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How To Overcome The Fear of Sharing Your Ideas


It's time to stop being so afraid to share your ideas, especially the ideas that sizzle up and down your spine and completely hijack your thoughts.


When it comes to sharing a new idea, the fear, hesitation, and resistance you’re feeling is your Ego keeping you safe. New ideas come with new territory and a whole lot of unknowns that your Ego cannot control. (And she does not do well when she’s not in control).


These ideas - that excite you, that you’re nervous to share because they’re crazy or they’ll be rejected - they need you to detach from fear and share with enthusiasm. Here’s why:


  1. The idea came to you for a reason.

  2. The idea is not actually yours in the first place.


Let me explain.


That idea that “popped” into your head, or that came to you in your dream, or that poured into your journal, it was a download from Source. It came to you because it was ready. The idea was ready to be realized and YOU are a conduit to bring it to life.


So if it’s not your idea, why the hesitation to share? Rejection? If you get dismissed, eye rolled, or shut down, whomever you’re sharing the idea with is rejecting the idea, not you.


The individual rejecting the idea is simply not a vibrational match for the idea at this time: they just aren’t energetically ready. And that's okay. The beauty in their rejection that is important for you to understand is adorned in Karma. Now, I’m not saying that because they dismissed your idea, someone is going to dismiss them. That’s not what Karma is really about.


So what is Karma about then?


Karma is about balance. Karma is bounded action by the Universe telling you that you’ve gone off track. When you receive a ‘no’ to an idea, this is The Universe’s way of gently pulling you back into alignment with the direction that the idea needs to go.


It’s important to recognize what a ‘No’ really means: it’s a sign to course-correct.


The idea isn’t wrong. The direction that you took the idea is wrong.


That person that rejected your idea is not the one to help you bring that idea to life. Through their rejection, the Universe is telling you to take a different path.



Think of rejection as a redirection.


It’s the Universe’s nudge, as if to say “Not this way! Go somewhere different.”


A rejection is not a sign to give up on the idea. It is simply a clear indicator that the direction you are taking is not the best way.


So instead of giving up, try sharing it a different way, somewhere else, towards a different energetic vibration.


The idea needs to find its vibrational match in order for it to fully blossom. When that vibrational match is found, the idea flows and expands, and the others that you’ve shared the idea with are equally, if not more, jazzed about the idea than you are.


Whomever you share the idea with needs to be in vibrational receivership, aligned with the vibrational frequency of the idea itself, in order to be a vibrational match to it.


What happens if you just can't find that match? If you’re hit with so much resistance that you can’t support this idea’s journey any longer, then don’t worry about it. Let it go. No pressure. The idea is wrapped in unconditional love, regardless of how you engage with it.


And guess what? You’re not the only conduit. Source has distributed the idea to more than just you because Source needs assurance. You see, that idea, it’s on a mission to be realized, and it will achieve its mission, whether you join the ride or not. If you don’t share the idea? No worries. Someone else will.


But remember, the idea came to you for a reason, and keeping the idea to yourself because you’re afraid, is not that reason. The worst that can happen is rejection, which you now know is simply a cue to redirect your energy. Keep sharing. This gift from Source comes to life on a vibrational journey of sharing, and that journey begins with you.


So overcome your fear, transmute rejection into redirection, find the idea’s vibrational match, and choose to be a part of this Divine opportunity disguised as an idea.


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