The cave you fear to enter
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The cave you fear to enter

The cave you fear to enter holds the treasure you seek – Joseph Campbell

If you’re interested in growth, this is one of the most powerful questions you can ask yourself.

What is the cave I fear to enter?

There are two types of fear. That which keeps us safe and that which holds us captive.

If freedom is your goal, not entering the cave isn’t an option. On the other side of fear is the relief you’ve been searching for, the treasure you seek.

In my experience, without fail, it’s been the next version of me. 

While entry isn’t comfortable, in the ‘feeling alive’ stakes it’s a definite winner.

Comfort and feeling alive sit at different ends of the life force spectrum.

What is the cave you fear to enter?

A curious soul asks the question. A brave soul answers it.

When the answer comes, what will you choose?