Love Over Fear

It’s not going to be easy, but trust us when we say that it’s worth it.

Love and fear are the two biggest human emotions. All other emotions stem from these two primary ones. Love is acceptance and willingness to go beyond oneself (self-love) or the benefit of another. And fear is the absence of love.

Love comes in two forms, either conditional or unconditional. It’s either free and open or possessive and demanding. Unconditional love is the most powerful and healing of the two and the best gift we can give someone else.

There is a concept called “heart coherence”, which means being focused on the heart, being accepting, appreciative, and compassionate toward ourselves and others.

Research by the Institute of HeartMath shows that when an individual is in “heart coherence” toward themselves and others, their brain wave patterns and biorhythm are affected in healthy ways. Other people near the subjects were also positively impacted by the person’s “heart coherence.”

Here are five specific ways how:

1. Unconditional love creates a more peaceful world.

In August 2013, during the height of Syrian conflict over chemical weapons and possible US military involvement, James Twyman went to Syria and Egypt to perform a concert and pray for love and peace. During his time there, he had 100 thousand people worldwide sending love and prayers for peace. Two months later, the UN averted US military involvement on the signing of the Syrian disarmament plan.