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26 Oct 2010

Halloween Day is approaching: On Welcoming Our Fears

Posted by groupofchange

Dearest Friends on the Road of Personal Evolution and Development,

As Halloween Day is approaching, I wanted to talk about our Fears.

Fear is the emotion that keeps us away from many things including:

  • Knowing and Accepting of who we are
  • Dreaming and Wishing
  • Fulfillment of our Desires and Acting on them

Fear, as is always defined as an end-result of “negative thinking”, also includes “negative feeling and behaving”. When you think negative you can automatically feel and behave negative, but the opposite is also true. Sometimes, because of a vibrative element, a physical condition or an enviromental influence, we may directly feel and behave negatively without even giving it a thought. Therefore, we end up with “negative beingness” which manifests itself as “being fearful” all the time.

This might seem to create a vicious circle in our daily lives, but it is not insurmountable. If we accept the fact that we are the only creator of our fears and that fear is not a result of what will happen in the future, or something which is inevitably coming, we are then ready to overcome it. In addition, understanding where fear is coming from (thought-behavior or emotion) would also help us manage it.

So, to be able to overcome it, first welcome it…

Happy Halloween…:)

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