How to Get Rid of the Fear in Your Life

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If what you are doing in life keeps producing the same results, and you are not happy with them, then consider doing something new.

If you live in a constant state of Deja Vu and find yourself repeating the same habits, patterns, and mistakes, then it is time to switch it up.

If you are like most people, then you probably it may seem you keep having the same kinds of experiences. The situation of people involved may be slightly different, but the same dilemmas keep popping up.

Maybe you left a job because you didn’t like it and you were unhappy, and when you take a new responsibility and find the same problems persist. This is also a common theme in romantic relationships. A new relationship with a romantic partner may start to feel like you are dating an ex.  And all those problems you left behind are suddenly right in front of you again.

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When this happens over and over, we start to feel disappointed and frustrated. Many of us skate through life, unaware of the patterns until they become so large that we have to take note. We wonder why we are in the same situation we thought we walked away from.

This pattern will continue until we are ready to have a different experience. Our models are perpetuation of what we believe. If we think we are unworthy, then we will continue to meet people and be in relationships that make us feel unworthy. If we feel as if we can’t get a break, situations will occur to prove this to be true. To break the patterns, we must break our beliefs.

Sometimes we derive satisfaction for proving that we are right, again and again. We could gain a sense of safety each time these patterns happen because we feel as if we have an understanding of how the world works.

If you are tired of the situations, and want new results, recognize that your thoughts create your reality. This will be the first step to start a new pattern. Your fears from the past play a significant rule in your current situation. Maybe you are afraid of the dentist. When you were a child, you had a traumatic experience, and you refuse to go as an adult. Dental phobias one of the most significant fears of America; recognizing that you are not alone is the first step. Address your concern and acknowledge that it was in the past. Letting go of that fear can help you have a more pleasant experience at the dentist in the present time.

 

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