“Contestant number three, come up,” said the Miss Uganda Beauty Contest MC. And that contestant was me. As soon as I heard my number, fear took over my mind first, then my body. I started shivering and breathing as if I was going to die. I actually thought I would pass out. All my insecurities popped up in my mind like a dead fish on a water surface. My sight became blurred. I could hardly see. And all this happened in less than a minute. I later realized that the moment I gave in to the fear, it seemed to recruit all its negative relatives in form of emotions and memories.
I finally found my way to the stage. And I looked at everyone in the audience as if they had a gun pointed at me. My voice trembled as I answered the questions. Long story short, I didn’t take the crown home. I didn’t win the contest. And that’s how fear stole my Miss Uganda crown. But who is to blame? Me, myself and I. I gave in to the fear. I believed it. I welcomed it and it certainly showed up in avalanches.
The point is, if this fear blocked me from expressing myself confidently and probably winning the contest, how would it affect the flow of money to you? See, we are bombs of energy. And money is to us what we are to it. Money doesn’t chase after us; we do. But why? Because we have forgotten who we are to money and what money is to us. If we remember that money is nothing without us, then we let go of all our fears and be open to the different ways that can lead us to money-making opportunities. We have to remember that the energy of money flows to where the energy is clear, with a sense of ease. If you have money related fears, your relationship with money is conflicted and constricted.
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