“Feel the fear and do it anyway” is a trite slogan with little power to elicit effective action and change when it comes to the emotional monsters that keep us cowering in the corners. It’s not that the saying doesn’t have value. It’s not that it doesn’t seem to work… for some. I just don’t see that it really works for most of us human beings with emotions and a nervous system.
If you’re suffering from some miscellaneous discomfort and you can’t really put a finger on it, you may be experiencing an awareness of a coming change.
This can be confusing; feelings you don’t like, not quite syncing up with other people, things not going as planned. What’s going on here?
This is normal. Part of the change process is the falling apart before the rearranging and renewal.
What do you find is the hardest part of manifesting?
Getting into Action?
Keeping what you manifest?
If any of these areas prove a problem, one of the best and easiest cures is simply this; connect in to what you are grateful for, what you like, what is working, what you appreciate.
Have you ever felt like you really didn’t know what you were doing, like other people had it “together” and knew what to do? Or that if someone found out what’s really going on inside of you, they wouldn’t hire you, wouldn’t buy from you, wouldn’t pay you to do what you’re advertising as your service?