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False – Evidence – Appearing – Real

You were born with two fears, the fear of falling and the fear of loud noises.  All other fears were acquired.

Everyone knows fear. It can come in an instant and throw you into chaos, yet it can also save your life. Fear is a natural response to physical danger, but it can also be self-created, such as the fear of failure, being out of control, being different or being lonely. There is a fear of the future and of death. You may fear love because you fear being rejected; fear being generous because you fear you will not have enough; fear sharing your thoughts or feelings in case you appear wrong; and fear trusting because you are dominated by self-doubt and insecurity.


As long as you push away, deny or ignore fear, it will hold you captive and keep you emotionally frozen, unable to move forward.  In that place, you become untrusting of love and spontaneity; you get angry or hide.  But where fear contracts and closes the heart – resisting love – love expands and opens the heart, embracing fear.

Most people hunch their shoulders forward, fold their arms across their chests, or assume a similarly contracted position to shield the heart, fear having triggered the need to be on the defensive. In this self-protective place, the heart goes out of reach, and you cannot feel love or even friendliness. Try saying “I love you” with real meaning while your arms are firmly folded across your heart – hard to do!

Now take on the posture of love. Watch how your body responds, your arms reaching outward, accepting and inviting. Fear may still be there, but love can welcome fear – it can embrace any negativity. Watch how your breathing gets deeper, fuller. Where fear shuts out love, love holds fear tenderly.  It is like the sky that contains everything—the stars, the moon, the wind. With your arms stretched wide, try saying, “I’m frightened” and really mean it – hard to do!

Remember the Universal law of action and reaction. The action is your thought. The reaction is the response from your subconscious mind.  The subconscious mind is reactive and reflexive. This is it’s nature. It rebounds, rewards and repays.

Instead of focusing on FEAR. “Think how happy you would be about the perfect solution. Sense the feeling you would have if the perfect answer were yours now.  Let your mind play with this mood in a relaxed way.                                                               The answer will come, most likely when you are preoccupied with something else”.



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