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Posted By Shanti Gowans  
17:37 PM

We're trained to put our best foot forward, not to show our weakness, not to let 'them' know what's really going on behind the scenes. Don't let them see you fail.  

It's easy to reflect on your life and see ten or more things you should be doing that you're not, and ten more things you could be doing better than you are. All you have to do is open a magazine, or search 'yoga' on the internet, and you'll be flooded with perfect bodies in perfect poses. Look in any business development group and you'll see endless images of success and prosperity. These are flashes of reality. And often manipulated at that.

When you compare yourself to others, you take attention and energy away from your unique gifts. When you're     comparing, you're not able to let your brilliance shine. You wind up trying to look the way they look, or do it the way they're doing it, even though you might have a different way of doing things that aligns with your soul.

Secondly, you are not able to develop your gifts to their fullest. You wind up being a jack of all trades and a master of none.

Thirdly, you will suffer from 'bright, shiny object   syndrome because everything cool and new will be the thing that you've been missing. You'll waste thousands of dollars on trainings, certifications and programs you don.t need, and not get the results you want. You'll waste precious time spinning your wheels,  trying to figure out why everyone else Photo via A. Rowley is successful and you're not. And worst of all, you'll diminish yourself into playing small or even quitting.

The third reason is the most severe, because you are here to serve people. When you play small, you don't serve the people you're here to serve. The world need you, and we don't have time to waste.

The main reason most people are afraid to fail is not because they won't reach their goal, it's the fear of judgement, criticism, and letting down the people they love, and 'what will they think'.

Often, the belief goes something like this: If you keep projecting the image of success, eventually you'll feel successful. But it's not that simple. What you wind up with is a double-life. A lie.

And your authentic divine nature never has a chance to shine because you are always in the shadow of your projected image. Just a step or two out of the light of your truth.