“For most individuals, fear is a constant in existence.
It is that which you survive from, it’s that which you push against, it’s that which you use to justify, to judge, to categorize, to define. And basically, it’s that which defines your existence.
So the resultant is you spend a great deal of time playing around with fear.
Love also is that which defines your existence. It isn’t that which you spend a great deal of time judging, defining, and categorizing, but it is that which allows you to choose, that which encourages you to explore, that which encourages you to try something different, to move in a different direction, to expand your life, to try relationships, to have children. It is that which moves you to share, to be vulnerable, to be open, to be compassionate, to be kind, and to be gentle.
So in that sense, both fear and love exist within each and every one of you.
Some of you choose fear more often than love. Some of you choose love more often than fear. But regardless, what we see is that for the majority of humanity, virtually every individual chooses it fairly consistently and fairly well-balanced.
And by that we mean, for the majority of humanity, it’s almost 50-50.
Some individuals in humanity move the balance a little more towards fear, some move the balance a little more towards love, but regardless, overall, most individuals, the average individual inside of society, looking to survive, looking to live, examining their circumstances of existence, and making choices that allow them to explore, to expand, to survive, they use a balance of 50 percent love, 50 percent fear.
And so, given that then, it would be of benefit to every individual listening if they were to observe within themselves that this balance does exist, and to what degree then they give one part more importance than another.
Most individuals, to some degree or another, fear fear and don’t acknowledge love.
So what they do is they fear fear so much that it becomes the dominant and pre-dominant aspect of their existence. And by not acknowledging love, not acknowledging that part of them that is compassionate, that is kind, that is gentle, they in effect minimize that part of themselves so completely that more power again is given to fear.
And the more power you give to fear, the more you find yourselves attracting that which you fear…”
– The Wonders
Excerpt from podcast #070314 (click to listen)