“Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more, so that we may fear less.”
Fear is something every human deals with. You are not alone. The blessing is that fear is about what could happen and not what is happening. When you start to understand how you create your life, fear drops away. When you learn how to deliberately create what you want in your life, fear drops away even further. The knowledge in my book gives you that understanding and the courage to take action; knowledge and action overcome fear and anxiety. The following extract from my book Just Like That! How to Get Anything You Want[i] is an example, it zeroes in on the fear of change as well as one of the main causes of fear. Other causes of fear and how to overcome them are dealt with elsewhere in the book, giving you skills to face life fearlessly, empower your life and increase your wisdom.
Knowledge tackles fear head-on; it eliminates fear and anxiety so you can step joyfully forward into a brighter, happier future where you get what you want.
Moving On From the Status Quo
No matter how tantalizing the potential outcome, many people fear change in their lives because the body fears the unknown and it fears losing its identity. The wanted or unwanted aspects of our identity are familiar, like a comfortable pair of shoes. We find comfort in the boundaries of our old strengths and weaknesses.
The body may go on high alert for several reasons – when we attempt to think differently, when we have a decision to make or when contemplating an unresolved part of our life. The body cannot ascertain the full consequence of the change and how the change will affect its ability to survive, and it fears its inability to cope in a new situation. It would rather stay as it is, even if it is suffering or unhappy.
“Action conquers fear.”
Peter Nivio Zarlenga (Author, The Orator)
Just Do It
The body can procrastinate by popping up endless questions to delay action so as to stay ‘safe’. People may feel confusion as to which path to take, so they procrastinate. Procrastination is borne out of the fear of change, yet any action, even some preliminary research, takes you closer to the real answer. Any action is progress, even if it isn’t in the best direction. There is no such thing as a ‘wrong’ action, no such thing as a ‘mistake’. Doing nothing achieves nothing. Each action takes you closer to your goal. Action helps you feel more in control, and gets the energy moving. Action is always preferable to endless procrastination.”
So, can you overcome fear, have a happy life and get what you want? You bet! Understand more about your purpose on Earth and you’ll find yourself stamping out fear from all parts of your life. Here’s the secret to your purpose here and to getting what you want in any area of your life: Just Like That! How to Get Anything You Want
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Just Like That! Table of Contents
Go after everything you fear, face it and release it. Knowledge overcomes fear and anxiety. Stop living in hope that it will go away; stop trying to handle it without educating yourself. Start doing something about it; take action to help yourself. You are entitled to a happy life.
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[i] Janet Poole, Just Like That! How to Get Anything You Want. Australia: Mountain View Publishing 2011, pp. 124 -5, Chapter 15 – Releasing the Fear of Change