctively feel the Dark Side. The Dark Side that says: you don't belong to you.

But Christianity is only some parts of the planet... but I see the same thing in India, but Indian religions claim to own your life too... And Islamic countries... forget about it.

I know a little bit about Judaism, and Judaism, apart from the ultra religious, doesn't seem to be like that.

It seems that the million dollar question is: Can you, as an individual, break out from this collective hypnosis, and start owning yourself, owning your life?

But that is NOT the million dollar question. The million dollar question is: will you?

I give you the capacities. Will you use them?

russian-stand-up-dollAs an experiment I just activated courage for the woman who found herself afraid. Now she has courage. At her disposal.

When you have courage, then you can continue walking and take the fear, greatly diminished, with you.

I used to put it and carry it in my shirt pocket. My fear, my rules... lol. 4I would visit with it before every major move, assuring it that I am not leaving it behind. That she is coming with me. Fear is a she...

But courage needs to be called upon... especially to take that first step... and then every step you need it a little less... then fear comes back full force, and you need it strongly again.

Courage is the ability to act in spite of what fear says. When fear says: run... courage means staying in the game. When fear says: stop... courage means you keep on walking. When fear says: you have already lost... give it up... you open your eyes again and look. Most of what fear ever says is a lie. But you can only see it if you open your eyes and look.

Without owning yourself, without knowing that what you say is what matters, you won't open your eyes. You'll leave it to fear to make decisions for you. And to church, husband, boyfriend, mother, boss, judge... You'll go limp dick... and that is that.

This is MY secret: opening my eyes. Checking for myself. And falling in love with the process.

Without challenging yourself you will never have a sense of who you are. Without challenging yourself you'll never have a strong core, never have a strong Self.

And you'll never become like the reed... you'll be like the teacup that can be turned over with a pinky... And I have never seen a teacup that righted itself... it needs someone else to do it for them.

So, for you, the question is not whether you are like the reed, or you are like the oak... no, the question is: do you like being a teacup? Spending most of your time on your side waiting for someone to right you again?

You can participate in this grand experiment to see if you, as an individual, can pull away and become a human being, the next level of evolution for humankind.

Email me if you are interested. No obligation.

Footnotes

  1. courage-symbolcourage is the ability to do something that frightens you. Look at the symbol: it seems to walk to the right... but look at another thing: it is sturdy. It is hard to remove it from upright... It stands on two sturdy legs... stocky... Without the ability to stay standing, no courage will be enough.
  2. courage-symbolcourage is the ability to do something that frightens you. Look at the symbol: it seems to walk to the right... but look at another thing: it is sturdy. It is hard to remove it from upright... It stands on two sturdy legs... stocky... Without the ability to stay standing, no courage will be enough.
  3. Do you hear how ownership, the capacity, is so crucial? Without it I would spend time waiting for something or someone to tell me where to carry my fear... That is, maybe, what you do... and while you do that, fear engulfs you... Call me a liar if you dare.
  4. Do you hear how ownership, the capacity, is so crucial? Without it I would spend time waiting for something or someone to tell me where to carry my fear... That is, maybe, what you do... and while you do that, fear engulfs you... Call me a liar if you dare.

Author: Sophie Benshitta Maven

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