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Fear, anxiety, uncertainty


It is hard to choose when you come from a place of fear, anxiety, and uncertainty. To combat that, we can meditate. Meditation brings peace, love, positivity, and non-judgment to our lives.


What's involved in meditation, and what can we do if we have to choose and fear is involved?

  • You can take a moment, pause, observe, and discern if there really is reason to be fearful.

  • Notice when you might have entered into an old pattern of behavior or old energy.

  • Then, gently close your eyes and come back to your heart center. Rest your palm on your heart. Feel your breath moving in and out of your heart space. Feel your body's connection with the breath moving in and out and with a focus on the heart.

As you breathe in and out, focusing on your heart, you teach your body to feel safe. You are letting yourself know you are here and connecting to yourself. You learn by your body's messages what the truth is. Little by little, the breath becomes more shallow, and brainwaves slow down. Your mind and thoughts slow down. Your heart is influencing all of this activity. You can then tune into the energy of love, kindness, gratitude, freedom, peace, and choice. You become familiar with what feels good in your heart by practicing this repeatedly. You learn what resonates well in your physical body, which connects you to your higher self.


Meditation and mindfulness practices offer many opportunities to ease your way out of fear and anxiety. The options HERE are many.


More to read

"Nature is perfect, whole, and complete. I am part of nature. I too, am perfect, whole, and complete when I let go of my fears and doubts."


"Some people have a wonderful capacity to appreciate again and again, freshly and naively, the basic goods of life, with awe, pleasure, wonder, and even ecstasy." —Abraham H. Maslow.

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