|Stop Feeding Your Fears|
So stop feeding your fears. Shine the light onto them. Look at the fear head on, one by one. Don't condemn or judge the fear. If you do this, you are only reinforcing it. Treat your fears with love, respect, and kindness because, in the end, they are you. If you condemn and judge your fears, you condemn and judge yourself. What happens when you condemn and judge yourself? You become resistant, you lose respect for yourself, and you lower your confidence and your self-esteem.
Love your fear. It's part of you. You still love your child or best friend even though they've been disobedient, don't you? You don't pretend everything is okay and leap over it? I hope not, anyways. What you do is confront it with love. You look at it, you observe it, you question it, and you ask where it came from all with the power of love not with the power of resentment, anger, ridicule and condemnation. Shine the light onto your fears to stop feeding your fears.