A few years ago I found myself in an ambulance being rushed to the hospital for what I believed was a heart attack. My conditions started earlier that morning when I felt as if my heart was going to jump out of my chest. I felt fear overwhelm my senses and I believed I was going to die. The more I allowed the fear to overwhelm me, the more I shivered and trembled. In the ambulance on the way to the hospital the fear seemed to amplify. By the time we got to the hospital my entire body was shivering as if I was being electrocuted.
They took all sorts of blood work and when the doctor finally saw me, he said, “Girl, how do you feel now?” “I am okay.” I said. Apparently, the longer I stayed in the hospital the better I felt. I relaxed and started breathing normally. I wasn’t sure what was wrong. But I was certain that I was in some kind of danger.
“You were having a panic attack,” said the doctor. “What are you worried about?” He continued. I was in shock. I couldn’t believe what he said. I thought I was in control of my emotions, but apparently I wasn’t.
Weeks before the panic attack, I had experienced a lot of traumatic events. Little did I know that I had saved them in my psyche. I had anointed these memories with avalanches of fear. And the more I gave into the fear, the more it manifested into panic, and hence the attack. This is how I concluded that fear is what we give it. It is just an emotion lingering in our consciousness until we give it our attention. Considering that our attention is so precious, everything we give it thrives.
What is in this Story For You?
~ Do you have money related fears?
~ What about money makes you afraid?
~ What negative memories about money do you have?
~ Is your money-conditioning free of fear?
~ How is fear blocking the flow of money into your experiences?
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