I wanted to touch on a subject that affects the very core of our ability to sustainably create. We are constantly being bombarded with the belief that fighting your way to victory is the gold standard for success or accomplishment.
The main message that’s being delivered over and over again is that struggle and fighting will eventually lead you to your goals. This is toxic and it’s so prevalent that we feel inspired when we are confronted with anothers’ story or testimonial of the hardships that they overcame. Society has conditioned us to glorify and become addicted to struggle, making us believe that it’s a necessity or condition for success.
A fundamental law of manifestation requires you to align yourself with the frequency of the reality you wish to step into. The vibration that you send out will mirror itself back to you. Which means, if you’re only resisting and struggling then your accomplishments will be littered with loss and hardships. This is one of the reasons why success appears fleeting and hard to come by.
When you are fighting to obtain something, then you will also fight to keep it. This will lead to short term success and then the cycle will start over again.
Next time you’re reading or listening to media, take a moment and ask yourself if this is about dominance and fighting at the core of the message? Is it telling you that you’re separate from your world and you have to make room for yourself? If this is the underlying theme remove yourself from that train of thought and energy. It will weaken you and subtly take your power by suggesting that you do not have the natural ability to create. Instead it implies that you’re simply a victim of circumstance.
The universe is infinite, the space you are in is only limited to what perceptions you attach to it.
Your life is created from within and emanates outward, naturally having it’s own place in the world without being at the expense of anyone or thing. This core thinking needs to be reprogrammed in most of us and once it is our achievements will no longer seem like luck or random miracles.
You choose your reality. You wake up and determine whether you are the creator of your experiences; you decide. That is the innate power of your choice.
Not every victory needs to be the result of a battle.