It’s more honest and courageous to acknowledge fear, allow it’s experience, respect it and process it, than it is to say you don’t have it and to try and blank it out.

Fear drains our energy, even when we sometimes don’t fully realise it’s there.

When we can learn tools and resources that enable us to be anchored in our self and our inner safety, we can then safely allow, express and process our fear.

For me those tools are yoga and meditation: being in my body and breath and mindful awareness of presence.

As we deepen with these practices, we will find we can work things through, even our most uncomfortable and painful feelings.

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