Why Do People Experience Fear in Everyday Life?
Why do some people have fear issues and other people don’t? What is it that triggers those tiny little hairs in the back of your mind that you just can’t shake no matter how hard you try? What is that reason that keeps running back and forth between your conscious mind and the subconscious mind? Why is it that even though you know there is no reason or explanation for what you are feeling, the fear keeps running back and forth? Is it possible that you are not seeing the whole picture or are missing something that could actually help you to release your fear?
Many psychologists have studied the human brain and the way our emotions work. They have discovered that one of the major reasons why humans have such a strong desire to fight or to flee is because they are afraid of something. It is not that the fear itself is irrational or untrue. Rather, it is that their brains which act as pathways in our brains that link up our conscious mind with the subconscious mind to use the emotion of fear to make us experience that part of our mind, our fear.
The good news is that you don’t need to go anywhere to find out why this is the case. In fact, right in your own home, there are many things that will trigger those tiny hairs in your mind and will cause you to experience that emotion of fear. For example, when were are in a potentially dangerous situation? Are you fearful of open spaces? If so, try to make a list of all the things in your home that could potentially happen and then try to focus only on those situations where those things actually happen instead of focusing on the fear of them.