How to use your fear to become the person you are meant to be

The thoughts we have in our minds can cause unwanted anxiety. The intense stories we hear or read, the ominous images we perceive, the disturbing memories that haunt us, and personal thriller movies in our minds can lead to sweaty palms, aching pains in our shoulders and other symptoms elsewhere.

These symptoms can be frightening – additional fearful feelings pile up on pre-existing fear. But you don’t have to be afraid.

The more you understand anxiety and its causes and the more familiar you become with your own symptoms, the more likely you are to channel your fear into a positive experience. There’s a fine line between healthy fear and bad fear, and they each have their reasons and uses.

When we can use fear without fearing the sensations experienced, it can grow creativity and achieve goals. Fear can even become a catalyst to help you become the person you want to be.

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