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Dec
15

POWER OVER PANIC/TAKING BACK THE POWER: COURAGE

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Some people will say they would never have the courage to let an attack or the anxiety happen, and that it is only natural to fight against it. I agree it is natural to want to fight against it, but fighting it by resisting it only makes it worse. We are all very strong people and we need to recognise this. Whether we use our strength and courage to take back the power by letting it happen, or whether we use it to hold onto our pervasive need to be in control, is a matter of choice. Choosing to use our strength and courage by letting the attack and the anxiety happen, will ultimately teach us why there is nothing to fear. Then we will have a choice in how we react to the attacks and anxiety in the future.

What did you think when you read that you need to let the attack and the symptoms of anxiety happen? Did you think ‘I can’t do that. What will happen? How can I let it happen?’ How did you respond physically? Did you feel anxious? You probably did. Most people do when they first hear this. Did the anxiety or the negative thoughts come first? It was the thoughts which came first and the symptoms which followed. Very subtle but very true.

The first time we let an attack happen there may be an increase in the intensity of the attack. This happens because we are thinking ‘what if. Go with this onrush of fear. Let this happen also. When we are able to give up the fight and give in to an attack without resisting it, it will disappear so fast it will scare us further. ‘Where is it? Where did it go?’ ‘It’ will only return if we don’t let go of our fearful thinking.

When we fight the attack it can last for over an hour. When we totally give in to it and let it happen it can disappear within thirty seconds because it is not being fuelled by our fear-provoking thoughts.

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