Anxieties and Fears - Hyptalk Hypnosis Downloads
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Why do you need to face your fears?
As human beings, we are all subject to fears and anxieties. We all have our individual perception of what “fear” is and from time to time there are certain things that ignite fear in our hearts. Be that as it may, a very important thing that you should learn to accomplish is to face your fears. Learning how to banish your fears will give you the freedom to free your life from chains and it will open up opportunities that you may never deem possible if you are afraid to face these fears.
If you are afraid to face the things you are afraid of, you are passing up a lot of opportunities that can bring change and happiness to your life. If you are scared of taking chances and growing up above your anxieties, you are not living your life to the fullest. Facing your fears opens up new opportunities that can make your life a lot better than what it is at present. If you gather up the courage to face your fears and anxieties, you are on your way to living a much more fulfilled life.
As humans, we all suffer from fears and anxieties. Even if you seem so strong and courageous on the outside, there will always be that one thing that makes you feel hopeless and afraid. Although not many people admit to having their fears and anxieties, you might be surprised to know that you are not alone in this aspect.
Here is a table taken from the National Institute of Mental Health (www.nimh.nih.gov) which shows how many adults in the United States are suffering from anxiety disorders (Note: This is for ALL kinds of anxieties). As you can see, it is evident that on a lifetime demographic, almost 15% – 35% of people from the U.S. are suffering from anxiety disorders over the course of their lifetime. (Click the image for a larger view)