Fear tends to permeate many areas of our lives. For example, if you fear making new friends, it then stands to reason that you also may fear going to parties, having intimate relationships, applying for jobs, and so on.
Some fear is instinctual, healthy, and keeps us alert to trouble. The rest – the part that holds us back from personal growth – is inappropriate and destructive, and can perhaps be blamed on our conditioning. We can’t escape fear. We can only transform it into a companion that accompanies us in all our exciting adventures.
The real issue has nothing to do with the fear itself, but rather how we hold the fear. For some, fear is totally irrelevant. For others, it creates a state of paralysis. This week we’re discussing how to feel the fear and do it anyway.
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Our Weekly meetings are held on Tuesday nights (a minimum of 48 weeks per year) 6 - 8 pm via Zoom. They are split into two parts, the check-ins, followed by the presentation and discussion on the topic of the night.
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