FEAR OF ONESELF
The fear of oneself is the beginning of failure.
The fear of oneself starts with the kind of thought that swims in your mind, and then gradually flows to your brain.
The brain calculates, capitalizes, and translates that fear into a strong character.
Whenever you are faced with a tough task, your brain interprets it negatively because it has accumulated too much fear for you to act.
You have to be open to your opinions, thoughts, feelings, ideas, and sexuality, without pretending or having a mask on. Just feeling like you’re authentic, free.
Being yourself can be tricky and sometimes scary for us because we fear that others may not like or approve of us, or may criticise us for it. And we all want to be liked and accepted, so sometimes we just hide who we are.
But being fake comes at a price. And the longer you do it, the higher the price you pay. Being fake costs you your self-worth, self-esteem, self-confidence, and self-love. You might conjure up a false persona that looks all nice and shiny on the surface, but underneath, there’ll always be fear, anxiety, doubt, and even self-hatred. And at the end, you may eventually fool others, but you cannot fool yourself.
To make it easier for you to be yourself, you need to change the way you see yourself, the way you see others, and the world you live in.
Once your mind is made up, this diminishes fear, and knowing what must be done, dies away with fear.
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