Extending love takes courage. But the rewards are worthwhile. It will strengthen your heart and intention. Thus, strengthening you and making you more durable.
Extending Fearless Love
We hold back from sharing love because it makes us vulnerable. We fear rejection. This underlying fear can permeate everything in our lives. It can undermine relationships and thwart our efforts of spiritual exploration and self-discovery.
So, learning to extend our love strengthens us precisely because it makes us vulnerable. Vulnerability is the key. It is an intention builder. Our intention is like a muscle. The more we exercise it, the stronger it gets. Extending fearless love still isn’t easy. But it is essential for the growth of our heart and emotional wellbeing. When we hold back our intention shrinks. That’s why the rewards are worth the risk.
The following exercise will build the power of your will and intention.
This will require you to exercise your courage and intention. You’ll practice reaching out and sharing love in a fearless way. We call it extending fearless love because you need to act without fear. Ideally, this you should pick someone you feel could not share your feelings with because you fear vulnerability and rejection. This could be a way to repair a broken relationship or reinforce a current one.
1. Intention Declaration
First, write a short script of what you want to say or do. Keep this script or action plan short. Only three or four short sentences. The theme should be on extending fearless love. This may be anything from an apology to telling someone that you “love them.”
Some people find it easier to start with something that involves less risk. Something like a small act of love. An example of a small act would be picking up trash to help the environment. Take a walk with a trash bag and pick up trash. These types of small things build your confidence and courage so you can work up to those involving relationships.
2. Take Action
You’ve made the declaration of your intention. Now follow through. Take action. Even if they do not accept your apology or words of love, you will attain a great personal victory.
Opening your heart earnestly and fearlessly makes it possible for other great and wonderful things to happen in your heart and in your life. You learn that the fear of rejection is more debilitating and damaging than the actual act of being rejected and then moving on.
“Remember, there’s no such thing as a small act of kindness. Every act creates a ripple with no logical end.” ― Scott Adams
Regardless of your results, this exercise is a step forward in your personal growth. Extending love fearlessly opens your heart. It’s an intention builder that will produce results in other areas of your life. You need intention to overcome obstacles and meet goals. It shows up as confidence in your demeanor.
And, even if you don’t receive immediate positive feedback, it’s still a positive Karma builder. You might not see the results immediately. You may never see the results of the seeds you plant. But people who engage in reaching out and extending fearless love are the ones we remember. So, stick with it.
No matter what happens you win. You build your intention. You feel what is like to live out of intent instead of habit. This is also the doorway to the virtues of the spirit. These are what will transform your heart and perception. It will give you a new sense of purpose.
At the beginning of every meeting, we send love, light, and healing energy to facilitate those engaging in this type of inner work. And, we ask all our virtual partner to join us in sending positive energy or prayer to support this courageous effort. This exercise is one of those we include in our blended learning process. These processes are the domain of spiritual exploration.
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Joseph Campbell & Joseph Campbell’s Book The Hero’s Journey, Wikipedia
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