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About Fear

About Fear

  • Most people are in the dark about their fears. The unknown, random and unwanted scenarios or events that could happen in the future, forms the general anxiety known as fear. This can include a fear of losing one’s job, getting sick with a virus, or getting old.
  • Some fears are in our deep, subconscious minds, and include the fear of not being in control, of not being good enough, and even some collective fears passed on from our ancestors.

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Fear has the tendency to divide and isolate us, to shrink us to a tiny version of ourselves. Other negative emotions like jealousy, resentment, anger, bitterness and self-pity also have their roots in fear.

Some fear is good, like staying away from things or activities that can endanger us, but most fear is psychological and a false shadow inside our heads.

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We try to attribute our fears to outside circumstances and falsely believe that by changing things we can get rid of our fears. Fear is just a belief inside our heads, a mindset that has gone in the darkness.

Like with all beliefs, we can retrain our mind and remove our fears.

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“Fear is only as deep as the mind allows.”

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To Seed an Idea
  • WHEN the seed is planted in the soil, it attracts towards itself everything necessary for its unfolding and growth.
  • THEIR may be scarcity of water and nutrients in the soil.
  • BUT through the power of attraction, the nutrients and water is attracted towards the seed for unfolding.
  • FIRST roots are developed, which subconsciously attracts water and nutrients required for penetrating layers of rock and soil and grows with abandunce.
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"Whether you think you can or you think you can't, you're right"

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Defining difficult people

We are social creatures who desire validation. We feel good when others share our belief system. But we feel dejected when others do not value our inputs, crush our ideas, or ignore what we have to say.

These difficult people act in undesirable ways and give us permission to pass judgement and offload responsibility by blaming them for undesirable outcomes.

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