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Tips to Conquer Fear in the Covid-19 Season

Is fear crippling you?  Do you feel afraid of the news you are hearing about COVID-19? You are not aA book that informs you about fearlone. Fear is one of the most crippling emotions and can kill you if you don’t become aware.  While we are in the “Stay at home Order,” let’s take control of our minds and how we see fear and deal with it. We don’t have to be stapped with fear in the COVID-19 season.

What is Fear

You can’t have doubt in the moment. When fear steps into your life, you must now deal with it in such a way that you become the winner. Fear is False Expectations Appearing Real. I want you to remember that.

Why Do We Fear and How it Manifests

When things happen and you believe that you have lost control or you have lost hope, that’s when fear can come upon you. Your heart races. Your palms sweat, and your breaths are shallow. Everything in your body feels like it’s tightening and you probably feel like you going to die because fear is being manifested.

How to Conquer Fear

On the Alphabet Circle Journey, which is a best life practice, fear is one of the emotions we bring awareness to, so we can deal with it in such a way that it never wants to come back. You must have a new mindset to conquer fear. So when fear visits with you, I want you to  take long deep breaths and  then do the following;

  1. Acknowledge fear and speak to it, “Fear, I know you are here but today is the wrong day.”
  2. Next, tell fear, “You have no power over me.” Repeat this three times.
  3. Next, repeat three times,  “I am in control of my life.”
  4. Now empower yourself by saying, “I have the spirit of power and love inside me and you fear cannot shake that.” Do this three times.
  5. Next say to fear, “I choose not to be afraid as I am Love. I embody Love.”
  6. Take a few deep breaths and relax.

Do this exercise as many times as you need to, or until you feel safe. For additional information and things you can do please get a copy of  my book at Amazon

Please leave me a comment to let me know how this worked for you and let me know where you are on your fear journey.

Life Gave Me Lemons and Guess What I Did?

Life gave me lemons! I pondered what it meant for my life. Why, Oh Why, I asked. With no time to loose, I  rolled up my sleeves  and reminded myself, I was on my  Alphabet Circle Journey™ and living my best life. Life had presented lemons, now what happens? You see, lemons can be a good thing or a bad thing, depending on your perspective.  I chose not to see lemon as the old car that was bought and the engine would not start. No way! My engine had to start. Life gave me lemons, but I was going to do something positive with it.

My Lemons Made Tea

I made hot lemon teaWith a winning mindset, I decided to make lemon tea, as I am very fond of hot teas. You see, raised in a system conquered by the English, hot tea became a part of who I am.  Into a teapot of boiling water, I squeezed my lemons after rolling them on the table with the palm of my hands, so as to make sure all the juice would be extracted. Tea represents for me, something beautiful and good. It represents, good morning! The beauty of new dawn  with great anticipation of the sun coming soon upon the horizon. Life gave me lemons and now I have tea.

Why I Made Lemonade with my Lemons

As the days rolled on, I grew thirsty. I needed to get a cold drink to quench such a thirst. Well, I had lemons and lots of them. I resorted to what I know very well to do. I made a nice tart drink of Lemonade. Not just a glass but a jug of it. Because I had so many lemons that this life had thrown at me, I could afford to splurge on the lemonade, and I made the best of it. I made sweetened and unsweetened so as to submit to my taste buds. So, here I was having hot and or cold lemonade depending on which was my preference at the time of drinking. I learned to love this lemonade because I knew it was my answer to my situation. My lemons became lemonade and I loved it. I change what could have been a bad situation with action. What have you done with your lemons?

Life gave me lemons and I made lemonade