FEAR is Forgetting Everything is All Right
FEAR is: Forgetting Everything is All Right
The disaster in Japan was hard to address and even harder to grasp the massive wall of swiftly moving debris effortlessly annihilating people, places and animals.
As real-time witnesses to Nature’s upper hand, our hearts go out to the victims and our horrors are realized. We are truly helpless in these crushing circumstances.
This stated, survival instinct and intellect are woven within us. Hence, even in our darkest hours, our strength becomes apparent as we collectively clean up and care for others. In this process of giving we guarantee Humanity’s survival. Working together, we rebuild, reclaim and recover.
At The Mental Gym, I often find myself as a rescue-worker of sorts hired to clean up people’s emotionally-generated tsunamis. I have a strong belief that if we melted our unhealthy thoughts together, we would witness one massive, ugly lump much like the horror of February. These self-created and self-destructive stories disrupt clients’ lives and keep them struggling and running for cover.
“We have nothing to fear but fear itself.”
Fear is the basis of war, plight and poverty. It is our attachment to fear that creates hoarding, dishonesty and heartache. All of us can list in our own lives experiences that illustrate this sad truth. We are our own (and others) worst enemies when we buy into fear; Forgetting Everything is All Right.
Please consider adopting the belief that everything is as it should be, because to feel otherwise is to struggle senselessly. Reject a life filled with psychological impoverishment and consciously work to set yourself free regardless of your circumstance.
Therefore, the less we struggle, the more energy we have to spend on worthier causes. We cannot always control our surroundings. However, we have a choice with what we do with this elemental understanding.