Release your fears and achieve your goals:
Fear is antithetical to happiness. In this article, we’ll explore how to release your fears so that you can achieve your goals and experience more love, joy, inner peace, happiness, and fulfillment on a consistent basis.
How fear prevents you from achieving your goals:
Are you aware of the limitations that fear creates on your capacity to live a deeply fulfilling life? Think about it for a moment, and imagine how much better your life would be if you had no fear. No matter how conditioned to fear people around you are, or how fear has influenced you in the past, you can permanently free yourself from fear. You don’t need fear to consciously navigate your life in the direction of your intentions and personal goals. You never did, and you never will. Would you like to learn how to permanently free yourself from fear?
Release your fears, and accelerate towards your goals:
Without fear, you can say goodbye to all of your negative thoughts, emotions, and feelings for good. Does that sound like something you’d like to achieve? If so, READ on.
Maybe fear has been preventing you from making progress in your life and living a truly fulfilling life. Maybe you’re tired of being stuck in the same negative thought pattern, detrimental emotional dynamics, and unsupportive relationships, etc. Many of us have been conditioned to think, and even believe, that fear is inevitable or worst necessary to make good decisions in life. As if fear could somehow give us some special power of understanding and analysis that would ensure that we stay safe no matter what. Of course, it couldn’t be further from the truth.
Fear paralyzes you into inaction and negativity:
Fear actually creates an invisible lens through which we look at life and begin to distort information that we receive from our environment. Without this clear and objective information, it becomes extremely challenging for us to make wise, discerning, quality decisions that lead to optimum results in our relationships and lives. Fear paralyzes us into inaction, misinterpretation, judgment, punishment, expectation, anger, resentment, disappointment, sadness, depression, control strategies, and limited beliefs that reduce our ability to effect constructive change and thus improve our quality of life and intentions.
Fear keeps you stuck in the same detrimental patterns and toxic relationships:
Fear is what keeps us in unfulfilling jobs and relationships. Fear is what keeps us stuck in the past judging ourselves for perceived mistakes that we’ve made, and that was really just a part of our personal process of growth. Fear is what keeps us up at night, tossing and turning, letting our mind run wild into endless fear projections of all the ways in which things could go wrong. Fear is the little voice in our head that keeps telling us that we’re not good enough, that the things that have happened in the past and that have brought us pain will happen again, that we’re not loved, that we’re not respected, and all the rest of the nonsense that our minds come up with.
Fear is what destroys our ability to know better than to hurt each other, or worst kill when we feel unsafe. Fear is what robs us of our capacity to love unconditionally, to accept one another as we are, to forgive, to make ourselves vulnerable to one another so that we can share deep physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual intimacy. Fear is what brings us pain, over and over again, what keeps us stuck in the same arguments, conflicts, fights, and misunderstandings, with no possible way forward and out. None of it makes any sense.
Fear breeds more pain, fear, and negativity:
If you want something, why fear not having it? If you have something, why fear losing it? And if you don’t want something, why fear that it will happen? Is any of this helping us achieve what we truly want in our relationships and life, or avoid the pain we don’t want to feel? It can’t. Fear breeds more pain, more fear, more misunderstandings, more conflicts, more negative thoughts, more negative emotions, more disconnect, and separation – both within ourselves and with the ones we love.
Fear is just in your mind; it’s not real:
And fear is not even REAL. Fear is created by a mind inside the mind that replays its own movie, or the movies of others, in an attempt to achieve psychological safety. We feel pain. We associate this pain to an external source. We record this pain, and the ‘culprit,’ the one who supposedly caused this pain and we keep going back to that memory over and over again. Fear is the process of projecting the thoughts of those recorded memories of pain with the intention of avoiding the recurrence of pain. Every time we do this, it hurts and we continue to feed the fire of our own suffering.
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Stay tuned for the conclusion to this short blog series next week and learn how releasing fear is a possibility for everyone, and how you too, can achieve your goals.