The fears living within our body are only seeking to reach the light and be set free. They mean no harm. But we become physically upset when fear arises, and in the uncomfortableness we send fear back down from where it came. We can help our fears emerge and prevent them front holding us back, by shaking hands with them.
Centre yourself and find a safe space in your mind. Invite fear to join you there. Imagine the fear as a physical being. Perhaps a small child crying to be heard, an old man, a wolf…let your fear decide what it wants to be. Ask the fear what it is afraid of. Listen to its story. Once your fear has shared, let it know that you care for it and offer a hug or handshake. Thank the fear for showing itself.
Enjoy a fearless day.