Blog Posts - Fear Of Uncertainty



The State of Not Knowing

By Janice Hylton “If you are to move into your full power, you must detach from the fantasy that you can find and arrest in time anything you once held to be true. For example, let’s look at religion. Religious icons will offer up their u...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Dec 20, 2010

The Perfection Of What Is

By Janice Hylton A compassionate body/breath practitioner said to me today that she felt the common definition of “perfection” was very constrained. I had been a recipient of her work as we shared some observations and questions about the...

What does planetary and human evolution tell us about our financial and economic future?

By Diana Caughell Just this! Human evolution can not be seen as separate from cosmic evolution. Our Universe is a living organic entity and we, the human race and our ability for survival are an integral part of this infinitely on-going metamorphosis...

HDN FEAR

By Rebecca Traver “It’s not because things are difficult that we dare not venture. It’s because we dare not venture that they are difficult.” — Seneca A couple of afternoons ago as I was getting into my car I noticed that a jeep in...

Embracing Uncertainty

By Euphrasia Carroll My interest in overcoming fear feelings around massive uncertainty (both real and imagined)… this is what prompted me to study, practice, and apply this model. When I say “this model,” I am referring to the evolving wor...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Apr 27, 2010

What Is Fear?

By Jennie Marlow Question: Help me with the word fear. For me, the word has come to mean awe. Or a verb, an arrow pointing me to the unknown, a place of resistance sometimes, and a trusting that an opening will occur. Fear is a painful emotion caused...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Apr 23, 2010

When Bad Things Happen

In the course of anyone’s lifetime, “bad” things are guaranteed to happen. Yet there is nothing wrong with these “bad” things—nor is there anything “right” about them either. They simply happen.  They are neither good nor bad, right...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Apr 18, 2010

Taking a Lesson from Monty Python

By Jennie Marlow How we deal with life can look a lot like that old Monty Python sketch called, “The Fish Slapping Dance.” We really do think we are so clever as we dance around our fears and issues, playing at confronting them, prancing to-and-f...

On the Move

By Meg Coyle Irsay My yoga is on the move My yoga is on the move My yoga is calling me forward Backward and forward and through My yoga is turning me inside and outside and back again I am drawn by the hand of my heartbeat right now to the rhythm of...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Mar 19, 2010

Learning to Breathe

A Poem by Meg Coyle Irsay This plan you have for staying calm cannot get through you’ll need a bomb You’ll need a crisis and lots of time, to balance all this yours or mine This plan that you’ve have been driving hard, cannot release you from...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Mar 13, 2010

The Body Human

By Rebecca Traver Lately, I’ve been noticing that my attention has been gravitating to pondering the physical aspect of being human. Like many, I have been influenced by the recent political and corporate debates over health care and insurance...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Mar 11, 2010

Cosmic & Personal Evolution & Transformation

By Diana Caughell We marvel at how perfectly synchronized and in harmony everything is on this planet we call Earth. After the growth period of spring and summer, she is retracting into the dormant period of autumn and winter. Without our doing, ever...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Feb 22, 2010

The Perfection of What Is

By Janice Hylton A compassionate body/breath practitioner said to me today that she felt the common definition of “perfection” was very constrained. I had been a recipient of her work as we shared some observations and questions about the...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Feb 21, 2010

Relieving Stress with Authenticity

By Jennie Marlow “I know it’s a big, DUH!” said my friend. “There is almost no pain when I am being authentic to my own needs and feelings.” It was so well-put, I felt compelled to share it with a little commentary on why this is vital to l...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Jan 31, 2010

Motivation & the Anxious Mind

By Jennie Marlow In my last post, Vision That Serves Us, I describe ways we might put our vision in service of what is practical.  In this post, I’ll begin a discussion about our motivation for what we desire, and how this can dramatically alter o...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Jan 27, 2010

Why Is This Happening?

A Message from Spotted Eagle Channeled by Jennie Marlow “Why?” It is a singularly human question, a peculiarity of our species. When we are faced with the question, “Why is this happening to me or someone I love?” this raises a much more prov...
by Overcoming Fear of Uncertainty on Jan 16, 2010


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