Your Fear is Holding You Back…
…from living the life you want
We live surrounded by fear. The media is relentless in their spread of fear; it sells so why not? The problem with this is that it means that most of us live in a constant state of fear. Add to that our own personal fears and it’s easy to understand why so many of us struggle. Fear is a huge source of stress and so if we want to reduce our stress levels a good place to start is by taking a closer look at our fears.
One thing that’s worth getting your head around is this: your response to fear will be determined by your overall level of emotional resilience. If you feel strong emotionally then you will be able to bat away feelings of fear (or stress or anxiety etc). How easy you’re able to do that will depend on
- the fear itself
- the strength of the fear
- your level of emotional resilience
So if wrestling your fears to the ground is on your to-do list then, taking steps to boost your emotional resilience will definitely help you with that. The thing is, addressing your fears IS boosting your emotional resilience, so it makes total sense to start with your fears if they’re a big deal for you. But don’t stop there; also take a look at your life stresses, anxieties and inner conflicts, other words; your head trash!
Go from fearful to fearless
Clearing your fear is quick and easy with our Head Trash Clearance Method. Once you’ve cleared your fears, you can step forward with confidence. You’ve done it before, you can do it again. This is being fearless. Acknowledging your fear and doing it anyway!
Take The First Step in Reducing Fear
We tend to fear the things we hate. So an important first step in reducing fear is to look at the thing we fear from a different perspective.
Once we make friends with the thing that we fear, we’re less likely to fear it. Our fear only wants to protect us, but sometimes it gets confused. So we don’t want to banish it completely, we want to acknowledge it and make friends with it.