Another way fear expresses itself is as a belief that the past is somehow true in the present. For example, if you’ve lost money on an investment in the past or made a foolish mistake, you might fear similar experiences in the future. This is a hasty conclusion based on a faulty assumption.
The truth is that the past is nothing more than a memory, and it has no real existence other than what we project on it. We benefit greatly when we no longer treat the past as a determiner of our present or future. This doesn’t mean forgetting your past — the past provides wisdom that can help prevent needless pain and suffering — but it does mean letting go of the painful aspects and struggles of the past.
You can begin this process of release by tuning in to any uncomfortable feelings the past is creating in the present and stating an affirmation, such as, “I release and let go of the painful feelings I am feeling about my past.” Making such conscious statements of release sets your inner intention, which you’ll then want to follow with a healing approach. The healing approach that most effectively deals with fear is the way you live life itself.
Excerpted from the article:
How To Release Fear & Anxiety
by Jonathan Parker.
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The Soul Solution: Enlightening Meditations for Resolving Life’s Problems — by Jonathan Parker.