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anonymousUser wrote:Do you think it is good to follow your emotions?
anonymousUser wrote:What about the pain-body?Webwanderer wrote:Emotions don't have a mind of their own.
anonymousUser wrote:What's the best attitude?
Being truly careless/carefree and playful and ignoring the fear?
Are you that way?
What is the place for arrogance/anger?
Courage is ok, but pride? Yes, the power is pleasant but it sounds like seperation to me...David R. Hawkins wrote:There is, moreover, a cause of fear of which many people are unaware: the fear of retaliation. This fear arises from the desire to strike out, to hit back, and to attack. As we let go of fear, we find that behind it, there is often anger at the object of fear itself. The willingness to let go of the fear and overcome it already moves us up to the next level, which is anger. The fact that we can face this combination of fear/anger feelings and surrender it moves us instantly up to pride and courage.
anonymousUser wrote:What do you think about following your highest excitement?
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