When we live without fear, we are able to love fearlessly. After five years of emotional healing and spiritual work, I finally learned to love fearlessly. My fears of abandonment, being unloveable, and rejection are in my past, and I am living a different life now.
Recently, when I went through a box of old journals and notebooks, I found a page written in early 2013 about reading some books on Abraham Hicks on the law of attraction, and learning to energetically aligning with what we want. Essentially, we energetically become what we want to attract.
Our aura or energetic frequency is composed of our emotional and mental vibrations. Trauma, negative experiences, and emotional injuries create a certain vibration which attracts similar vibrations. Many will meet or attract those who continue to abuse, hurt, and injure them, and cannot understand why this is happening as I did for a long time.
In this journal on this page, I found a list of things I wrote that I want in my life, including a loving, honest, and loyal relationship, a fulfilling and satisfying career, and my own healing and becoming my higher self. As I reflected on these words, I realize that I have received all that I asked for.
These miracles of finding my soulmate, finding a fulfilling job at a university where I am helping many students, and internal peace and love for myself are the results of changing my energetic frequency to attract what I want. May you heal and attract what you want. (Copyright 2017 Awakening Journey with All Rights Reserved).
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Thank you for your kind words. Good luck on your blog! Light and peace!
I see it all the time, with the same people who dwell on their misery versus those that have a good outlook on life. I look for the good also. Love Abraham-Hicks 🙂
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