How to Face Your Fears

 In General

What are the things that scare you, and how well do you handle fear?

 

For me personally, I watched Jaws 3D at 7yrs old in the cinema.

For years I was TERRIFIED of water.

In a swimming pool, I could only swim on the first step as a child for years.

Eventually, I thought……THIS IS NONSENSE.
I cannot be controlled by the fear of a movie.

 

STEP 1.

 

My first big plunge was into White Water River Rafting on the Zambezi.
Thrown out of the boat into deep water by myself on a grade 5 rapid.

I almost drowned and……THEN I DIDN’T.

I did find a crocodile
and
it didn’t hurt me.

 

STEP 2.

 

My second excellent water adventure was deciding to become a deepwater wreck diver and a divemaster.

My fears were swimming in deep, deep water, so I went to that environment.

I’m no longer afraid of 43m underwater. I’m entirely comfortable there now and can lead other people into deep water as a divemaster.

 

So so…1 single event almost left me terrified for life.
Instead, I FACED IT HEAD ON!!

 

Why do people often work with me?
Finding resolution after fear.

It’s not easy, and it HAS TO BE DONE SLOWLY; otherwise, we LOSE TRUST. ❤

Hugs as always
Colleen x

 

Copyright Colleen Glennis McClure

P.S  Before you leave, you might want to read Yoga And Guns Should We Shoot

P.P.S  Esoterically speaking, you will need a robust Muladhara chakra for this.

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