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Five Tips for Letting Go of Fears From Our Past

Letting go of fears from the past

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Many of us replay our past fears and anxieties in our minds on a constant loop. We relive moments that make us feel uncomfortable, anxious, or scared over and over again. This can prevent us from moving forward and enjoying the present moment.

Fortunately, it is possible to let go of these fears from our past. When we release these fears, we open ourselves up to peace and happiness in the present.

Here are some tips for letting go of fears from our past:

1. Acknowledge the fear. The first step is to acknowledge that you are afraid. This may seem obvious, but it is important to recognize the feeling of fear so that you can deal with it effectively.

2. Identify the source of the fear. Once you have acknowledged the fear, try to identify where it is coming from. What specific event or experience from your past is causing you to feel this way?

3. Reframe the experience. After you have identified the source of the fear, it is time to reframe the experience. This means looking at the situation from a different perspective. Instead of dwelling on the negative aspects of the experience, focus on the positive. What did you learn from the experience? What did you gain from it?

4. Let go of the fear. Once you have reframed the experience, it is time to let go of the fear. This may seem difficult, but it is important to release the negative emotion so that you can move forward.

5. Focus on the present. After you have let go of the fear, it is time to focus on the present. Enjoy the moment and appreciate all that you have in your life.

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6 Responses

  1. I had to comment love the article . I like the empowerment of the way you speak of letting go.

    Letting go and giving yourself the space you need is important to mental health and physical .

    Thank you ,

    Lori English

      1. Learning from any negative experience… especially the ones we fear- is such an important measure. We are allowed to be afraid… but we can’t allow it to control us- we have to have an understanding and respect for what we have learned in any process- even the really bad and traumatic experiences. And Thank you, these are some excellent tips!!

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