Week 4 – Fear…Imagine that!

Fear…Imagine that!

We all have fears. Some are silly and conquerable others daunting and debilitating. Regardless of the fear 99% are unfounded and also, 100% are in the mind.

I have found, from personal observation, fear instills procrastination and yet as we put things off two things occur simultaneously; the thing not only remains but it actually grows with every passing minute. And so the vicious circle grows. We create a negative, self-fulfilling prophecy.

How is this insanity stopped?

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ACTION

Just as in the movie industry, the magic happens when the director calls “Action”.

Think now of what has to happen before that magic word can go to work. There is an army of skilled professionals behind the scenes prepared and preparing the set, script, wardrobe and so on.

Look at your life. You are the producer, writer and director. The Universe is infinite potentiality; prepared, preparing and waiting patiently for you to tell yourself “Action!”Screenplay

What does your script look like?  Your Dharma, your definite major purpose is waiting for you to call out. The concept of fear being a by-product of procrastination is a given. So is the fact that action is the mortal enemy of procrastination. Since we control all thoughts and all fear is an effect of thought then the solution is staring at us.

Thoughts are controlled by the mind and powerful emotion energizes our thoughts into unwavering belief that is faith we are then moved to actions that bring us the results we desire.fear3fear

To fight fear, act. To increase fear – wait, put off postpone.

David Joseph Schwartz

If we go into action we have a chance. If we don’t…there’s no chance.

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ACTION!

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2 thoughts on “Week 4 – Fear…Imagine that!

  1. CRAZY CRAIG

    Protocol to me says:
    1. Read and comment on tribe member blog posts.
    2. Read and comment on 5 blogroll posts.
    3. Read and comment on other posts.
    1 and 2 are mandatory, 3 is not. I’m not sure why I didn’t realize this before, but this particular post, Walter, makes it clear that in the future, I need to let anticipated value determine where my attention goes first. 1 and 2 are going to get handled — but, perhaps, not as well as they could be with 3 digested first — making ideas revealed available. Duh!

    I know two members, in particular, who will immediately benefit from these words of wisdom you have provided here.

    Mahalo

    Reply
  2. CRAZY CRAIG

    Protocol to me says:
    1. Read and comment on tribe member blog posts.
    2. Read and comment on 5 blogroll posts.
    3. Read and comment on other posts.
    1 and 2 are mandatory, 3 is not. I’m not sure why I didn’t realize this before, but this particular post, Walter, makes it clear that in the future, I need to let anticipated value determine where my attention goes first. 1 and 2 are going to get handled — but, perhaps, not as well as they could be with 3 digested first — making ideas revealed available. Duh!!

    I know two members, in particular, who will immediately benefit from these words of wisdom you have provided here.

    Mahalo

    Reply

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