How to Control Your Fear

How to Control Your Fear

Have you ever missed an opportunity because your mind has been dominated by fear?

Fear is a very common obstacle in the human mind. It used to keep us alive in cave times. When large animals and predators roamed our territory, a keen conscience saved lives.

Nowadays, we are quite safe, as we don’t have to fight to survive.

But inside your brain, it has the same fear circuit that your cave ancestors had.

Just instead of taking action when a tiger is near, the fear circuit responds to modern terrors like talking on stage in front of hundreds of people, tall buildings, rejection, or failing a test.

The trigger is different, but the response to fear is the same.

Fortunately, you are the boss – not your brain.

Fortunately, you are in charge, not your brain.

Unfortunately, sometimes your brain takes over and it can be very difficult to get past it …

So, if you feel that fear has taken over your thoughts and emotions, slow down, and exercise! Continue reading during two parts of the physical exercise that will help you calm your hyperactive fear circuit, and then overcome your fear!


When your fear circuit is firing excitedly, it is difficult to focus on anything else. That is why part 1 is a simple breathing exercise to calm the circuit.

Follow these steps and you will be ready to consciously overcome your fears in no time.

When you start to feel anxiety or fear, just stop what you are doing and watch the emotion – don’t fight it.


Take 6 long, slow and very deep breaths. Feel the stress leaving your body. Imagine that you are inhaling calmly, and exhaling small molecules of fear.

Six breaths is a kind of magic number to calm down when you are in an excited state. If you’re still nervous, keep breathing!

After calming down, smile! You just took the fear away like a light switch. With practice, you will become a master at turning off negative emotions (when they are not serving you).

6-Phase Meditation

6-Phase Meditation

According to Vishen Lakhiani, Writer and Speaker, in order to live a full life it is essential to force on 6 aspects of our life to keep the mind positive and healthy in order to achieve the desired goals.

Are they:

  1. Compassion: we connect to all beings with a feeling of love and compassion, becoming one with the whole.
  2. Gratitude: we are grateful to someone who has done us a kindness or something good that has happened to us.
  3. Forgiveness: we take advantage of the loving, grateful and complete frequency that we find ourselves to forgive someone or any situation that has hurt us.
  4. Perfect Day: we bring the memory of a very happy day for this sense of accomplishment to return to our cells.
  5. Desired future: with our cells vibrating completeness, we visualize something that we desire in the near future being realized.
  6. Blessing: We feel blessings for fulfillment falling on us. Create new habits, and make them a bridge for your evolution!

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What is Meditating?

What is Meditating?

What is Meditating?

To meditate is to be present, in the here and now, to experience each day, each hour and each minute of your life as a whole. It is walking, talking, eating, breathing, in short, living consciously being with your conscience in the present moment.

Aware that you are responsible for what you think.

In parts, the modern world has facilitated our dispersion of the present moment. We are busy, in a hurry, thinking about tomorrow … we keep saying that everything is very busy … always leaving it for later, in the next launch, in the next lunch, in the next conversation and even in the next life. What can this cause us ?? We no longer live in the now, letting go of several opportunities that perhaps will never return.

Meditating silences thoughts …

What do you mean by silencing thoughts ?? it is not the silence we are used to, it is putting yourself in the position of observer and practicing self-observation. It is to let thoughts arise, but without labels or judgments.

What the purpose of meditation is is an individual experience, everyone will discover their ideal way of meditating and will experience the entire meditation process in a very particular way and also according to their goals.

You can use meditation to sleep better, before a meeting or important event, to relax during a flight, relieve emotional pain, reduce stress … in short, to connect with yourself!

Make this moment a habit and you will see the infinite benefits that meditation and meditation can bring you like being happier, having more resilience, self-realization, tranquility, self-knowledge and much more. However, you will only discover what it is to meditate after you feel that you are really willing to do it, and get started, the first step.

Tips to start practicing:

There are not many secrets to start with, but there are some tips that make it easier to practice, such as:

Accept your thoughts: do not create expectations, your thoughts will not disappear overnight. You will learn to observe them and not to get attached to them;

Establish a routine: to start realizing the benefits of practice, you need to practice daily. One suggestion is to practice a morning meditation to start the day well.

Find your technique: there are different types and techniques of meditation. Explore this universe and find out which one makes the most sense for you.

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Meditation is a divine gift. It simplifies our outer life and energizes our inner life. Meditation gives us a natural and spontaneous life, so natural and spontaneous that we cannot even breathe without being aware of our own divinity. ”

– Sri Chinmoy, from the book Meditation