Your Fears are Your Biggest Haters

Shakespeare once said, “Hell is empty and all the devils are here.” I couldn’t agree more. The devil and his relentless gang of demons live inside your head. Their weapons are blazing and their ammunition is hopelessness, despair, and fear. We create the things we are most afraid of.

Therefore, we can destroy them in the same breath. However, most of the time, we just let them feed us their negativity and doubt because we are more afraid of growth than we are of stagnation. Comfort is sweet even if it is toxic. Growth is frightening, even if it promises us our very own freedom. Darkness allows us to stay hidden, but the light puts us on the spot, and shows the world our beauty and our flaws. Are you willing to reveal it all?


There are no haters outside of you more vicious than the haters within you. There are no enemies stronger than the enemy that lies within you. Of course, if you believe otherwise then you are giving other people your power. Hatred is fear. Therefore, a hater is a person consumed with fear. The opposite of hate is love, and the opposite of fear is courage. According to The Law Polarity, which I discuss in great length in my upcoming book, It is What You Are: How to Master The Mirror Effect of Love & Relationshipshuman behavior is not determined by the Law of Attraction. According to the Law of Polarity, we attract what we are, typically we attract the other side of the same spectrum of our own consciousness.

Hatred is on the other side of love so it’s basically two different sides of the same coin. Fear is on the other side of courage, so it is also different sides of the same coin. Fear attracts hatred and love manifest courage. Therefore, we attract what we are. If you are fearful, you attract hatred, first towards yourself and then towards others. When we are loving, first towards ourselves and then towards others, we are more hopeful, positive and courageous. People who know they are loved are bold and fearless. People who believe they are not loved are fearful and hateful.


If you are busy counting all the haters around you, whether they are friends that turned into foes, family members you think are envious of you, people you think wish they were you, don’t flatter yourself. Most people aren’t even paying attention to you! Your own fears and insecurities is the main reason you believe people are out to get you in the first place. If you want to address the real haters in your life. Address your own fears.

By Janell Hihi



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