This idea might still read odd to some but hear me out.
Many are uncomfortable with success. Many feel undeserving of it, thinking they should stay in their comfort zone of settling for less. Many feel that once manifested, their desire would slip away once again, leaving them disappointed and in pain – this is both the fear of success and of failure (in other words, allowing oneself to remain stuck simply because it’s easier that way).
I am positive that fear of success is connected to not wanting you desire enough because if you actually manifest it, what are you going to do with it then? And you’re not sure you want it that much.
You’re not sure if you’re actually going to be happy.
You’re unsure if this desire offers the life you would enjoy.
When genuinely wanting to live your desire, you have zero doubt. None. You move towards it. You can feel your own passion for it. You see yourself living in your mind whenever you want, as if you are there right now.
Ask yourself if you genuinely want to live your desire or not.
I want to live a desire greatly when I feel a massive amount of love for it.
When negative thoughts come to me, I reinforce the positive. I say an affirmation that nourishes my belief, the only component I actually need.
I might not have felt the fear of success but I’ve had others – mainly that of boredom, being stuck and on occasion, that of profound intimacy. The manifestations of those fears included different people but almost unfailingly identical circumstances, as it took me a while to finally start seeking out quality men I wanted the potential of a long term love with. Before that, it was so much easier to enjoy short term relationships after being in a long term one just once. On the other hand, this approach made me relaxed around the matter and allowed me to enjoy relationships while giving them the freedom to go where they may.
Fear of success can and should be replaced with happily anticipating success. With expecting success. With knowing that success is yours.