The Seven Fears Holding you stuck

Rise Beyond the scarcity

“We are more often frightened than hurt; and we suffer more from imagination than from reality.”


When I started my journey in energy work, I heard my teacher saying the phrase below repeatedly.

Where there is Fear, Love has no place & the opposite. Love is the total absence of fear.

Love asks no questions. It is expansion, not comparison and measurement.

At this point in my life, I was heartbroken, I had anxiety, and most of the day, I was thinking about how nice it would be if I just died.

And then these words and teachings came into my reality:

Happiness, anxiety, joy, resentment - we have many words for the many emotions we experience in our lifetimes. But deep down, at our cores, there are only two emotions: love and fear. All positive emotions come from love, and all negative emotions come from fear.

From love flows happiness, contentment, peace, and joy. From fear comes anger, hate, anxiety, and guilt.

If you’re not afraid, you’re not human. Everyone is scared of something. Fears tend to evolve and change over time.

But basically, most of our fears are learned Fears.

Our minds tend to create a lot of thoughts that make us feel afraid, and our ego often adds to this with its constant chatter. However, there are specific basic fears that everyone experiences at some point in their lives. Unless we are dead, it is expected to have conversations with fear on a daily basis.

Let’s explore seven basic fears and their impact on our lives and business.

1. Fear of Being Judged – The Invisible Audience

Ever feel like you're on stage with an invisible audience critiquing your every move? You're not alone. Here's the secret: the audience is mostly in your head.

Tip: Turn off the spotlight. Spend a day doing things just for you, not for likes, shares, or nods of approval. The only review that matters is the one you give yourself at the end of the day.

2. Fear of Uncertainty – The Foggy Path

Life's path can sometimes feel like wandering through fog—you can't see where you're going, and every shadow seems like a monster.

Tip: Light a lantern of curiosity. Start with small adventures to build your bravery muscle. Try a new food, take a different route home, or start a conversation with a stranger. Discoveries await!

3. Fear of Failure – The Monster Under the Bed

Remember the monster under the bed when you were a kid? Failure is the adult version. It's scary until you shine a light on it.

Tip: Keep a "What I Learned" journal. Every "failure" is just a plot twist in your epic story. Write it down, learn, and then, armed with knowledge, slay that dragon.

My responsibilities and the desperation that my life was doomed led me to a new way of thinking and the teachings of my mentors and gurus. And everything changed.

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4. Fear of Rejection – The Cold Shoulder

Rejection feels like being the last one picked for dodgeball—on a cold day. But here's a warmer perspective.

Tip: Create your own team. Invest in people who celebrate you, quirks and all. Remember, it's better to be a first-rate version of yourself than a second-rate version of someone else.

5. Fear of Losing Our Identity – The Chameleon Effect

Ever feel like a chameleon, changing colors to match the expectations around you? It's exhausting.

Tip: Plant your roots. Spend some time reflecting on what makes you, you. Then, let those colors shine brightly, and watch as the world adjusts its palette to match yours.

6. Fear of Death – The Final Curtain

The ultimate unknown, and yet, it's as natural as life itself.

Tip: Live with purpose. Make each day a scene worth watching. When you're busy living fully, death becomes just another character in your story, not the plot twist.

7. Fear of Success – The Peak Paradox

Yes, reaching the peak can be as daunting as the climb. What if you actually get everything you've dreamed of?

Tip: Embrace success as a journey, not a destination. Visualize your success and get comfortable with it. After all, you've earned your place at the summit.

Turn the tables and use fear to your advantage:

1. Determine why you’re afraid. If you’re afraid of falling off a cliff and dying, your fear might be warranted, and further evaluation is required. If it’s just your ego talking, you know the fear isn’t in your best interest. That’s the fear that keeps you in your current situation.

2. Reframe the situation. The fact that you’re physically uncomfortable doesn’t have to control your thoughts or actions. When you’re feeling anxious, take that as a sign that something great might be getting ready to happen. Step outside your comfort zone and take advantage of the opportunity.

Use your fear to your advantage. It’s a good thing, not something to be

avoided. Embrace it.

3. Make a list of all of your fears. You’ll notice a pattern. It might be a fear of embarrassment, success, or becoming isolated. By understanding the core of your fears, you can better deal with them.

By addressing the core issue, you may be able to eliminate many of your fears at the source.

4.Recognize that fear is self-induced. It's only your perception of the event that creates your fear. And fear is just a feeling. It may include physical symptoms, but it’s a feeling nevertheless.

If your life isn’t in danger, your fear is just a guess. When you realize this fact, you’ll also realize that your other feelings follow the same rules. If you can make yourself feel bad, you can make yourself feel good, too.

Closing Thoughts

Get the help you need. Perhaps you need help getting over deep-seated fears.

There’s probably a good reason why they’re deep-seated. Use your fear as motivation to get help. You might find you need help with a few other mental health issues, too. Getting help for your fear could help you move forward with a myriad of new benefits.

Fear isn’t something to be avoided. Use fear to your advantage. Fear is a wonderful opportunity to learn about yourself. Fear can also be used as a chance to grow on a personal level. If you’re not afraid, you’re not living.

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"The eyes of others our prisons; their thoughts our cages."

-Virginia Woolf

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