How To Better Analyze The Times You Should Really Be Afraid Of Something

From A Course In Miracles:

T-11.VIII.13. Children perceive frightening ghosts and monsters and dragons, and they are terrified. 2 Yet if they ask someone they trust for the meaning of what they perceive, and are willing to let their own interpretations go in favor of reality, their fear goes with them. 3 When a child is helped to translate his “ghost” into a curtain, his “monster” into a shadow, and his “dragon” into a dream he is no longer afraid, and laughs happily at his own fear.

When we bring our fears into the light of reality and see them for what they are, we can experience such a strong release of emotions that we will have a cathartic moment. This restores and refreshes the spirit, clearing away clutter and debris from our inner being. In order to move into and through authenticity we must clear our bodies and mind to receive wisdom and make decision that work to our advantage.

Prayer, meditation, breath work and guided counseling are all tools we can use to align ourselves. And get moving! Walking, yoga…whatever works.

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