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Wednesday, June 14, 2017


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…but I sat there and waited it out, he left and I moved on with my day.  There’s no home safe enough, no relationship secure enough, no person sane enough, no situation perfect enough to escape change…and I should know as I have fought it every step of the way since the day I was blessed into this world.  We are our own worst enemy when it comes to fears and “what-if’s.”  Those of us with huge imaginations go one step further because if we run out of things to fear, we just make up stuff, and not even on purpose…lol…sad, but true.

What if a lion did jump in front of your car…what would you do?  If you think about it, there is no other choice but for it to work out.  If you stay in your car, it would realize it couldn’t get to you even if it wanted to and move on down the road, if it were even curious about you in the first place…you would then go on with your journey and that situation would have worked out just fine.  Worse case scenario, you end up sitting there for a long time, but you live and you move on.  We all let fear rule our lives and yet, if we realized at the time it is happening that there is no such thing as fear we would eliminate so much stress from our lives.  Every situation will work out…it has no other choice.  It may not always work out the way you want it to, but it will work out.  More often than not the fear of a situation is in the “what if…” and in these instances it helps to remember there is no “what if,” there is only…what is.

If you break it down slowly, as it happens, and cope with each part of it, the situation at hand will seem less fearful.  First deal with the why…ask why you are afraid in that moment?  Are you projecting into the future?  Are you basing fear on something that may happen simply because it has in the past or even because your mind tells you there is no other way?  How could you know?  If you are not a person who has the gift of E.S.P, then how could you possibly know the future? Answer these questions and you relieve the fear.  Practice this in every fear-based situation, and eventually you abolish irrational fear from your life.  Fight-or-flight (fear in dangerous and real situations) is a necessary thing for survival, but irrational fear is not.  It hinders way more than it could ever help. 

The key to success when making changes in your life is this…never let anyone force you into doing anything you don’t want to do at that time.  It takes time to eliminate fear…it takes time to effectuate change in any way, but it absolutely, positively must be done at your own pace…no one else’s.  It will work out…every time…have faith in yourself, you’re worth it.

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