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Understanding The Sources of Fear

People fear so many things in life. Whether it has something to do with our family, people around us, the emotions we feel or something to do with shame and guilt. Don't let fear control over your life.
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ConneXions Classroom

on 25 August 2014

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Transcript of Understanding The Sources of Fear

Sources of Fear
Shame
Faulty Core Beliefs
Unhealthy Relationships
or
Attachments
Abuses and Traumas
Family modeling and Dynamics
Expectations not being met
Expecting someone else to take care of me
Feeling entitled to do what I want
Anxiety, Depression, and Despair
Judgement about self or others
New or Unfamiliar experiences
Uncomfortable emotions such as anger,anxiety, grief or loss
Fear comes
from:
Should's & shouldnt's
Trauma or abuse
Neglect and abandonment
Unhealthy relationships or attachments/ poor
to no boundaries
Depression, anxiety, despair
Trauma: death, abuse,
natural disasters,
war, illness
Emotional Trauma: altered
brain chemistry
Family dynamics
and modeling
Intangible Fears
Judgements
Loneliness
Looking unaware
or stupid
Criticism & confusion
Change
Inexperience
Responsibility
Honesty, towards
self, others
and God.

Tangible Fears
Spiders
Working
Family Members
Other People
Anything hard
or challenging
Marriage
Pain
FEAR
Meaning determines fear, all our fears are specific to ourselves.
Fear is determined by
the meaning we attach
to objects, people, and experiences.
Fear
Cycle


Experience
Fear
Obsession
Control
Release
Pain
Conscious Choice
(Reality and truth)
Shame
Flying
Core Fear
SHAME
Distorted Fears
Spiders
Loneliness
Isolation
Criticism
Judgment
Attractiveness
Surface Fears
Commitment

Success
Failure
Confronting
Being to bold/
big/ direct
Making
somebody
angry
Being alone
Rejection or not being liked
Not being good
enough
Closeness
Disappointing
someone
Making mistakes
The core of fear is that we're afraid the lie (shame) we've bought into is true.
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