Releasing Fear for Inner Peace Fear is expectation. When a person lives in fear, it is difficult to find inner peace. Fear is within the emotions and subconscious, therefore to relieve the mind of fear one must take the venture through the course of the mind to get to the point and find inner peace. What are you afraid of, or do you even know. Some people do not know what they are afraid of until later in life. When a person learns their fears, they can then find the strength within to release the fears that trap the mind and find inner peace. Fear is a disagreeable physically powerful emotion. When a person allows the emotions to take full control of the mind, thus they lack the ability to achieve inner peace. Fear is a state of mind. It depends why the fear exists, but most times, it comes from a source. Some people are terrified of spiders, and may find a level of inner peace, but when a spider is observable, they lose the inner peace rapidly. Spiders are scary since the critters look ugly to a person afraid. For the most part spiders will not harm anyone unless the person poses a threat. Of course, spiders have bitten people in the past, but in the experience the person rolled over on the spider, stepped on the spider, or else the spider came in contact with the person and the person responded by slapping the spider away. Realistically, spiders are defending, in which is what you would do if the same thing happen to you. Other fears that present inner peace from coming in view include fear of death. Fatality frightens millions of individuals each day; hence, the individuals perturbing over death hardly ever discover their inner peace. A number of people go through life without finding their true inner peace, simply because they spent a lifetime worrying about something they had no control over. Life brings us many bolts from the blue, therefore expecting the inevitable is wasting precious time. At what time we live each day, we habitually discover one more milestone in our pathway that stops the progress of reaching our voyage to triumph. From time to time, we wander through life pondering over the things that we have no control over, or else worrying about what may happen. Death is the number one problem around the world that has lead people to death without finding inner peace. Still, few people fret each time they walk out the door, pondering over things that may or may not happen. Some people fear that when they walk out the door a truck may hit them and kill them. While the fear is taking chances, the underlying fear is death. To come to grips with your fear you must find a term in your life where you are willing to take a chance and prevent your fears from destroying your inner peace. Life is full of chances. When we take chances, we are showing our inner strengths. When we are unwilling to take chances, it shows our strength in character is controlled by the mind and emotions. Now that you learned a bit about fear, it is time to venture down the road to inner peace by taking your chances. You can start with self-talk. Self-talk will help you learn what your fears are, and when you learn take notes, since next you will analyze the source that is causing your fears. Sometimes you must reach deep within, but for few unearthing your fears is a minute away. At what time you learn your fears and finish your analysis, decide what you can do to make those fears go away. When you find the answers you will feel a sense of inner peace arriving at your doorstep, and then you can move along your journey to peace by taking the chance in life. If death is one of your fears, ask self what you can do to prevent death. You have the answer now why keep worrying. Change what you can change and dismiss what you cannot change so that inner peace can move in your brain.
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