posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 11:10 AM
OP if you feel such intense fear over many things I thing you are living from a place of fear. If you let your mind perceive the world as a fearful,
and negative place you will spawn such emotion. Always looking at the worst in the world, and expecting the terrible will inevitably manifest it.
I find I fear strange things, but not the things I should. I have come into close contact with bears, mountain lions, and rattlers. I slowly backed
away with a little more than an adrenaline rush. I have been in riots, third world hot spots, and the victim of armed robbery. Once I slipped hiking,
and had to punch my fist into ice to prevent a deadly fall. All those events were scary, but I never was paralyzed like the fear you describe.
Fast forward to a lecture I gave in front of a room full of people. I was freaking out. I had to do breathing exercises, and I even began to feel
faint. Another time, I was going to a see a lady friend I had not seen in a time. I was practically having a nervous breakdown. Why do I fear
somethings, and not others?
I have come to think that it is purely based in my own mind. I manifested insecurities that lay deep inside my psyche into reality. In effect, I
created the fear. My own reaction was not a justifiable fear, but my perception of certain circumstances in a certain way.
My advice to you is to take a look at your overall mood, and thoughts. If you are always thinking negative you will naturally manifest fear. I find
meditation to be great for helping my mood. I get into a slump of negativity, and my outlook of the world adjusts accordingly. Once I open to the love
from the higher powers I am able to move away from negativity.
Good luck in facing fear. It may be hard, but it is why we are here. We must face our demons, or we will never move on. Love or fear are the two
choices. The mind creates a chasm, and the heart crosses it.