“Stress is caused by being ‘here’ but wanting to be there.” ~ Eckart Tolle

Kicking Yourself Over Fear

Do you have anxiety or some other irrational fear?  Do you often kick yourself for being so afraid of something so minor?  You may be surprised to discover one day that the extremity of your fear may very well be justified, even though the issue at hand appears to be very small, or even nonexistent.

Think of all of the times people have been judged, tormented and then put to death over the last 1,000 years.  It was a very common practice, and the souls would not have had the opportunity to address their extreme emotions prior to their deaths.  Therefore, a large number of people living today are probably still haunted by such a past life experience.  The emotion would not likely show itself until they find themselves in a similar situation such as public speaking.  Suddenly, back in front of a group of people, this extreme fear is returned.  Given that this example is only one possible emotional cause, is it any wonder that this is such a common fear?

I have had some anxiety throughout my life.  I hadn’t noticed it lately, but now that I’m used to paying attention to subtle feelings, I did notice it in the shower a month ago.  It was especially odd, because I had nothing going on that day.  So before I even had breakfast, I sat down to do the releasement process, and I was brought to another lifetime.  I was terrified.  Six feet in front of me was a black panther that looked like it was about to tear me to shreds.  The day after releasing this, I noticed that my shoulders were not tense.  They did not feel sore when I rubbed them.  Prior to this, there has not been a day in my life when my shoulders were not tense.  I keep checking them, but only twice this month have they been even remotely tender.

A friend of mine once told me that she was afraid of honey combs.  We had no clue why she would be afraid of an inanimate object, until one day when she watched a show on The History Channel and discovered that there was once a colony that would torment women by placing honey combs on their faces and have the bees sting them.

You probably have a really good reason for being as scared as you are.  You just haven’t uncovered it yet.

Understand What You Are

Your body, mind and world is in you; you are not in them. ~ Deepak Chopra

When People Judge You

When people judge you, they cause zero harm to you, but lasting harm to themselves.


When little, annoying things happen to us, they serve an important purpose. The purpose is to teach us not to react to external circumstances, but to respond from a higher, trusting place. Learn the lesson and the annoyances will stop.


Learn to trust so much that you love not knowing.

Your Body

Your body and its physical experiences is an indication of who you are at this moment in time. This includes past experiences that you are still holding onto, much of which you do not remember. Your body indicates to you which mental issues you need to work on. Recognize your body as a mirror of your mind.

Letting Go

Letting go of set conscious beliefs is one of the most difficult and most rewarding things a person can do.  Releasing subconscious beliefs is actually much easier.


“You’re not just a drop in the ocean.  You’re the whole ocean in the drop.” ~ Rumi

Mainstream Mental Health

Here is an interesting article about psychology and psychiatry:

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