How to stop fear dead in its tracks!

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Our brain is actively converting, figuring, and redirecting information that it is presented with.  In your mind there is an abundant collection of various memories, beliefs, and visions.

Whether you realize it or not, you browse through your memory archives to reference the past when you encounter a new experience.  You also dig through the same material to determine whether you are capable of completing a certain task.

The mind is incredible!  But what happens when our mind does not archive information correctly?  What happens if we decide to browse through our mental records and we don’t pull the correct file? Scary, right? This is scary because we will be operating under false information.

The scarier part out of all of this is that we access the wrong information more often than we think.  This happens when we experience fear.  I am not talking about the natural fight-or-flight fear that we experience when we are not feeling safe; I am talking about the fear of really living.

Whenever we think the world is out to get us, whenever we are scared to follow through with something we desire, or we experience doubt, we are experiencing this fear.

Somehow we scan our mental library of material and retrieves information that is disengaged with who we truly are and what we are capable of.

We tell ourselves that we can’t do something before we really put forward an effort to do it.  On what basis are we determining this?  What concrete evidence do we have? How are we truly gaging if we are “good enough” for something?

Our mind is pretty wonderful but it is not psychic.  More than likely you won’t know your true potential until you put effort to seek it.  It is up to you to stop accessing the incorrectly processed info in your brain that tells you that you are not good enough and start looking at all the material that points to why you can.

It’s time for you to stop over analyzing situations and jump in and get your hands dirty.

Who cares what happened in the past or to someone else.  The stars are lined up differently now.  You have never lived this moment before so therefore, anything is possible.

Basing everything on illusions made up of fear from information that no longer applies or never excited in the first place.  When we are in fear it is because we are anticipating something bad to happen.  We are processing a million scenarios on how things cannot work out in our favor- essentially predetermining our own destiny.

So this week I want you to just be aware of your fear based thoughts.  Where are they really coming from?  What concrete proof do you have on the failure of a future outcome?  You will find that you don’t have any solid proof and that you were pulling up an incorrectly stored file in your mind.

In the comments below, I would like to hear your thoughts and your ideas on this matter!

1 Comment

  • monti

    Reply Reply March 22, 2013

    This post is amazing. I guess we really do pull from the wrong information sometimes. And us trying to make predictions on something that hasent happened is really ridiculous when we think about. Once again thank you for your insight and food for thought.

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