Fear and “The One Command

Have you ever felt the feeling of fear for no apparent reason?  Maybe you experienced a feeling of unease that came upon you when you entered a parking garage alone at night (possibly for good reason) or you are meeting a new prospect for your business or you are going on a blind date.

The emotion of fear is probably one of the most limiting feelings we experience in your lives. It may not only be the most limiting but the one that is the most common.

We have the tendency to fear new or unknown things or experiences. Have you on occasion felt two emotions. Fear and something else. I have felt fear and guilt or even fear and excitement. How? I was fearful of the new experience yet I was feeling guilty because my colleague would not be joining me. I experienced excitement because of a new opportunity, yet I was afraid that it may end before it began. I was excited but I afraid that something could go wrong. You may feel pain and fearful of what it could mean to your health. Fear is rarely an emotion in a vacuum. There is usually another emotion that helps to trigger the fear.

Physically, fear is an emotional response to a perceived threat. In most cases we feel fear in our abdomen or stomach area or we may experience a racing heart or shortness of breath. Sometimes it effects the intestinal track or the muscles of the bladder. Somewhat unpleasant but it can happen in times of extreme distress. I was watching a program that had a child that was frightened of going to live with his father. Slowly the camera panned down to show a little puddle water at his feet. This child was afraid of a perceived situation. In reality it was a fear that had been generated by lies from his Mother.

Fear is also a basic survival mechanism against stimulus such as pain or the threat of danger. It is our fight or flight response. In most circumstances today, fear comes when our imagination begins to visualize something unpleasant that has not yet happened. We may look at the world around us and become fearful and thus do things to protect ourselves from some unknown force. Political campaigns are designed to get you fearful of what the opponent is going to do and thus you vote for them. Very rarely will the campaign give you the whole truth. It is up to you to gain the knowledge to make the correct decision. As fear continues to grow our outlook of the world becomes negative and it becomes a place we shun. And then our fear increases. A vicious circle of distrust.

Someone turned the word FEAR into an acronym that stood for “False Expectations Appearing Real.” Most of the time our fear has no basis and other times it is because we are feeling insecure and still others, we are in real danger. Rarely do we experience the thing that we fear the most. However it can hold us back from experiencing things which will enrich our lives. By not having these experiences we lack knowledge and lacking knowledge leads to more fear.

Bertrand Russell said, “Fear is the main source of superstition, and one of the main sources of cruelty. To conquer fear is the beginning of wisdom.”  Are you ready to conquer. Are you ready to face the perceived threat with confidence?

Many of you know the 23rd Psalm. Verse 4 says – Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me. Most people look at this verse as a statement of protection from physical harm however I think of it more as comfort, emotionally. Many people when faced with adversity recite this Psalm to gain control over their fear.

When I was facing a difficult situation that I had no direct control over I used The One Command® process to asked for an outcome that was in my best and highest good. As I was preparing for the meeting I asked for peace, confidence and wisdom each time I felt fear welling up inside of me. I attended the meeting, confident and knowing that the best outcome would come for all involved, and it did. It came in ways I never dreamed could happen. I had a confidence I had not known before. Fear was nowhere to be found.

When you begin to ask for what you want, you stop dwelling on the negative. In my case, fear was kept at bay with the knowledge that my request to the Creator of All would be answered. I have gained an unshakable faith after learning and using the 6 steps process of The One Command®.

Have you experienced apprehension, horror, dread, consternation, uneasiness, worry, panic, distress and I could go on? All of these are forms of expressing fear. So I say to you – What do you want instead? How should you think instead? Would you rather have confidence in place of apprehension? Would you want peace instead of dread, comfort instead of distress, assurance instead of worry. When faced with the feeling of fear, first ascertain if it is due to a real danger such as a fire, flood or maybe a wild animal about to attack you? In these cases your reaction is warranted. If you are not in immediate physical danger evaluate what you are really thinking. Then ask yourself what do you want instead. Create and execute your One Commands®.

Each and every time you experience fear or have doubt in your life go to theta and issue a command to remove the fear and to give you what you want instead. As you practice The One Command® your fear will change.

Our One Command® For The Week: I don’t know how I have the peace and security of knowing, that in all situations, that which is for my best and highest good will take place, no matter what the outcome with the help of the Holy Spirit. I only know I do now and I am grateful and fulfilled. —– Michael Pritchard said, “Fear is that little darkroom where negatives are developed.” The emotion of fear is probably one of the most limiting feelings we experience in your lives. It is our greatest enemy because it stops us from doing what may well bring us our greatest success. By applying the 6 simple steps of The One Command®, you can remove fear from your life and replace it with positive feelings and/or actions.

 Thank you for visiting with us today.

“According to your faith let it be done to you” Matthew 9:29 

And It is so!

In Gratitude,
Beverly Fells Jones
The Silver Fox of Consciousness

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