Monthly Archives: September 2013

Fear is misunderstood excitement.

Fritz Perls once said that fear is misunderstood excitement. When we contemplate change, we get a bubble of energy. If we are in a state of well-being, we will feel exhilarated by that energy. If we are insecure, we will get frightened.

So whenever I find a fear underneath something, I want to write down the thought behind that fear. I want to challenge the thought, and challenge it, and challenge it, as if I were an attorney in a very important case — challenging a witness. Because that thought is going to turn out to be true. Try it and you’ll find this out.

The secret of life is to have a task, something you devote your entire life to, something you bring everything to…And the most important thing is — it must be something you cannot possibly do!  From Fearless: Creating the Courage to Change the Things You Can by Steve Chandler

Wishing you grace, peace and simple abundance…and excitement in place of fear.

All problems are advanced seminars.

All problems become advanced seminars in What-I-Now-Need-to-Learn-to- Advance-on-this-Spiritual-Journey-Up-the-Ladder-of-Consciousness-to-Some- Real-Fun-and-Good-Mischief and a condition we’ve all heard described as fearless.  — Steve Chandler

Wishing you grace, peace and simple abundance…and some real fun and good mischief leading to fearlessness.