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Mindful : April 2016
Hello There, Fear! Another way of checking in with your fear and also touching into fearlessness is to communicate directly- with those feelings, by letter! See if your language or your feelings change, when you address the fearful and the fearless you. You might find this is a way to bring humor into your anxiousness. As examples, below are letters I wrote to myself. After you write your own letters, reflect on them. Is there a difference in your lan- guage when you identify with being afraid versus being fearless? Notice how you felt when you wrote each letter and how you feel now. Did you discover anything? Dear Fearful, Last night, you were worried you wouldn’t wake up in time to get to the airport for your flight. You woke up three times during the night, the last time just before the alarm went off. You were anxious on the way to the airport, since it was before dawn. You’re always anxious about driving when it’s dark. Seemed to go fine though, didn’t it? Now you can worry about driving in a strange city, when you get off the plane. Go for it. You really got uptight when you heard on the radio that an Air France flight was diver ted to your home city because of a bomb threat. All the news of Paris and what’s happening in Europe and the Middle East flooded in. Of course, you manage to worry about other family members, friends, and colleagues. You want to keep them safe, but you’re afraid some- thing bad will happen to them. Now, you’re on the flight and so far, every- thing’s okay. I’m sure you’ll find more things to worry about. Yours sincerely, You Dear Fearless, The coffee was good this morning. Feels great to be going on this trip. You’re excited to be seeing old friends and relatives. The world is a mess. We have so much to do. What can we do? You’ll need every ounce of courage you have—it does seem that way. You didn’t expect to be called upon to be brave but it seems that everyone is called. I feel sad for the world. I want to help. Love is the most important thing. It’s good to be alive. For a Klingon, it’s always a good day to die. Go on, have another cuppa. Yours sincerely, You Too PLAYTIME