By Ted McGrath
Let me introduce you to an amazing Coaching and Mentoring Process that is very easy to get results with. The question that people are asking themselves is How Do I Deal with fear? Fear is 100% driven by potential. Guess what, Fear has a positive intent waiting to be unleashed in your life. What if fear had its own potential and all you had to do was teach it how to get there. Would you like to gain a better understanding of why fear shows up? We all know that our results are tied to our thoughts, feelings, and actions. Here’s what happens. When fear shows up it manifests as a feeling in your body. It could show up any place in your body (in your heart, head, hands, stomach, shoulders etc.) Fear also manifests as an image or a thought that takes a form.
So, What is this Image? When you discover the shape, size, or color of this image, fear becomes your greatest asset. For demonstration purposes, what if fear showed up as a green rectangle? Your fear now has a shape and form to it. Guess what, you can communicate with fear now. This is tremendous. Fear typically runs someones life and they don’t even know what to do with it. Why, because fear was totally illusive, like an invisible force controlling our lives. Fear is no longer invisible with this process.
Now that you have given fear a form, it’s time to communicate with it. OK, now you think I’m crazy!!!!!! Communicate with fear, that’s too far out there. (no, it isn’t, this is real science). To bring out the potential in anything, (such as fear), ask it “What do you want?.” And you keep asking that question until you find the positive intent of fear. Many times people will get responses such as: safety, love, appreciation, etc etc.. (they are simple and short answers.) If the answers become complex you know your mind is in the way.
Once you get the answer from the image (fear), you will construct a new image/shape. This new image represents what the old image wants. Let me demonstrate. If the old image says it wants appreciation, you would create an new image, such as a bright sun, that represents appreciation. What’s the next step? It’s simple. You introduce the old image that represents fear to the new image (bright sun) which represents appreciation and watch the new image completely absorb the image of fear. You will then feel a shift in your body where the fear was before, and now you will feel powerful. I’ve worked with so many different situations, whether they be financial, personal, or professional. For now, the process is complete, enjoy it.
Coaching and Mentoring someone to blast through fear can be extremely powerful when you share simple processes with others. This is a simple Coaching and Mentoring Process that you can now store in your tool kit of success.
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