By Charles Wm. Skillas, PhD, DD, BCH, CI, FNGH, MCCHt

Fear is an incredibly powerful emotion and it affects most of us every day of our lives. We are born with only two fears, the fear of loud noises and the fear of falling. All the other fears that we have in our lives are learned. Sometimes we get the learned fears of earthbound spirits that may be attached to us or maybe a fear energy they came from a past life or the fear energy of an attached soul mind fragment of some person who may be living or dead. Wherever the fear comes from, either from our own experience or from the experience of an attached energy, we have to deal with it.

Fear is directly related to our primitive "fight or flight response" that is part of our personal survival system. In our past there may have been a saber tooth tiger in a tree about to pounce on us and we had to quickly decide if we were going to fight the tiger or run from it. In either case, the body prepares itself for the action we are about to take in our defense and it comes from our subconscious mind. For instance, adrenaline begins to flow through our bodies and causes many physiological changes such as rapid breathing for more oxygen, rapid heart rate to increase the flow of blood, increased rate of blood clotting so if we get bitten, we won't bleed so much, etc. These responses are necessary but they are like the afterburner of a fighter jet. They are only for emergency use. If you keep the afterburner on in a fighter jet too long, you have to replace the engine because the stress wears it out prematurely. The same is true for fear in us, if we have it constantly, the "fight or flight" response stress will wear us out prematurely.

The problem is that the subconscious must protect us from all danger, real or imagined, and it cannot tell the difference. There may be a tiger in the tree or maybe you are scared of your boss or an energy attached to you is scared of something. Wherever the fear comes from, it has the same response in us physiologically. It is a great stress and it can damage us. The fear stress also lowers our physical and psychic immune systems making us prone to the invasion of pathogens like microbes and virus's and foreign energies if they are not already attached to us.

So what can we do to help protect ourselves from this great stress? It is hard enough to deal with our own life fears, but when we also have to deal with the fears of attached energies, it can be overwhelming and destroy us. That is why demonic energies that are naturally attracted to people of the light to destroy them, use fear so much in their reign of destruction. Demons will either bring in fear by themselves or get fearful earthbound spirits or soul-mind-fragments, created by fear energy, to attach to the person of light. The poor person is now full of fear, not only his own, but also from the attachments.

In many cases, a person's own fears can be dealt with by using cognitive means and, with the help of hypnotherapy resolve fears at deep levels of consciousness, that have trampled him all of his life. Some of the person's own fears may be from past lives in which the fear energy was not dealt with and continues to affect the person in this life. Hypnotherapy can usually resolve these past life fears by taking the person back to the source of the fears in the fearful past lives and either resolve them there or cut off the fear energy from the fearful past lives so that it cannot affect this lifetime.

Dealing with attachments can also be resolved with hypnotherapy using Spirit Releasement Therapy (SRT). Usually, the SRT hypnotherapist will first remove any demonic energies from the layers of consciousness affected and then remove any other earthbound or soul-mind-fragment attachments. Once this is done, the subconscious can be reprogrammed to reject the fears from the attachments and positive reprogramming can help with handling the person's own life fears.

One of man's biggest fears is the fear of death and I will deal with this fear in another article. Actually, the greatest fear we have is public speaking. It is said to be more than the fear of death. I will deal with public speaking also in another article.


This article is intended for general informational purposes
and does not provide medical, psychological, or other professional advice.


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