Hello fellow Co-Creators! Last night I discovered Binaural Beats
which is a form of audio that you listen to in headphones and it helps you reach much higher levels of meditation. Well while I was laying in my bed listening and breathing and just allowing the thoughts to pass, I kept coming back to "feel good" "good thoughts only" and then I thought..."Why am I fighting negative thoughts and feelings? Where are they coming from?" and then I realized that my greatest enemy (the thing that is holding me back from manifesting and being all powerful) is FEAR. I have had this anxiety and fear and negativity inside of me since I was a child. So last night I decided I would begin uncovering and overcoming my fear and self-limiting beliefs.
Well, low and behold, this morning I check my email and there is a message from Brian Tracy called "Master Your Fears."
Now I am on youtube.com looking up "how to overcome fear." I'll be sure to check with Tony Robbins, Wayne Dyer, Deepak, and all of my other fantastic beautiful mentors that I have to be thankful and praise God for. Thank you Thank you Thank you God for giving me power over my mind, to discover things about my self, and make decisions, and learn to control my thoughts and feelings so that nothing can stand between me and any desire I have.
Here is what Brian Tracy had to say:
Master Your Fears
By Brian Tracy
Perhaps the greatest challenge you will ever face in life is the conquest of fear and the development of courage. Fear is, and always has been, the greatest enemy of mankind. When Franklin D. Roosevelt said, “The only thing we have to fear is fear itself,” he was saying that the emotion of fear, rather than the realty of what we fear, is what causes us anxiety, stress, and unhappiness. When you develop the habit of courage and unshakeable self-confidence, a whole new world of possibilities opens up for you. Just imagine-what would you dare to dream or be or do if you weren't afraid of anything in the whole world?
Develop the Habit of Courage
Fortunately, the habit of courage can be learned just as any other habit is learned, through repetition. We need to constantly face and overcome our fears to build up the kind of courage that will enable us to deal with the inevitable ups and downs of life unafraid. The starting point in overcoming fear and developing courage is to look at the factors that predispose us toward being afraid. The root source of most fear is childhood conditioning, usually associated with destructive criticism. This causes us to develop two major types of fear. These are the fear of failure, which causes us to think “I can't, I can't, I can't,” and the fear of rejection, which causes us to think “I have to, I have to, I have to.” Our fears can paralyze us, keeping us from taking constructive action in the direction of our dreams and goals.