'Fear' Chapter

Fear of Self

Fear can serve a life affirmative purpose, and if it took only its natural shape, that is the only purpose it would ever have. The evils that feed off of fear in our minds have their origin in the frontal lobes, in the supposed center of reason. Whatever your phobia and anxiety, you do have a reason for it, though you also may have a conditioned denial of the reason.

One who fears nothing, loves nothing. What you can do is come to watch fear very closely. Live with it and not as it.

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“Always do what you are afraid to do.” Ralph Waldo Emerson (American Poet, Lecturer and Essayist, 1803-1882)

“Courage is not the absence of fear, but rather the judgement that something else is more important than fear.” Ambrose Redmoon

“Ultimately we know deeply that the other side of every fear is freedom.” Marilyn Ferguson

Natural Fear

Today’s topic is fear, and I have spoken about it before. Today, I intend to speak a bit more positively about fear. Hopefully, it will be a constructive line. Fear is the ability to recognize danger, and as that, it… Seek More

Your Fear Ally

Fear is a fundamental part of life’s meaning, and fear and love are not opposites. Instinctively, we have both emotions as a part of a dynamic that has been called biophilia. The brains neural net is much more plastic than… Seek More

Fears Blind Spots

Fear can be trained in kung fu to be awareness of set point and twitch point. When you twitch vs. the other person’s twitching. Indeed, kung fu is a good way to train your fear, and it is a good… Seek More

Fear And Love

Fear and love are complementary opposites? Love and fear are complimentary facets of the same crystal. The important realization is that your mind doesn’t really have parts. It’s your thinking that creates the appearance of separateness. Like really clear quartz… Seek More

Helpless in the Face of Fear

What do we most fear? I think most people would say that we fear many different things, but I would not agree. Pain. Helplessness… Fear is not something we can shape or directly control, so yes, too late, you are… Seek More

Pushing Through

Shall we go into happiness as it relates to fear, or insanity as it relates to fear first? I vote insanity. End on a high note! Good advice. Insanity it is. As I said, you are your fear. The thing… Seek More

The Reason We Fall into Insanity

The reason we fall into insanity, the reason it is seductive, the reason people never see it coming, is this pain makes you feel more alive. People never run away from the insane to start. They actually stick around until… Seek More

Too Much Sanity

Being autistic myself, I am on the other side of that spectrum. I have in a sense too much sanity because some important and useful skills were unable to develop. Shall I go into that as it relates to today’s… Seek More

Can You Face Happiness?

If I can face insanity, I can go beyond it and also understand others. But can you face happiness? I am not sure people can. It’s much more frightening than insanity. Shall I go into this? We experience happiness when… Seek More

Being Confused

What if you just haven’t a clue who that self is? It’s just too confusing. You have all the clues. Your confusion, that is you, and people reject those confused moments, think they are just distractions, and that everything will be… Seek More