Think of a herd grazing together. They stay really tight to keep themselves safe. The ones that wander to the outer perimeter are more apt to get picked off by a predator. So the safest thing to do is to stay in the thick of it and not stand out. Think of an innocent grazer just wandering to the outside edge and being taken down and devoured. This primal fear is what prevents us from speaking our truth.
It is a primal instinct instilled in us as mammals…to stay immersed in the herd. Even wandering outside is dangerous. It is ingrained so deep that we fear standing out from the crowd in thoughts, words, or deeds because it conjures up the memory of being stalked and killed for doing so. Being an individual is a brave thing to do if you are a gazelle. But you are a conscious being. Isn’t it time to live conscious?
Releasing our inhibitions can be exhilarating. Imagine all the subtle fears and unconscious reactions that can dissipate just by addressing this core issue. All the energy that is vested in keeping us thick in the herd is now used to access our dreams. It is like cutting a million pieces of twine that we didn’t realize were constricting our movement. Isn’t it time to run free like a gazelle?
(Say each statement three times while tapping on your head and say it a fourth time while tapping on your chest.)
I release the fear of being separated from the herd, in all lifetimes.
I release the need to blend in, in all lifetimes.
I release being enslaved to the herd mentality, in all lifetimes.
I release allowing fear to reign me in, in all lifetimes.
I release romanticizing the herd, in all lifetimes.
I release carrying the herd, in all lifetimes.
I release the trauma of being devoured, in all lifetimes.
I release the fear of being devoured, in all lifetimes.
I separate from the herd, in all lifetimes.
I release living in reactionary mode, in all lifetimes.
I shift my paradigm from the herd, to Joy, Love, Abundance, Freedom, Life and Wholeness, in all lifetimes.
I am centered in truth and empowerment, in all lifetimes.