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Fear Is The Mind-Killer

What do you believe is the most critical factor in your life that keeps you from living the life you desire, reaching your full potential, and enjoying the process along the way?

It is clearly and always, your own fear responses.

There is a wonderful and profound view of this concept offered by the great award-winning author, Frank Herbert, in his novel Dune:

The Litany Against Fear: A focus and mind-calming technique.

I must not fear.
Fear is the mind-killer.
Fear is the little-death that brings total obliteration.
I will face my fear.
I will permit it to pass over me and through me.
And when it has gone past I will turn the inner eye to see its path.
Where the fear has gone there will be nothing.
Only I will remain.

What if you had such an answer to your beta-mind mental battering of all you have to fear, all you believe you can’t do, can’t have, can’t be – and all the reasons why your life would be very difficult or ruined, if you try.

Today is the day to say – Enough!

You don’t have to use the litany against fear to interrupt your fear responses, although having thoughts and words in your mind that help you interrupt your old thought patterns can always help.

What you want to do is recognize that you have the choice to change your mind. You have the choice to replace old fear patterns with what you want instead, and you have the opportunity in any moment to make new choices in your life.

Do you want to lose weight, or otherwise improve your health? Do you want more income or a more fulfilling career? Do you want a more joyous relationship? Then say, “Enough!” to what you don’t want and “Yes!” to what you do want.

Stop your story:

The first step is to recognize that it is your story that keeps you stuck where you are.

Your story involves all your reasons why your life is the way it is. How attached are you to your story? Are you ready to let it go? Are you ready to release your attachment to all your ‘reasons’ – the reason why you are overweight or don’t exercise. The reason why you haven’t left the job you really hate. The reason why you stay in a relationship that isn’t working, or refuse to deal with the issues within the relationship in order to improve it.

The second step is to make the positive choice to change your life.

The third step is to use a technique or process that allows you to change your mindset and DNA epigenetically.

I happen to use The One Command and the simple 6-Step process to change my thinking and my life experience.

For example: (1) Ground. (2) Align. (3) Go to Theta. (4) Command. (5) Expand. (6) Receive in Gratitude.

Sample One Commands said in the theta brainwave:

I don’t know how I am slim, strong and healthy, I only know I am now, and I am fulfilled.

I don’t know how I have a career I love and enjoy, I only know I do now, and I am fulfilled.

I don’t know how I have a loving relationship, I only know I do now, and I am fulfilled.

The One Command is my successful technique of choice – you can use whichever process you prefer (as long as it is done in the theta brainwave which is the first brainwave level that connects directly with the subconscious and your DNA).

This is your Alpha and your Omega – your First and Last – Your Endings and Beginnings.

Let go of your psychological fears – your negatives and no’s.

Embrace your freedom – your positives and yes’s.

And do it Now.

Read more posts by Katie Garnett, Ph.D, Co-Director of The One Command Life. Katie is a blogger for JenningsWire.