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Slide 1: ==== ==== Get More Information Here http://tinyurl.com/7pcvrxm ==== ==== Although Fear of Failure and Fear of Success may seem as though they must be, somehow, opposite states of being, what underlies them both is the common ground of.... Fear of Change We are often more willing to stay miserable than to move into the unknown. But learning to know the unknown is the envelope against which all manifestation and creation pushes. "Anything I have ever done that was worthwhile...initially scared me to death." Betty Bender HOW DO I MOVE INTO THE UNKNOWN? The secret to mastering the unknown is not really a secret. You simply first take a baby step. Accomplish a small aspect of an endeavor, experience, or Heart's Desire, rather than having the goal of being entirely successful with it. Want to end poverty? Get twenty $1 bills and give them away to strangers. Want to write a book? Write an article about something for which you have passion and publish it for free - on the web. Then go Goggle yourself and see your name and work come up for the world to see. Want to give paid seminars and talks to audiences of hundreds or even thousands? Give a complimentary talk at a community organization. How did any of those experiences feel? Perhaps a little uncomfortable, perhaps a lot empowering. These small steps in the direction you're headed give you confidence, bring the fear down to manageable size, provide you with many learning experiences of how to continue towards your goal, and begin to clear the path to bring to you your intention as you move towards it. RISK Life involves risk, and risk suggests the possibility of failure. Be willing to take risks! Within those risks lie what you need to learn and your rewards.
Slide 2: Another part of this fear-based impedance to our goals is fearing disapproval. Longing for approval you can end up virtually paralyzed. You want to be told you're doing wonderful things, but fearing to be criticized, laughed at, scorned, ignored, you put the brakes on manifestation. As Wayne Dyer wisely observes, "Your opinion of me is none of my business," further advising us not to be held hostage by longing to receive the good opinion of others. Do as your inner wisdom suggests. It is not possible to "make" others happy, in any case. You may accept constructive feedback, but, in the end, you must stick by, and be faithful to, your inner knowing. "Most of our obstacles would melt away if,instead of cowering before them, we made up our minds to walk boldly through them." Orison Swett Marden FEAR OF FAILURE First, it's helpful if you tell yourself that there is no such thing as "failure". The process of discovering how not to do something or how something does not work is central to the process of learning. Otherwise, how will you know how to solve a problem? You not only learn the correct answer to a problem through processes which do not work, but aspects of such a learning experience may provide solutions to other problems. The idea of failure is simply a negative judgment of your experiences. Failure does not ultimately exist if, when you meet with a setback, you pick yourself up, or make a path around the boulder that landed on your road, or step back and study the complication, then continue to move forward. Failure only exists when you decide to fail, to stop moving towards your goal. Honor the Being within you who calls you to your purpose. We have not been taught, at least not formally, how to handle experiences which do not fulfill our expectations. We have been given many models of failure, however. For instance, if a child has learned 60 percent of the material being taught in school, the child has failed. Why would that child continue to try? Failure is so inflexibly black or white, so all or nothing. John Holt, in his book How Children Fail writes, "For many years, I have been asking myself why intelligent children act unintelligently at school. The simple answer is 'because they're scared'... fear destroys intelligence... it affects a child's whole way of looking at, thinking about, and dealing with life." "The greatest mistake you can make in lifeis to be continually fearing you will make one." Elbert Hubbard
Slide 3: EXPECTATION FAILURES When something you've undertaken comes out as anticipated, that's great! However, that experience doesn't teach much. That is to say, what you expected to happen, happened. And so that behavior is continued, (which was learned at some previous - fearsome! - point). But when the outcome falls short of your expectation, you need to recover from the "failure" so as not to repeat the same expectation failure behavior again. Learning occurs by this process. Be not afraid. FEAR OF SUCCESS Fear of Success, once again looks into the maw of the fear of the unknown. You may make up pictures of success, but if they are so huge and unfamiliar in comparison to the life you know, it'll be frightening. Even if your conscious mind is saying, "Oh boy, let me at it!" The subconscious mind is saying, "YIKES! I don't know that territory, and I'm not moving into it." When the subconscious mind is not congruent with the conscious mind, guess which rules? Yes, the subconscious will dominate the outcome with numerous actions and behaviors of selfsabotage. A primary Fear of Success is the fear of accountability. If you raise up a step on the ladder of success it feels like you must stay there, but it's sort of high, and seems to require constant attention, which is uncomfortable and energy-tapping. It's not difficult to talk oneself into not taking the step up the ladder in the first place. There is also the Fear of Success of incongruity, of seeming to be someone you do not feel like you are inside. The Wizard of Oz was quick to say to Dorothy and friends when Toto pulled aside his curtain, "Pay no attention to the man behind the curtain!" We all fear a little Toto who will reveal the true, small person, the faker. The solution is to move forward authentically, to give up these self-conscious thoughts to the part of you which knows your potential. (Feed your Toto a little yummy treat, so that he doesn't go looking for mischief.) As you will recall, when The Wizard of Oz finally stepped into his own, true, person-sized self, he then became truly great. He became helpful and wise and fulfilled his purpose. That true Being is in each and every one of us, manifested in a vision of perfection by the creative force. Another Fear of Success raises up when motivated by vindication or "I'll show them!" That emotional terrain does not have a strong support under it. If success is based on vindication, it's hollow and unsatisfying, because it's about other people, not yourself. That's not to say that a bit of "I'll show them!" isn't motivating. But it's not effective if it is the
