“Fate favors the brave.”
“No risk it no biscuit.”
“The greater the sacrifice the greater the reward.”
“Luck always seems to be against the man who depends on it.”
“Nothing great was ever achieved without personal sacrifice.”
In old greek mythology, the Fates were three old women who were charged with the destinies of all mankind. All of these destinies were intertwined by the “String of Fate.”
In Japan, there are legends that our heart contains a specific artery that runs through our pinkies – the reason why people pinky swear – and that artery metaphysically is connected to the “red string of fate” which connects us to others all around the world, essentially making humanity and every creature a part of the network of earth itself.
In the bible there is a quote about “faith as small as a mustard seed can move mountains.”
Faith is a belief in something one cannot see. (Also very metaphysical if you remove religion from this)
Belief stems in the heart chakra, and an open heart chakra is associated with many things, one of them specifically being fearlessness. Fear and faith cannot operate in the same space.
You either fear the unknown or have faith in the unknown, you cannot have both. This is why the mustard seed is used, because it symbolizes something we can barely see. We can’t see our core, our heart center, our chakra, the torus field that surrounds and proceeds out from the heart, but we can FEEL it.
Fate favors the brave, those who take risk. Those who are willing to sacrifice what they KNOW for what they DON’T know will always be rewarded at some point, even if the reward doesn’t show up immediately. That’s faith. And that’s why fate/destiny must favor those who are willing to sacrifice.
Tempt fate in your favor with sacrifices of significant risk and watch things happen even better than you ever imagined. Watch your life be created from the thoughts you have almost effortlessly. There is no trying when the belief is firm and steadfast.
Next time you fear a change, or are scared to risk something you know, like a job or relationship or whatever, just remember:
No risk it, no BISCUIT, baby!