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How to Love Without the Fear of Heartbreak

It’s fascinating how fear is the primary filter for evaluating everything, especially love. When stepping into a relationship that feels right on so many levels, how do we know that this is the person we can invest our emotions in? Of course one needs to consider all the potential disasters that could befall them. Such as, if I give myself to this person completely will it lead eventually to heartbreak and disappointment? Or maybe there are societal standards that have to first be met before I can even begin to consider a relationship. The fact is, love is as love does. What you put out is what you get back. If you fear rejection, you get back rejection. If you fear cheating, you get back cheating. If you look for potential disaster you will find disaster. Learn more …

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Suffering….. Is In The Details

Our minds were never meant for planning out the details – only to evaluate our “now” experiences and give them some kind of response. There is another part of us that has a primary function of being concerned only with details that we fail to trust and utilize.

Our commitments to limiting beliefs are what separate us from ecstatic creation and confine us to a life of quiet compromise. We all are guilty of stepping into blindness by our inadvertent contract with limiting definitions and ideas of how the world works. All of this continues to justify war and conflict for the purpose of protection, perpetuating victimhood as our only identifier for the personal and collective suffering of history.

Our subconscious mind is so cluttered with restrictive concepts that the majesty that could be our life is confined to the self-perception that our experience is a process of uncontrollable circumstance. This of course reinforces the belief that we have no real control, and our best chance for success is to dominate the situation and force it in our preferred direction.

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Last Updated on Monday, 22 February 2010 10:09

How to Loosen the Grip of Fear That Creates Dysfunction in Our Love Relationships

The most common misdirection from love is the avoidance of pain. There is only one motivation for human beings and that is to follow the path of least pain. Every decision you make considers every possible action with the primary focus being to avoid pain. Often it becomes impossible to follow a path with no pain at all; in this case, we pursue the path of least perceived pain.

The word perceived is important here because all reality is evaluated through one’s beliefs and definitions of the world. Unfortunately, our society’s primary motivation is that of fear. Consequently, our beliefs and definitions for evaluating our circumstances have been twisted and distorted to support our continued justification for fear.

Living in fear is to live in the dark – forever seeking a place of protection. We all know that personal achievement comes from stepping outside of one’s comfort zone, yet all are continuing to follow the path of least pain determined through the filters of fear.

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Last Updated on Wednesday, 17 February 2010 08:16

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