Build Intuitive Resilience by Checking your Fear-o-Meter
This third-dimensional reality is how most humans know of life as it is, without question. This dimension is predominantly driven by fear in a systematic global society which can make us very vulnerable. Many people accept it as it is and endure it. Many also don’t accept it and try to fight it.
The way to control people’s minds is first through fear, which promotes self-doubt and vulnerability. Then to offer them a solution in a loving manner, making them feel special and important. When you buy into this often-subtle manipulation, you are lost well in the illusion-driven third dimension. And once lost in this, your mind can take you places so far away from your soul that it is very concerning.
In recent years with the changeable environment we have endured, people’s fear-o-meters were through the roof. With nowhere to turn, we literally saw people fighting over toilet paper while shopping and buying guns during the pandemic. I remember watching this with interest. Have these people got no concept of Spirituality? Why are they so very fearful? Toilet paper? Is this the way through? Guns won’t kill off a virus, threaten or hurt as many people as you think (all in the name of fear, fear of what? Not having enough supplies? Or just fear itself?) Neither toilet paper nor a gun will stop you from catching a virus. In the aftermath of the pandemic, we have watched many areas of society go into a vast nosedive, with significant increases in crime, add to that the more prevalent natural disasters and environmental challenges, the volatile housing market, and the rising cost of living . . . and more . . . all this is third dimension driven.
So why the considerable fear reaction? The pandemic was something not expected by most and denied by many. Health authorities wanted strategies in place so we would be prepared; sadly, this did not happen. So, we were left in a global scramble and mess to sort it all out. (We were living in a safe illusion, a bubble of misconception). And just like a house of cards, it only took one aspect to fail, and it all fell to pieces. Life has not challenged us to build an intuitive resilience.
My own experience has made me feel that we, as humans, must absolutely become more in tune with our intuition, and therefore live more according to the internal guidance that this provides. So we can survive and thrive and evolve in a positive direction. We should build a solid resilience to fear by looking at it as fear itself, regardless of the circumstances.
To stay balanced and on track intuitively, we must check what I term our fear-o-meter. The way to do this is through self-awareness. Seeing the self and becoming in tune with our emotions. To many, owning and admitting that you are scared and afraid is seen as rendering us powerless. However, it is not. On the contrary, it is very powerful because once we admit and surrender to the fact that we are fearful, we then open intuitively to the higher flow. I like to acknowledge the fear, then I visualize a fear-o-meter (mine looks very much like those signs you see near forests and in the country that rate the fire danger), but yours can be whatever works for you. The more intense the fear, the more likely you are to become irrational. Your thoughts may take off in a direction seeking power and control. Then you have completely lost touch intuitively. So if you rate your fear, this will indicate how out of balance you are.
Our fears are often linked to our conditioning and beliefs, previous life events, past lives, and worries about what may happen, so I also like to do a past, present, and potential future fear rating. That way, you have a good sense of navigation. The past and the potential future sits away from us energetically (it’s not in our energy field until it becomes reality in our present), so once those fears are acknowledged, they often just transcend into a neutral state. The present is where most of the fear exists.
Now I need to emphasize that we also must employ common sense. This should not be difficult because, in my view, common sense and intuition partner up together very well. Common sense keeps us grounded, and if we find ourselves being pulled in a direction that does not sit well with our intuition and common sense together, then we are heading off track. Nothing should pull you anywhere. You should feel relaxed and clear, not stressed, anxious, or even on a high.
I was lucky. I was not fearful in the pandemic. The only time I felt my intuitive vibration lowering was when a relative of mine on Facebook posted about how afraid he was, and this is terrible, and if you say you are not afraid, you are lying, and so on and so forth. I began to doubt myself, then quickly recognized it was only his fear being projected onto me, and therefore was an illusion. So, I came back to center and intuition.
Self-awareness is, in my opinion, one of the most powerful tools in the universe. Of course, surrendering from fear to the higher flow takes time and practice, but as you build up your resilience, it will become easier and, in time, second nature.
Author: Debra Sinclair