The two scariest things I’ve ever done

Here’s the story about the first.

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  1. Next, note what these fears may have in common. Are they related to your body? To money? To emotional needs? To romance? I find, often, the fears have an underlying theme.
  2. Work to discover the source of these fears. Generally, this starts in childhood. Say your fear is around money. What was your caregivers’ story around money? What lessons did you witness as a kid around money?
  3. Start questioning your old story’s validity. Consider, having become more conscious of the invisible story you grew up with that may have led to your fears, if there’s a new story you can start telling yourself.

Teaching awakening + healing through vulnerability + self-compassion. Finding hope in a messy world. Author of the Sunday Soother. http://catherinedandrews.com

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