Most people are the antagonist of their own story. Part One.
Without realizing this we have built a wall up that will stop any true desires of abundance, health and happiness reaching us.
How did this happen?
It happened quite easily because we have been conditioned to the belief of lack, as our parents have and their parents before them. In fact, it was a way to take control of the masses since the second century AD. The antagonist was the authoritative force of law that we feared at that time. We then allowed this force to change our beliefs. The problem is we are still using these contrasting beliefs today. Most people conclude that their lives should be a struggle. Due to this inaccurate notion they have learned to attract lack. This is the void they live with.
Owing to centuries of this erroneous influence our lives have taken us in the wrong direction. Unfortunately, we are still living our lives from this backward conception through those antagonists that had existed so long ago.
This is how the masses live: most believe that life is a struggle and that it always will be. Simply put, they believe that this is what their journey consists of: deficiency, deprivation, need and emptiness. This becomes the void that most are trying to fill. This voice of insufficiency is constantly playing in the mind.
The antagonist then is the ego.
The antagonist/ego now is a part of you. It no longer lives on the outside. It is that voice that temps you to fill the void with: unworthiness, unwelcome things, failed relationships and unwanted experiences. It is an expert at this because you have bought into these beliefs by default.
Almost all of what we do runs counterproductive to what we really desire our lives to be, since we are trying to fill the void from a place of lack.
Universal Laws tells us a different story.
We have to fill the void first. We do this by understanding our worthiness. We have to embrace our lives and who we are. We do this by drowning out the voice that tells of our inferiority. This voice has been the greater part of us. This is the antagonist that now lives within. The ego part of us.
When we believe in our lack then whatever experience we have in our life is coming from a place of lack and will only produce more lack. This is why positive transactions with money seems to be brief and fleeting. It is the reason why failed relationships and unwanted experiences happen. It is why our happiness is transient. We only seem to hold on to the good, desired parts for short periods of time.
There is a discord between what we desire and our chronic habit of thought.
Thought is where your power is. When you give persistent thoughts of lack and unworthiness you actually confirm these ideas. That is to say the antagonist/ego is given full reign to run your life, and it will always pick the side of lack and unworthiness.
We have to learn how worthy we are. This is where our true power lies. Our real job is to change our views about the reality we would prefer to see about ourselves. This means we have to recognize our own brilliance, our gifted talents. We all have them. We can have money, genuine relationships, great experiences filled with joy and happiness if we fill the void and understand that we are deserving of a wonderful life. This comes first. We have been doing this backwards. We have been trying to fill the void first with those desires so we can be happy. However, it tends to hinder rather than serve one’s purpose, since we have to find contentment and happiness from within first then all those desires will show up to add tremendously to that happiness we have already found. Like Attracts Like. This is a Universal Law.
How do you find your own self-worth?
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Your Friend Pam
Pamela Hamilton Is an expert in the Law of Attraction, the co-author of Your Invincible Power series of books and the Vice President of the Your Invincible Power Company which assists in going beyond suffering and finding the ultimate joy we all have a right to.