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Fear gets to the best of us, whether it is fear of failure, fear of success, or even fear of fear. All of us experience fear at some point in our lives, and it can be a stumbling block that holds us back from being truly vibrant.
Fear can be recognised by that ricocheting into your inside world in your own reaction to everything that’s going on outside you, but where does that leave you?
Fear turns off our ability to truly use our senses. Fear is a response to something we’re sensing, but once we’re in fear our ability to use our senses starts to diminish. Which diminishes our access to our resources, both our experiences and our emotional resources.
And sometimes we get paralysed by what’s going on in the outside world and forget that we’re also part of the outside world.
Fear can’t hold you back forever, if you learn to be curious and ask it questions.
Curiosity opens up all your senses fully, and suddenly you have access to everything you have learned — and are resourced.
There are several ways to convert fear into curiosity, here are my top 9:
1. IDENTIFY THE TRIGGER
Figure out what it is in a situation that triggers you. Learning to identify it will help you learn to combat it. By the way, your genius is usually on the other side of your triggers… But that’s another article.
2. KNOW WHERE FEAR LIVES IN YOUR BODY
A lot of times, fear takes over physically. It affects different people different ways. Identify if you hold it somewhere (just by asking yourself
“where am I feeling this in my body?” and seeing where the answer comes from)
Feel how it affects your physical body, and then do the work to take care of your body. For example: if you hold stress in your back, you can learn stretches, foam rolling, etc. to ease the tension.
3. SEPARATE REALITY FROM PERCEPTION
Ask yourself what is really going on, identify facts and separate them from your feelings. Facts are…
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