Fear exists on many levels. Sometimes fears have many associations and meanings which affects how easily they can be they can be overcome, or the extent to which they affect us. Think about the word 'fear' for a second... what feelings or emotions does this create within you?
Sometimes a fear can be extremely simplistic in nature (e.g. you are unsure of how a decision now can affect your future). Once you internally process the word 'fear' it can manifest in the decisions you make based on this in completely the wrong context.
Let me give you an example... I was treating a dentist recently from Oman who left his country primarily because he wanted to start a new life in Australia which had more opportunities and freedoms than where he was from. Throughout our talks he kept repeating the same theme which was "I was scared about not just the move but how I would adapt in Australia."
I said to him "If you had a fear, wouldn't the biggest fear be your initial decision to move from Oman to Australia, rather than the little things once you got here?"
What I said was "you don't actually have a fear, rather you are simply experiencing a readjustment to a new approach outside of your pre-established comfort zone. This is more of an excitement of your emotions rather than a traditional fear that overwhelms you and stops you in your tracks."
This is important. Although stepping outside of your comfort zone may sometimes invoke feelings of fear, this is completely different as doing so allows you to step into your 'power'.
Looking back at this conversation, this week we received a testimonial below from Graham who reported a "profound shift" using Rick's CD for Overcoming the Fear of Change:
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