There’s nothing called a “problem-free” life. I hope you’ll agree with me. And even before the ‘actual’ problem(s) comes our way; we’re paralyzed by so many types of fear(s): “what if”? Certain “fears” are so intense that they leave us feeling overwhelmed, anxious, empty, and literary sad! And we don’t like to think about them, or talk about them.
I was feeling muddled by such fears from last few days. And believe me, they were so hard to avoid thinking about. Fear of uncertainties, insecurity of tomorrow, a sudden feeling of emptiness in life was sending shivers down my spine.
We allow fears to define and dominate our life. Most of the times they are inevitable. Some “big” decisions of our life also involve many types of fears. But we shouldn’t allow our fears to rule our decisions. I was trying to avoid getting caught in those baseless fears; that my mind was developing. I realized, the only way to conquer my fear was by taking that- “leap of faith.”
When we rise above our fears and doubts, we create that ecstatic moment, the aha moment of life-that seemed quite impossible until now!
But these doubts and fears are our inside negative voices, that’s holding us captive and denying us to explore or limits or to not take any risks.
We cling to fear every now and then. Sometimes we pretend not being affected by our ‘negative thoughts;’ and sometimes we fall in the trap. I would rather hold onto my faith, and believe everything will be fine, than letting fears take away my peace, and happiness from me. We all have been gifted with some super strong unseen powers within ourselves, that can break though any obstacles that stand in our way. So use those powers next time when you’re caught in any such fearful act of thinking! Stay strong. Believe. Breathe. Go for the win.
Don’t give any time, energy, or attention to fears. Just have faith in that supreme power, who decides everything for us. Strengthen your belief system and your “victories,” where you defeated your fears. Reflect on your life, and feel good about the positive stories that has happened in all these years.
I don’t think there is anything more liberating than the feeling of that moment; when you did something that a part of your mind didn’t believe was possible!