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What is Fear and How Do We Get Rid of It?

What is Fear and How Do We Get Rid of It?

Very simply stated fear is the absence of love. Fear is the feeling that we are separated from our Source. The way out of fear is to focus upon love and gratitude. FEAR = False Evidence Appearing Real. Most facts fueled by negative thinking can create situations which appear to be real. In contrast, fear is dispelled when we embrace the inner knowing that there is nothing to be afraid of because nothing can separate us from God’s unconditional eternal love.

Many people live out another acronym for fear: Former Experience Actually Repeating. When we react to a present situation based upon past experience we may be fearful of a similar outcome Instead,when we operate from a sacred consciousness of new possibilities we do not need to let our emotions guide our outcome. Now is the greatest moment there is and all things are possible!

 

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