This is such a timely teaching for me as we head into School of Love 2019. Mindsets are not always easy to shift or expand. And having a love mindset can sometimes feel counter intuitive to my instincts as a human. But as I go deeper with Mother into love, I realize that my instincts can become harmonized with love in ways I never could have imagined.
An example of this is self-doubt. Everyone has it. And when it’s experienced in proportion to what’s going on around me it can help protect me from myself and others who don’t have my best interests at heart. If someone is love bombing me and we’ve only just met and my self-doubt says wait a minute, is this real or even deserved? Not because I don’t deserve to be loved but because I barely know this person and they’re already talking marriage after 5 minutes or pushing me onto a pedestal I have no desire to occupy. I used to be taken in by that kind of behavior and I used to do it to others because the true agenda was to get that person to love me no matter what I had to do. Instinctual self-doubt can feel a lie and rises up to say this isn’t real.
I’m beginning to understand the difference in self-doubt that arises out of curiosity and a desire to take care of myself and when it arises out of fear and insecurity. The first is love, the second fear. The love mindset encourages me to live in what feels real to me instead of a fantasy world that falls a part at the first hurdle.
Enjoy today’s video and please share it with anyone you feel is trying to make the shift. Leave your comments below and let me know if the love mindset has changed your life.
I hope you have a fantastic day!