Following on from last week where I encouraged you to encourage yourself and others, so you can manifest your dreams, you will find it also builds your courage. The more your self-confidence is boosted, the stronger your courage grows.
Courage isn't about fighting battles - it's the small steps you take every day.
When you choose to focus on how you feel, and allow yourself to follow what makes you feel good, you're telling the Universe you deserve to receive your dream. The Universe connects to whatever you feel strongly in your heart - you don't need the right rituals, or even the right words - just see and feel your dream as a reality.
By letting go of whatever held you back you are making the brave decision to reach out for the unknown. Enjoy noticing how much better it feels to act with courage, instead of letting fear keep you frozen.
A life based on fear only brings disappointments - never your dream.
Spending time on developing your courage will change everything about you. Once you have taken those first steps towards your dream, forget the past, and feel excited about the future. This builds momentum, and you will notice signs that confirm you're heading in the right direction.
It takes courage to choose the best life for yourself - remember you are worth it!
The more choices you make based on your own inner guidance, the more powerful you become. When you can trust yourself, nothing can prevent you from reaching your goals - and your courage will be rewarded.
If you're tired of settling, and making do, and you need help to let go of fears, doubts, and blocks, ZPoint can release them peacefully while you relax. You deserve to experience joy as you feel your courage expand, so you can go on to live the life you really want.
"Don’t get discouraged; it is often the last key in the bunch that opens the lock." ~ Unknown
"Optimism is the foundation of courage." ~ Nicholas Murray Butler
"Courage is the power to let go of the familiar." ~ Raymond Lindquist
"Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear." ~ Ambrose Redmoon