Now comes the hard part.
In order to become an embodiment of love (which is the goal of consciousness), you must confront everything within yourself that is not love. In other words, you have to contend with your fears.
Fear of abandonment, unworthiness, rejection, inadequacy, blame, and victimhood stem from a lack of connection to the love within you. These painful feelings must surface in your life, so they can be seen for what they are — the illusion of your ego, and the misconception that you are not love.
When you commit to becoming more conscious, you’re committing to facing and conquering fears. Any pain that surfaces in a relationship serves as a reminder. It says, “Hey, I’m here! I’m the part of yourself you forgot was love!” Your job is to identify, understand, address, and accept whatever that area is.
Become aware of the feeling. Allow yourself to feel it. And remember the truth of who you are: You're the frequency of love.
As you walk through this process of dissolving your fears, your consciousness will expand to great degrees. This is the point that you really start to fully embody love.