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One way to remove fear from our lives, or at least to lesson its impact, involves looking at it differently. In fact, terror and awe represent opposite extremes of the same spectrum. Thus, we can find awe even in our terror.
To understand this spectrum and how it might help reduce fear, let's first look at the definitions of terror and awe. Terror constitutes intense fear or anxiety. This is not simple worry but full blown, overriding fear. Awe, on the other hand, can include an overwhelming feeling of reverence or admiration-or the power to inspire these feelings, but it also can include fear or the power to inspire fear. So, for example, you can feel awe or fear of [url=http://www.footdedemain.fr]jordan pas cher[/url] God.
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If you can take your terror and physically step backward to fear and then backward again to awe, you find yourself seeing the miracle of life once again. You find yourself feeling wonder and exhilaration at the miracles around you; you feel awe for God's presence in all that exists. Thus, you experience both ends of the emotional spectrum of fear-terror and awe.
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You also can picture awe and fear as if they exist on opposite ends of a bridge and find a way to walk across the bridge from one end to the other, your goal being to find a place along that particular bridge that feels positive and comfortable. Hopefully, you will discover that as you walk along the bridge you end up at the opposite end of the spectrum. In other words, if previously you stood on the "fear side" of the bridge, you now stand at the "awe" side. Any other thoughts or feelings that go with your sense of fear can be used in this exercise. For instance, you can walk from the "fear side" to the "courage" or "safety" side. If you felt "insecure" before, you may now stand on the side of "security." Accomplish this by taking [url=http://www.piktor.fr/louboutin-pas-cher/]louboutin pas cher[/url] small steps-actual physical actions-that help your traverse the mental bridge as well as actually move through your fear. Also do so by making choices about where you place your focus (on fear, awe or safety).
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