I am presenting in Madrid now. From here to London and Avalon, then back to Spain, and I think I am done for the year. After that, I look forward to spending time with my children and friends and going back home to Los Angeles in January.
Hard to believe the Holidays are almost here.
The trainings in Europe have been very interesting. I was more serious than usual, and the audience was more serious. Not many questions were asked either. One of my students was surprised and she asked why I was more serious, and Spirit response was: “It is the right thing. She needs to be more serious now.”
We’ve talked a lot about the widespread fear that exists in our society today, and all the stress and anxiety it brings into our world; so it’s probably surprising that I’m talking about it again, or even more surprising, that I’m suggesting we use fear as a powerful tool for growth—a pathway to peace and action. But I am. In fact, I’m devoting this November’s Q&A to the topic.
I am not thinking that we will dissolve all the problems in the world, or even that your fears will disappear in an instant. What I am hoping is to help you transform your fear into understanding and awareness—as a helpful tool to achieve more. I am hoping that learning how to deal with your fears will help you also to bring more peace into your life; which I then hope you will share with the world.
Fear also helps us to learn how to practice courage, surrender, trust, and gratitude, essential ingredients for a spiritual and successful life. It’s a lot easier to surrender and say thank you when the world is a bed of roses, and the whole world is going your way. But what happens when you lose your job, or your child becomes sick, or the problems in the world seem overwhelming? What happens when fear sets in, along with worry and anxiety? This is when we must remember that we are living in dual worlds—we are spiritual beings living in a physical body. This is when we must put action before our fears. If we don’t, our imaginations (mind) will turn our fears from molehills into mountains.
A spiritual life does not demand that we ignore our fears; it asks that we transform them. I hope you will join me for this special Q&A. Together, we will put our fears under the microscope and see them for what they are—memories and illusions.
See you soon!
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