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3 Simple Ways To Remove Fear From Your Life

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Fear is a killer. It can kill your dreams if you let it. It can cripple your legs if you let it. Fear is there, but do not let it stop your growth. Because if you are not growing, then you are living your fears. Do not live in fear, but in love. Live in love, not fear. Live in love, not doubt. Live in the present, not in the past. Don’t fear. We all have it. You are not alone. And we will win together. According to George S. Patton, “Everybody’s afraid, but to do your job in combat you have to put your fear down. If you’re not afraid in combat, you’re either a fool or a liar.”

“Guilt is the result of fear …”- Benjamin Creme

As I said before, we all have it. It is not a weakness. It is a strength. It is a strength only if you know what to do with it. But if you don’t know what to do with your fear, if you don’t know how to handle it, if you don’t know how to play with it, if you don’t know how to make it your best friend, then it becomes a problem.

“If you’re not afraid in combat, you’re either a fool or a liar.”– George S. patton

Fear can paralyze you if you let it. Don’t let it. You are more powerful than you think. You can do more than you think. Do not let fear destroy you. Face it. Use it to grow. Use it to make yourself a masterpiece. And removing fear from your life is not going to happen overnight. You must be patient with yourself.

You can remove fear from your life. Yes, you can do it. All you have to do is to believe in yourself. Whether you enjoy hearing it or not, everything, everything, starts with you. Because you are responsible for your life.

To remove fear from your life, according to Benjamin Creme, “The way to remove fear and guilt is to … instill, acquire, build into yourself honesty of mind, sincerity of spirit, and detachment. If done assiduously, correctly, these inevitably build the detachment in which fear and guilt disappear.” If you can face your fears, you can live your life. Let’s do it!

How To Know Yourself Better?

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Andrea Piacquadio

You have got to be patient with yourself. It takes time to really discover your true self. You cannot know yourself better if you are not honest with yourself. Be honest with yourself. Do not hide behind anything. Do not wear any mask to cover your face. Reveal who you really are to yourself. Don’t do what other people are doing. Do what your heart is telling you to do. You must allow yourself to be yourself. You are still searching for your real self because you haven’t allow your true self to come out.

To know yourself better, you must allow yourself to be vulnerable. You must allow yourself to look foolish. Do your own thing. Follow your own passion. But before you follow your passion, you must find a way to test your passion. Because your passion has to be yours. If not, you are just wasting your time. Norman Vincent Peale said, “Our problem is to become acquainted with our own selves, letting our personalities loose upon the world for the sheer adventure of their full development and in the positive hope that they may in their own way lift the level of humanity.” If you don’t know who you really are, you can’t develop yourself. And if you cannot develop yourself, you cannot develop others.

“To find yourself, think for yourself.”- Socrates

You must do your own thing. It is easier to deceive yourself than to face your own reality. If you can’t face your own reality, if you can’t do your own thing, if you can’t follow your own dream (even if it is unpopular), you are just chasing other people’s dreams. You are just living other people’s lives. It is okay to learn from other people. But live your own life. Be comfortable with your failures. Be comfortable with your mistakes. Be ready to be vulnerable. There can be no progress without vulnerability. If you are not ready to try new things, you are not ready to leave your comfort zone. Whether you are ready to leave your comfort zone or not, know this: “Your true self is not in your comfort zone.” To know yourself better, you must embrace yourself. You must be comfortable looking at yourself in the mirror. And to know yourself, you must look within you. Are you ready?