I Can't Do It, Yes You Can (Transforming Fear) [NOOK Book]


Section 1 -The Dynamics of Fear
Throughout this section you will discover how the human dynamic of both fear and desire operate from exactly the same core energy. Yet, you will also learn how fear is the culprit for most of life's unhappiness. Though when we say unhappiness, what's really being said is that feeling the slightest amount of insecurity, frustration, disappointment, anxiety, panic, and depression,...

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Section 1 -The Dynamics of Fear
Throughout this section you will discover how the human dynamic of both fear and desire operate from exactly the same core energy. Yet, you will also learn how fear is the culprit for most of life's unhappiness. Though when we say unhappiness, what's really being said is that feeling the slightest amount of insecurity, frustration, disappointment, anxiety, panic, and depression, are all forms of core FEAR's in action.
Section 2 - The Origins of Fear
While the title reads an obvious statement, the actual origins of all core fears may catch you by surprise. This section highlights and outlines inner core fears from a fresh perspective.
Section 3 - The Drivers of Fear
When surveyed 85% of all people asked said they were not driven by core fear. However, 99.9% of participating individuals who embarked upon our program of "Dynamic Conscious Interaction" were found to be operating from core fears. Albeit they are hidden, this section brings to light the less obvious things that may be driving your life in the wrong direction.
Section 4 - The Effects of Fear
The effects of fear are such that 85% of the world resonate in poverty. It has been noted that wealthy and genuinely positive, happy, peaceful people are experiencing these states because they are not driven by hidden core fears.
Though this may be a bitter pill to swallow, the end result of fear, or better stated, the effect of fear is who and what you are today. To help with this, there is a very simple test one can perform on the self. Ask yourself the following, but please be as truthful to yourself as you possibly dare to with the answers that arise.
Are you truly living the life you would prefer to live?
Are you free from inner turmoil and insecurity?
Are you truly happy and content with your life?
Section 5 - Unearthing, Unlocking, & Dissolving The Root Core of Fear
Step 1 - Observing Fear
Step 2 - Observing Fear (part 2)
Step 3 - Identifying Fear
A step by step practical application to unearth, unlock and dissolve the root core of all core fears (including hidden core fears).
Section 6 - Shifting From Poverty To Wealth
As the title suggests, "shifting from poverty to wealth" and while this subject has almost been thrashed to death. This section is brief and to the point. There is no labouring and no guiding on this way or that way, as most of the practical sections deal with abundance. Though we don't mean just financial.
Section 7 - You Can Only Ever Have What You Want, When You No Longer Want It!
While this potent sentence has it's own supplement (MRS-R-V1), it has been loved so much, so we included a part here for free :-)
Section 8 - Unlocking And Dissolving Core Fears
Step 1 - Being Friends With Fear (Technique)
Step 2 - Piercing Fear
Step 3 - Unearthing, And Unlocking Core Fears
Step 4 - Processing The Unprocessed
Step 5 - Allowing Fear To Rise And Dissolve
The most potent section in the module, as can you truly imagine what it is like to operate from a platform of preferences, and not doubt, and can you imagine waking up daily in a state of security free from niggling fears?
Section 9 - The Waxing And Waning of Fear
The energy of fear will come and go, wax and wane. Dissolve core fears, and fear has nothing to grapple on to. Therefore when the collective energy of fear arises, it will not penetrate to the core.
Section 10 - The Practical Application of This Module
The section is a recap -

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940044253995
  • Publisher: Beyond Timelines
  • Publication date: 1/13/2013
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 72,509
  • File size: 148 KB

Meet the Author

For the past 15 years i have been largely involved in direct research of "human consciousness & human dynamics".In that, and putting aside the geeky stuff. I have attempted to put much of my work into a practical format, for easy reading, easy understanding, and easy D.I.Y application.Nevertheless, my work is not about me, it's about You! Yet, it's NOT positive mentoring, life-coaching, psychology, hypnotherapy, or any other form of an inspirational uplift.From the comfort of your own environment, as an individual, you select an online module, supplement, or both. Download it, then get to work applying.It's as simple as that.Though for businesses, corporations and whole organisations, we also offer live online staff development programs with a difference.As research and experience has shown us. Staff really do engage quicker, are more forthcoming, and develop faster when privately interacting from their own space, than from a formal work, or competitively exposed environments. Additionally, results have consistently shown that when engaged with "online interactive", employees are less likely to leave a company, and are 75% more likely to apply and remain self motivated.Lastly, employees stated with online interactive. Their stress levels were down to a minimal, enabling them to be more efficient. In the real world, this is said to save the average company 15 days, per employee, per year, equating to an average saving of $1,795 per year.$1,795.00 v's a $15.99 module produces a saving of $1,779.00.Yet it does not stop there -75-90% of all Doctor visits during 2012 were stress related. Depression alone cost USA companies over $50 billion USD, and UK companies over $16 billion USD. These figures are Government figures - which show a 50% increase from 10 years ago.Depression costs an average of $516 per employeeStress costs an average $818 per employeecollectively depression and stress cost $1,334.00, lost days cost $1,795.00 = $3,129 per employeeAt worst 75% of employees with face the above, at best 20% - though it averages 40%That takes the average de-motivated, depressed, or stressed individual costing a minimum of $7,822.00However, it goes further - De-motivation, depression and stress effects more middle to high managers than most. With front line staff, sales, creative, tech designers, and high profile movers/shakers experiencing richter scale stress -While there no accurate statistics, analytical data points to the average under-performing mid range executive costing a realistic $60,000.00 to $100,000.00 USD in lost revenue per year, with a high end executive $1,000,000.00 Plus......Kind RegardsDave G-Morgan
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