Resonance Of Fear

by Mark Ivar Myhre on February 3, 2011

One of the hardest lessons I’ve had to learn is that it’s okay if I’m scared.  Now, when you hear that statement, you may be thinking:

“No!  It’s not okay!  I’m scared to death and it hurts like hell!”

Believe me, I know how you feel…

That feeling of “I’m scared and it’s not okay.  There’s something very, very wrong here.”

Well, that’s the nature of fear, isn’t it?  Something is wrong. The problem is, you don’t really know what.  And that’s what makes fear so scary; because of the unknown.

Can we step back here for just a second look at this objectively?  Can we step away from the angst of fear, and look at this from a higher perspective?

The fear started early in childhood.  That’s where it starts for everybody.  But nobody ever taught us how to deal with fear.  Nobody explained it to us.  About all they could say was, “Don’t be scared.” Or, “There’s nothing to be afraid of.”  And you already know how much that helps.

And so the fear grows.  Because we don’t know what it is, and we don’t know how to react to it.  As we get older, about all they can say is, “Face your fears and go though them.”  Which is not such bad advice.  Except it doesn’t make the fear go away.  And it doesn’t explain much.  Like, for example, what is fear?

Fear is any thought or feeling that threatens you and puts you in jeopardy. Basically, the implied threat of fear is that you will be alone and lonely, forever alone and lonely.  Of course, there’s lots of variations and permutations and details.  But on the most fundamental level, the fear is that you’ll be separated in some way.  You’ll be cut off.

And the irony here is that you’re never alone.  Not really.  Not if you’ll open up to a Higher Power or a Divine Energy or whatever you want to call it.  You can be lonely, but you’re never alone.  When you truly know that, the fear and anxiety diminish greatly.

Well, it’s easy to say those words.  But they don’t mean anything when you’re captured in a resonance of fear. When you’re captured, all you know is the fear.  It becomes the most important thing in your life.  It’s the first thought in the morning when you wake up, and it’s the last feeling at night before you go to sleep.

Fear captures you, it captures your attention, and it captures your imagination.   That’s when you know you’re in the resonance of fear.  When it becomes like a prison.

I know that feeling.  I know what it’s like to be captured by fear.  You can’t talk your way out of it.  You can’t just read some book or follow somebody’s advice on how to end it.  Because it’s a resonance.  And if you don’t know how to deal with resonance; if you don’t even know what the word means, then it’s very difficult to change things.

‘Resonance’ is the invisible energy that creates reality. Or rather, it creates the illusion that we call our ‘reality’.  Resonance is real.  Our so-called ‘reality’ is less real.  Resonance comes first.  What we see and feel in this world comes later; it’s a product of resonance.

When you change your resonance, your reality changes. It has to.  It has no choice.  Here’s the best example I can think of:  when you turn on the switch in your bedroom, the light turns on.  It has to.  It has no choice.  The choice was to turn on the switch. The light comes on automatically after that.

The problem is, we’re the ones turning on our switch of fear.  And we’ve been doing it our whole lives.  I said at the beginning of this article that it’s okay to feel fear.  And it is okay.  But usually, we’re not feeling our fears.  Instead, we’re feeding them with our stories.  And that’s not okay!

If we feed fear rather than feel fear, then we end up creating a resonance of fear. And that’s when things get really ugly.  We end up creating a monster of fear.  The fear becomes bigger than us, but only because we’ve created it that way.  Not because we’re bad and wrong, but because we’ve been dealing with fear the only way we know how.  We’ve been feeding it rather than feeling it.

Certainly, the goal here is to truly start feeling our feelings – cleanly and clearly and fully – so we can release them completely.  It’s a matter of feeling the feelings so we don’t end up having to feel the stories.  But even that is not enough.  We also have to break this resonance of fear.

The stories of fear that we tell ourselves are always more painful than the fear itself.  The stories of fear eventually create the resonance of fear.  Not immediately, but over time; bit by bit; piece by piece.  Until one day, all the bits and pieces have become bigger than us.

One of the characteristics of any resonance is that it becomes more powerful than the parts it consists of.  So in a very real sense, just feeling this resonance will not make it go away.  At least not without a lot of time and effort.  To handle it most effectively, in needs to be dealt with more directly.

In other words, you need to go directly to this resonance, and break it apart.  As you might imagine, I have a way to do this.  See, I know how alluring the fear stories are.  I know how they seduce you.  I know how they call you; like the call of the sirens in  Greek mythology that lured sailors to their death.

It’s a challenge to end the fear stories even under the best of circumstances.  But when you’re caught in the resonance of fear, it becomes almost impossible.  That’s why I’ve designed a meditation that bypasses the stories and takes you directly to the resonance itself.  You’ll be traveling – in a dream-like state – to discover your resonance of fear.

Once discovered, you’ll then break it apart in a specific way.  If you find yourself captured by fear, this will end it.  This will help you escape the prison of fear by breaking apart the very walls that hold you captive.  This is a brand new meditation I’ve just recorded, and it’s guaranteed to work.

For severe cases, I suggest listening to it two or three times a day for one week.  For ‘normal’ cases of fear, then once a day for three days should do the trick.  But either way, you have a full sixty days to try it out.  If you don’t like it for any reason, you can get all your money back.

How much am I asking?  Only $12.  I know that’s a pretty low price for something that can change your life.  But I’m not exactly doing this to get rich.  I’m just trying to help in my own small way.  I want to make a difference.

If you suffer from the resonance of fear, then you owe it to yourself to give this a try.  You really have nothing to lose.  If you don’t like it for any reason, just ask for your money back.  No hard feelings.  To get started, click the link below –

Think about it.  You’ve got nothing to lose by listening to this guided meditation that’s designed for one reason only: to break apart your resonance of fear so you’ll no longer be imprisoned by it.  And the price is ridiculously low.  I could charge a lot more, and it would still be a good deal.  At $12 it’s a steal.

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