I vow this day to meet my fear
What do you stand for? Marianne Williamson tells us that it is not enough to simply not be negative. We must be a force for positivity in the world. We must choose love over fear. If this feels too big a task to do on your own then I have a practice I recommend to support your fearlessness.
I vow this day to meet my fear and free the world.
Who’s with me?
Hoʻoponopono (ho–o-pono-pono) is an ancient Hawaiian practice of reconciliation and forgiveness. Similar forgiveness practices were performed on islands throughout the South Pacific, including Samoa, Tahiti and New Zealand.
This is the tool we need right now. All is one. When we heal the self we heal all.
This is the practice to which I am committing to hold love in my heart. And to remember, there is no ‘out there’.
When I meet my fear I support the world to become fearless.
“Why would it affect anything “out there”? The secret is there is no such thing as “out there” – everything happens to you in your mind. Everything you see, everything you hear, every person you meet, you experience in your mind. You only think it’s “out there” and you think that absolves you of responsibility. In fact it’s quite the opposite: you are responsible for everything you think, and everything that comes to your attention. If you watch the news, everything you hear on the news is your responsibility. That sounds harsh, but it means that you are also able to clear it, clean it, and through forgiveness change it.” From http://