The Experience of Fear
By Rucsandra Mitrea
Our society has been very effective in teaching us to live in fear: fear of war, of depression, of terrorism, of not having the right job, of being too fat to be considered beautiful or to weak to become successful, of illnesses and viruses and epidemics. This is only a handful of reasons we had for living in fear and I am sure that each one of us can extend the list by quite a few items. We have been living in various gradients of fear all our lives without even being aware of it.
You might ask yourself why this is relevant. What does this have to do with our physical bodies or our well being and health? Continue reading