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GANDHI

 

F.E.A.R.

Fu*k Everything And Run

A lot of times it just is this way. A lot of us do this. For years all I could do in any situation was just to drop everything and run away. I ran away from a lot of people, places and things. Did not give it much (or any ) thought. Just felt fear and ran. How did I learn this? Where did it come from?

Top turn this around I had to start "thinking" about what was happening and that I was running away. I had to catch myself running away and say "Hey ... I am running again". Only when I started to catch myself could I start to look at myself with some detachment and discernment and ask myself critical questions about my behavior.

 

False Evidence Appearing Real.

"Is this feeling real or am I making it up?" "Is this feeling an actual feeling or just an old habit of what I always do in this situation?"

This, and other, questions like these must be asked to ourselves. When a situation occurs or when we must do something or see someone we ask ourselves critical questions - rather than just go with the "feeling" of fear that often arrises. When I ask myself these question I remove a lot of the old power that the person or situation has had over me and I can start to move out of old habits.

 

Face Everything And Recover

Its time to "Turn and Face the Dragon". Time to turn towards, lean in to my fears if I can. Once I have overcome my impulse to run and once I have started to take away fear's power by seeing it for what it really is, it is time to face into my fears and take away more of their power. I can only really get here once I have gone through the previous two processes. Yet, once I am here, it feels great to face situations and people that used to really scare us. Like flying or like being called in to the bosses office. Face them. Take away their power. Use your own power.

 

Fu*k, Everything's Always Real

The flip side to the dilemma! I have found that once I am trying to manage my fears and am starting new habits with a lot less fears - then the world takes on a whole new front and a whole new appearance It become just "normal! Haha. I know. Hard to believe but true. The world is NOT scary. It is just the big old normal world full of normal people doing normal things and there is very little to fear at all.

 

 

Fear-Less.NetFEAR - Fear is a feeling induced by perceived danger or threat that occurs in certain types of organisms, which causes a change in metabolic and organ functions and ultimately a change in behavior, such as fleeing, hiding, or freezing from perceived traumatic events. Fear in human beings may occur in response to a specific stimulus. - more

 
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