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Our fears are actually a treasure house of power that can be put to good use.

Published on 2/2/2016
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It is fine to have healthy fears, but it is more important to look at them as achallenge that can be turned around for the better. 

A great amount of mental energy is locked up in our worries, and in a sense our fears are actually a treasure house of power that can be put to good use

There are real tangible fears that make you break out into a sweat at the merest thought, and then there are the free loaders, the imaginary worries that have tagged along in great numbers for the free ride. In the troubled state you're in, your mind cannot differentiate between the two. So the first thing to do when you get stressed out is to separate real fears from the bogus ones.

Look at your worst case scenario with a microscope. Lower your sense of selfesteem a bit and try and accept the worst that can happen to you. Let's say you can't pay the EMI any more because you lost your job. So what will happen? You'll have to give up your car and go by bus. What's the worry? That people will say `oh, he doesn't have a car any more'. You have fallen in the eyes of your world. If on the other hand you can negotiate with yourself on the what-people-will say bit, the loss of the car won't feel that bad.

The day you tell yourself `to hell with people, let them say what they will say' your fear of not paying the EMI will have disappeared, and you will focus on the real issue of getting another job. The point is that most fears can be negotiated with and reduced by just talking things out inside your head.
Most of our worries are inflated by our sense of self-importance, and once that is managed, the world will instantly start to look better.

Another thing I have personally learnt from life's experiences is to use fear in creative ways. A great amount of mental energy is locked up in our worries, and in a sense our fears are actually a treasure house of power that can be put to good use. My golden rule is -use every fear to galvanise you into action.

Fared badly in exams? Use that worry to focus on the future. Scared you don't have enough friends? Well, what are you waiting for? Go make new friends.
Once you learn to use fear creatively you'll find lots of new stamina, tremendous enthusiasm, awesome power in everything you do. It's a great motivator, a friend and benefactor. Never let fear scare you. Make it motivate you.
After a while you'll learn to ride it effortlessly. Fear is the currency of your daily life. It's the petrol that fuels your mental engine, makes you go that extra mile to get what you want. So every time you feel it pour down your veins, fill the tank up and zoom forward full throttle.

At PetesPlace, we have begun regular classes as scheduled from the 18th Jan 2016. I want to thank you all for the tremendous support and encouragement you have been over the past 3 months while I was working to get this project on track. We have got five students within the first couple of weeks of opening admissions/registrations and hopefully we should have more signing up before the end of the month. I still need your financial assistance for the audio/visual equipment required for our class room presentations. My estimate is that if each of my 500+ IBO friends contribute just $2 it will help me with the target amount required to add to our teaching aids.  I will be much obliged if you could help and share this with your friends and associates. Thank you in advance. You can contribute thru' our

https://www.ketto.org/PetesPlace

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or simply thru' your Paypal A/c to: mercutio.peters@gmail.com

 

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