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Quanta's Jim Britt - Letting Go of FEAR

Written on the 31 August 2016 by Charles Allen

What is the opposite of FEAR? Anything that is not loving is based in fear. Fear is an emotional conflict within yourself. For example, anger may be the fear of not being in control. Sadness may be the fear of what you have lost or may lose. So the million dollar question is 'How do you let go and walk away from FEAR? Quanta co-founder Jim Britt explains.

Most people have a desire to do more with their lives. However, fear acts as a major prohibitor and prevents them from even trying. Fear immobilizes you and creates friction in your thought process.

A good example of fear in action is one who desires to start their own business. Fear of the unknown or fear of the risk or fear of failing may prevent that person from ever getting started. When you enter the emotional state of fear, your brain is simply trying to keep you safe and secure. In doing something unknown, you may feel as if you're in danger. The brain will automatically have you flee from pain.

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There are many theories on how to get rid of fear. After all, fear is not false, its very real. On the other hand, its simply a made up story but one that you believe is true. And if you believe its true, then it will be true for you.

We all have heard the remedy of 'Just face your fears and they will go away'. What about the people that are fearful of 'facing their fears'? There are a multitude of daily routine acts that can be considered risky that may cause fear. Driving a car is risky. Getting married is risky. Riding a bicycle is risky. Snow skiing is risky. Mountain climbing is risky. Raising children is risky. Driving over the speed limit is risky. And on and on. All these acts are risky but we do them anyway. You see, every action you take is either based in fear or based in love.

If you move toward what you want to accomplish in life, then you have moved away from your fears. The more you move toward what you want to accomplish, then the more you will move away from fear. As you move toward what you love you may still feel the fear. However, the key here is to observe you fear and look at it for what it really is. Your fear is simply energy from a thought process based on a past experience that you project into the future with the anticipation that it may happen again.

"FEAR is simply taking a past experience and projecting it into the future with the anticipation of it happening again and re-experiencing it in the present moment. " - Jim Britt

Fear is not real unless you give it life. If you move toward what you want to accomplish in life, then you have moved away from your fears. The more you move toward what you want to accomplish, then the more you will move away from fear. As you move toward what you love you will feel the fear. However, the key here is to observe you fear and look at it for what it really is. Your fear is simply energy from a thought process based on a past experience that you project into the future with the anticipation that it may happen again. is just trapped energy wanting to be released.

When you observe your fear and look at it for what it really is, then you have weakened its hold on you. Or should I say YOUR HOLD ON IT. The act of self-observation is in itself the act letting go of your fear. Self-observation goes one step beyond self-awareness. Self-observation involves not only being aware of the fear, but separating yourself from it and seeing it for what it really is.

Fear is nothing more than a made up story in your mind based on a past experience in anticpation of it happening again.When you self-observe your fear, see it for what it is, you are letting it go. Then you simply move past it toward what you love. Don't give the fear any attention and move past it on a new path,


Chris Doe Ford - for more information and daily training and techniques on this topic and other life changing methods within Quanta, please visit my homepage at http://selfhelpishere.com.

Author: Charles Allen
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