Destiny vs. Fate

Are you a co-creator of reality?  What that means is, do you believe that you are a master of your own destiny, charting your own course, captain of a vessel other than the Titanic?

Or, are you a fan of fate, a.k.a. a victim of circumstance, hopelessly mired in the muck of a world gone wild and out of your control?  Fate sits on your shoulder and whispers bitter nothings in your ear all day.  Fate is another word for Ego.  It’s you trapped in your own mind with the belief that everything you do won’t be good enough, that you screwed up last time so you’ll probably screw up again.  Fate is the belief that you are doomed, alone, cut off.

The difference between fate and destiny is the difference between facing the world and running from it.  Period.

For example, do you think 2012 is going to be a good year or a bad one?  If you ask Hollywood they’re trying to sell you a big load of nasty ol’ Fate.  It’s easy to use a sense of Fate to make you “fatal”istic.  Appeal to your ego, to your sense of inadequacies, and you’re a fate fan.

On the other side, you could also believe, no… not believe, KNOW that 2012 will be a fantastic year for you, the very best year.  You could believe that you have a destiny and it doesn’t involve being in a bad end of the world movie.  You could know that you have things to do, places to go and people to see and that it is your destiny to get there and do it.


Tony Robbins, Wayne Dyer, Saint Germaine and a zen Buddhist monk all walk into a bar on December 22nd, 2012… not a joke, just some folks who may understand the power of destiny and their ability to tap into it.

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