March 14, 21, 28 and April 4, 2016
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You know what fear feels like. You know those moments of pounding heart, sweaty palms, knot in the stomach. But fear isn’t always so extreme. You probably also know gnawing low-level anxiety, tense muscles, wariness, a nagging sense of unease that doesn’t go away. You know worry that keeps you awake at night. You know those times when your rational mind tells you there’s nothing to be concerned about, but your emotions and your body won’t stop fretting.
You know some of the ways fear is impacting your life. Fear has many costumes. It might show up as procrastination, as putting off those things you know would be good for you but you can’t make yourself do them. Fear might show up as being more irritable than usual, or lashing out at people, or reacting to minor incidents as if they are life-threatening. Sometimes fear shows up as confusion and disorganization. Fear in its many disguises can poison our relationships, suck the joy out of our days, limit our income and stop us from stepping out and expressing all that we are capable of.
It’s not just personal. What with bad-news media, the economy, the environment, wars and violence and the language of hatred and divisiveness, we’re living in a climate of fear. Even if we are not pre-disposed to fear, we’re affected by the fear that surrounds us.
What if you could transform all this?
This program will help you do that.