Spending Time Learning How to Use Our Fear

Fear begins and ends in the mind. Most of what you imagine will never happen. But what do you do when fear has taken over your total being?

From How to Master Your Fear Like a Navy Seal:

From You Can Live More Peacefully and Joyfully By Freeing Yourself From This Fear:

FoBU — the fear of being unworthy, unimportant, unappreciated, unseen, unheard, unloved or unlovable — it’s a thing. For many of us, our response to this fear is so automatic that the feeling itself is unrecognized. When FoBU is triggered, it is astonishing how much energy we can put into trying to prove to ourselves and others that we are worthy of love.

One comment

  1. Nice breathing technique

    They teach Navy Seals to use the energy of fear, the mechanism that is, the fight or flight mechanism for fuel.

    They use their exhales, elongate and slow them down

    It is what we do meditating, engage the para sympathetic nervous system

    Slowing the nervous system

    Eating up cortisol and adrenaline applying the brakes

    The fight or flight mechanism has no fear inside it

    It is just a mechanism without emotions or intent

    We add the fear with our thoughts


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