Fearproof Your Life: How to Thrive in a World Addicted to Fear

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Conari Press, Oct 30, 2007 - Self-Help - 176 pages
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Don't let fear rule your life. Throughout time, we have sought peace and safety by trying to out-guess the unknown. We have tried to prepare for the unexpected and the apparitions of our minds. In an age of 24-hour cable news, when we can stay glued to the latest terrorist attack or natural disaster, the next epidemic, and what the pundits tell us we should be afraid of, our efforts to control the unknown and keep ourselves safe have led to a collective as well as a personal sensation of fear. We have become addicted to fear. But we don't need to be adrenaline junkies. Fearproof Your Life guides us through a process of how discovering who we truly are immunizes us from our own fears, as well as those of others. Bailey takes us through a process of knowing, listening to, and honoring our own unique True Self, of being willing to listen to our truth and act from it, without seeking approval, of being willing to forgive ourselves and others and take responsibility for what we create.


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Fearproof Your Life How to Thrive in a World Addicted to Fear by Joseph Bailey This exciting book helps us look at our fears and how to move past them, and it was done in such a logical, non ... Read full review

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A World Addicted to Fear
Fear Friend or Foe?
Overcoming Fear Through Transformation From Ego to True Self
Creators of Experience
Choice The Instrument of Creation and the Essence of Safety
Listening Within The Key to Knowing Ones Self
Intuition The Antidote to Fear Worry
Fearproof Immunity from Others Fears
Transforming Fearlessness into Right Action
Living in the World but Not of the World Fearlessly
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Joseph Bailey, M.A., L.P. is also the author of The Serenity Principle, The Speed Trap and Slowing Down to the Speed of Life (with Richard Carlson). His writing and consulting all focus on helping people see their innate capacity for balance, wisdom, and happiness. He lives in St. Paul, MN.

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