How to overcome your anxiety and let go of your fears so you can focus on what is important in life, and therefore, make your life become effortless and fun, instead of always feeling like you are on pins and needles, and need to escape.
In this video coaching newsletter I discuss an email from a viewer who is struggling in his business, he is drinking three bottles of wine per night, he feels anxious and often chickens out on approaching or asking out women who are interested, and he says that he lives in and operates in fear almost everyday.
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“Self acceptance is an art. Not a science. Success and inner peace comes from learning to embrace all that you are without judgement or condemnation. That means embracing your fears, worries, anxieties, anger, shame, guilt and sadness, in order to feel it and be fully present with it. When you accept, embrace, experience and feel the unpleasant feelings and emotions as they bubble up inside you, you are feeling them so you can heal and move past them. When you judge them, try to avoid them or numb them with drugs or alcohol, you are simply avoiding and resisting them. What you resist persists. What you look at disappears. Failure to embrace, accept and love all that you are, including your icky feelings and emotions, is the root cause of suffering. Life isn’t all sunshine and roses. Sometimes life just sucks and feels like crap. It’s all part of being human. Ignoring or avoiding your bad feelings and emotions is just like a parent who neglects their child, causing it to misbehave. Surrendering to what you feel will free you from it. Avoiding it will keep you chained to it.” ~ Coach Corey Wayne