Conquer Fear and Worry and Become Free

Fear kills and destroys – Fear is such a huge life-sucker, it saps your energy, your vitality and life-force. It robs you of your peace and does not bring anything of value to you and to your life. But once you figure fear out, once you see what it is and how it operates in you and in your life, you are set free and everything will change for you. We don’t have to live in fear. We don’t have to worry, we don’t have to doubt ourselves and Life. In this article I’ll share some powerful questions that will help you become free from fear and worry once and for all.

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The ONE question that will help you snap out of any anxious and fearful thoughts

There’s a huge difference in thinking and feeling vs knowing. Feelings come from thinking, they are the result of what we think and believe, so they are not anchored in Truth. Since they are changeable they can’t be reliable, but what is always reliable is what you know. What you know deep down to be true and that has nothing to do with your feelings and thinking. The fear-thoughts in your head is not yours, it’s just a program in your mind. Ask yourself this question any time you feel scared, worried or stressed out and you will snap back into alignment again in an instant!

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Stuck in the Spiritual Waiting Room

In this last article in this three part series I’m addressing one of the biggest blockages to progress and forward-movement when feeling stuck in the waiting room. In the previous articles I’ve talked about the “Void” where nothing seems to happen and you just feel completely stuck and unable to move forwards no matter what you do or how hard you try to change things. The waiting room time doesn’t have to be hard and confusing though, and many (if not most) people are stuck there way longer than necessary. If you have been stuck in the spiritual waiting room for ages, then this could very well be the missing piece that changes everything for you.

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My dog just died – Why am I not grieving more?

“When I was little I was terribly sensitive to loss or change. I remember when my one brother was joining the military I went to say goodbye to him. He was with his girlfriend and I remember wondering how she able to even stand up, my sadness was so huge. Or when my oldest brother got married I cried so bad I forced myself to concentrate on what television shows I’d watch that evening to keep from crying. Recently I had to put my dog to sleep after being with him for over 14 years. I loved him more than anything, so I’m wondering, why am I not grieving him more?”

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