Put a big smile on your fear. And what can you share that might help someone else reading this? You can't fight yourself and win. It can become a meaningless ritual. Whenever you feel fear, retrace your mental steps and observe what you were thinking. So, you do all you can to create that certainty.
Fear of taking risks is the bigger risk. Use the Power of Your Intuition In some situations, your gut instinct will be telling you something, leading you to move in a particular direction. Fear is an innate response of the sympathetic nervous responses. This personal chat will be better than trying to cope alone. You can then use it as fuel to help you move forward in a positive and functional way! Determine whether this is a case of fear of a future situation or if it's a situation in front of you. See it and feel it. Extinguish fear — by replace it with your Dream 2.
See the gap — now close it. You are replacing an old idea with a new one you love. No personal property or identity. Use this gage - like a thermometer — to see where you are. Your relations with others are limited and real success eludes your best efforts.
Every time you avoid the feared object or situation, you accumulate another experience of failure and another piece of evidence attesting to your weakness. Give the report to a Republican and a Democrat — and each will sift through the data and find only the facts that support what each already believes. My advice is to begin by taking on smaller challenges and work your way up. Talk to someone you can trust about how it made you feel, to get some real time reassurance and help with overcoming the feelings of fear that arose. Only mindfulness and concentration on feeling safe assures safety.
The experience of anxiety involves nervous system arousal. Begin to re-structure your thoughts to not engage in catastrophic thinking, and start to talk back to those thoughts. You are doing it with your Attention to it - so you can fix it. If you're not asking - you can't hear the answers. It allows you to dive deeper and to find solutions. Stress is fear based - in anticipation of and in response to - prolonged physical states of hyperactivity.
You are looking for it, and you attract it in. Too many of us are not living our dreams because we are living our fears. It is powerful when used regularly. We developed imagination to be able to project into the future so we can plan ahead. This is a belief of yours that is not accurate. It's time to free yourself from the treadmill and get your health and vitality back. Your feelings are there to tell you something, ask what the purpose of them is.
Doing this starts to recondition your mind to feel calmer and more upbeat about upcoming events or regular situations which were causing anxiety. Try to learn more about your fear or anxiety. This in turn primes your body to become even more anxious in the actual situation and so the vicious cycle continues. Or imagine yourself in a relaxing place. Focus on how positive emotions, such as peace and joy, show up your body — as a rush of warmth or a tingle of delight.
Survival strategy here is pleasing and being of service to be safe. Review the experiences of others and try it yourself. The trick is to have an image or a visual you can recall easily. Repeat this until your body relaxes. It is one of the most reliable sources of wisdom you will ever access in your life.