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Grab It

Hari OM
Application - that is what 'Workings-days' are about!

Reread the October and November 2014 posts for Workingsday.
  1. Take a blank page and without too much thought write down the things you have fears about
  1. Now eliminate all those which are physical fears (which are more properly termed 'phobias' - the basis will come from within, but this is not a direct link for the purpose of this exercise)
  1. Extracting the fears which are mental/emotional (these are going to be more about social situations or relationships etc) see if you can narrow them down into a single, over-riding fear.
  1. Name your fear. Look at it on the paper and watch yourself, your response to it.
  1. Write about it - as much as you can; why, where, when, what, …


Until we get to our core fear from which all other fears arise and mutate, we will always have a place to fall; it will set traps for us. Get to know your fear and start to Love it! Be aware that this is not a one-off saadhana; this is an ongoing and evolving practice.


1 comment:

  1. Such wonderful applications to deal with fears and this photo is awesome!

    Happy Day and Week to you ~
    A ShutterBug Explores
    aka (A Creative Harbor)

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