What do you fear?

Dare boldly

In ego’s dance I am continuously reminded to let go of the past. Ego learned its steps when I was but a child, dependent upon the adults in my world to keep me safe and out of harm’s way.

Those early steps worked well for me then, they do not always work well for me now.

Which means, the me I am consciously being now, must lovingly teach ego new ways of being present in the world, calling upon its innate desire to lead me constantly towards happiness and safety, in new and novel ways the ‘me’ I have grown into knows are possible.

It is a constant dance of drawing out of fear into courage to be, to act, to live passionate and free in the now.

One way to draw ego out of the past is to ask yourself, “What do I fear?”

Beyond spiders and tigers running wild…

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