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There are two ways to get over your fears.

(Well, three, if you include running away from them)

One is to face them.

That is the quickest way.

Since most fears are false, or at the very least way worse in our brains than in real life, once  you face them, you'll feel a huge sense of relief.

However, this is pretty scary.

Another way is to ease up to them.

Practice slightly in your mind.

Practice holding confident thoughts in mind.

Essentially, fears "work" because they (whatever collection of things outside that trigger our fears) force us to think of the worst possible outcome.

So when we force ourselves to move through those outside things, and prove they aren't nearly as bad as we think, we gain plenty of power.

But this is kind of crazy when you think about it.

It means purposely accepting the WORST HALLUCINATION possible, and holding that in mind while acting.

It's quick, but not such a good idea.

The more you do it, the more you associate doing positive things with horrible hallucinations.

Not a combination you want.

A much easier and slower way is to purposely hold positive thoughts in mind.

For example, say there's a person you'd like to approach.

The quick method would be to just approach them.

To "feel the fear and do it anyway."

But a much easier way would be to practice holding certain thoughts in mind WHILE being in a position to approach them.

Or people like them.

This way, you don't have to do anything except sit there.

The longer you practice holding confident thoughts in mind, the easier it will seem.

Pretty soon you'll reach a tipping point, where the "energy" of the positive expectation is big enough to PULL you toward what you want to do.

To be sure, this takes time.

The "feel your fear and do it anyway" method is quick, but it sets a dangerous precedent.

The more you practice the slow way, the more you'll prove something very powerful.

That YOU control your thoughts, not stuff out in the world.

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