Slide 4: predominate emotion. Fear of Success often revolves around guilt. Guilt of doing better than one's parents, or exceeding one's peers, guilt of changing the order of things, guilt laced with doubt about one's choices. If I'm successful at this, is it what I was meant to do? I feel guilty not doing what I'm really supposed to be doing (whatever that is) or not doing what someone else says I ought to be doing. Let All of That Go! There is no place for guilt in the process of creation, being on purpose, moving toward your goals, fulfilling your Heart's Desire. Guilt is the giving up of your personal empowerment to others and therefore will never go away as long as you give it permission to stay. Banish all thoughts and feelings of guilt, which is a very low level emotion. When someone attempts to cause you to feel guilty, this is about their envy, jealousy, insecurities. Simply lay that guilt on a gilt platter and hand it right back to them, saying clearly within yourself that you have no use for it. Don't trouble yourself to explain, you do not have to defend yourself, and guilt-makers will not hear you anyway. Keep your vision of your work and your success clear... and keep moving. "I will face my fear. I will permit it to pass over meand through me. Where the fear has gone, there will be nothing. Only I will remain." Frank Herbert WORKSHOP: FEAR OF FAILURE, FEAR OF SUCCESS Fear motivation - we are driven to build structures from fear of excesses of cold and heat, we are driven to work from fear of starvation, we are driven to war from fear of loss of property, we are driven to reproduce from fears of loneliness. But these fears are learned. We can learn different emotions other than the emotion of fear. And we can allow different levels of fear... a range of fear understanding -- "I feel a little fear, I feel a lot of fear" - or "on a scale of one to ten, how mush fear do I feel?" rather than a black-white paradigm of fear which only allows for "I'm not in fear" or "I'm ruled by fear." Remember, fears are not objects that have their own reality. Feeling fear is a choice you make, choosing from among the myriad emotional options you have inside you. If fear makes you uncomfortable, or impedes your motion towards your purpose, then stop, think, and make a different choice. Wayne Dyer says, simply, "I choose to be Happy!" Make a choice like that, and you will still receive the learning, plus you'll move forward more effectively, not having to process negating the fear and making the forward motion. Fears rarely equal consequences. The pictures your fears make are rarely what manifests. When
Slide 5: you feel a fear, ask yourself, "what's the worst that can happen?" If afraid of public speaking, what's the worst that can happen? You forget what you're saying, you feel embarrassed. Okay. Did you DIE? No? Okay, not so bad. Bring the fear down to the tiny thing it is... or, again, choose a different emotion altogether. Why not choose to be happy? Say, instead. "I'm happy about public speaking". Isn't that a much nicer thought/feeling? Why choose anything else? And never forget to experience authentic GRATITUDE. Masaru Emoto, who accomplished the amazing work in Messages from Water, which was featured in What the Bleep Do We Know, believes that Gratitude is the very highest, most powerful, emotion we have. He says that it is, in his opinion, bigger than love. For myself, I see the two as inextricably linked. You cannot have the feeling of gratitude pulsing through you without love, and you cannot experience true, pure love without gratitude. So, every time you make your way through some fear, be filled with gratitude for the experience. This lets your subconscious mind, your conscious mind, your emotional/feeling body, your higher self and the cosmos know you are awake and conscious and taking in the opportunities that are presented to you. Fears will just melt away, leaving you with the path to your purpose open and beckoning. Happy Journey! For the complete Fear of Failure, Fear of Success by Dr. Blythe Ayne and all ten workshop exercises, please visit http://ALightHere.com Dr. Blythe Ayne received her Doctorate from University of California at irvine in the school of Social Sciences, with a focus on Ethnography and Psychology. Dr. Ayne (rhymes with "rain") has been a writer all her life and a psychotherapist in private practice for nearly 20 years. Her published writing ranges from poems too numerous to count, to dozens of short stories to nonfiction articles and scholarly works. Her work and continued studies have taken her into the investigation of the natural experience of alternate realities. She is particularly interested in the creative process as the means by which higher energies, as studied by quantum physicists, is brought into form. A healthy and balanced earth is also a main focus, and, towards that end, she lives on ten acres of forest where she works to support the natural habitat of the flora and fauna. ==== ====
Slide 6: Get More Information Here http://tinyurl.com/7pcvrxm ==== ====

   
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