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What if I told you that your fears are not only real but they are the key to unlocking what you truly desire?

We have spent so much of our lives avoiding, ignoring and running away from our fears yet it’s only when we face our fears, accept and actually start to learn from them that we start to master life. Yet our fears are very real and create an energy we that is difficult to deal with.  We create chemicals in our systems which can be uncomfortable and sometimes bring us into situations where we’re not coming from the highest place, because of our fears.

Fear is at the root of many of our health issues. It can take over your mind, and your health can go downhill very fast. But when you realize that fear enters your life to teach you something, and you learn that lesson, then it has no reason to stay, and you can allow yourself to release it.

Traditional Chinese Medicine says: “Emotional or physical pain asks only that we not reject it, but instead, invite it to reveal its secret to us.”

To learn the lesson that emotional and physical pain has to teach you, however, you need to face it, not run from it, to give it your full attention. Once that emotion – which usually expresses itself in the form of fear – has been seen, and you are aware of what it has been teaching you, it will then be ready to leave, and you will be able to let it go.

Join my workshop ‘3 Easy Steps To Make 2018 Ridiculously Successful’

on Saturday 27th January

9.30am until 1.30pm in the Energy Studio in Loughton. (5 minutes from Loughton station).

We will talk about fears and through a healing meditation, unlock the parts of you that are still resisting from facing your fears.

This is a high energy workshop which will open you to be assisted in healing at the energetic level, so if any of the following resonate with you, tell me you’re ‘in’.

Core fears:

‘I’m not good enough.’

‘I’m bad.’

‘I’m unworthy.’

‘I’m all alone.’

‘There’s something wrong with me.’

‘Everyone abandons me.’

‘I should be ashamed.’

‘I’m unlovable.’

‘I’m nothing.’

‘It’s not safe to be me.’

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