Release fear, and embrace love; earthly love and beyond.
What people who mock that idea sadly cannot express is that they fear love.
Too many of us are immersed in fear. We are driven by fear at times. Some of us feel a need to control others by fear. All of that humanly induced fear comes from the mere illusion that dominance can ultimately be free in this balanced reality of pure energy.
Like a warrior who finds peacetime terribly misfitting, those who are accustomed to fear tragically find love misfitting — and therefore a genuinely tough challenge to release fear and embrace love.
We are a social species.
Love is the dominant social expression.
Fear tells us that something is wrong, while the intensity of fear dictates prioritization.
After that, fear must be released, because a positive attitude is inevitably needed for a healthy result — including the composure for competency necessary to remedy the situation.
Choosing the loving embrace over fear has strongly helped me deal with my mom with Alzheimer’s disease.
I could overwhelmingly fear that I am the only one available to take care of her on a bare-bones budget (with a major part of that money that could disappear instantly), but that just torments me against health, so I would be unable to meet that challenge effectively.
So I lovingly metaphorically grab the bull by the horns, and while imperfect, I am very thankfully satisfied to date regarding my mom’s overall positive response to my best care.
My spacemixing strategy of this song given to me for the now-fall-scheduled Cannaflow event (combining cannabis and yoga for a healthier result) was simply to bring out the sensation of releasing fear to embrace love.
I hope that I have succeeded, at least in your case.
So while you preferably release fear to embrace love, the following non-spacemixed version of this informative and yoga-friendly song is conveniently available for your listening comparison…