Loving cancels the experience of fear.
“As that first thought of separation is dreamt. . .You could say a drop of milk . . . seems to separate and take on its own energy. And that we have called fear. . .the experience of contraction . . . .” (“The Way of Transformation,” WOM, Chapter 16, Page 192)
Fear is only a dream. Only. The image here is of a glass of milk being poured, and a drop of milk splashes upward, and that splash of milk seems to be separate and different from the rest, and in the separation, fear is born.
It doesn’t have to be this way. We can stay merged with the whole glass of milk. Our dream of fear can be left entirely in our past, a journey we took that would lead us to recognize how imperative it is to live fear’s opposite, love. How do we do this?
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