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The impact of fear in the post covid era

Journal of Neurology & Stroke
María del Carmen Díez González,1 Rafael Marcos Sánchez2


Feeling fear is involuntary, as it is often unconscious. However, there are other faces of fear that we can recognize and that are familiar to us. We go from real fears to unreal fears, from present fears to projective fears that are reinforced and mutate into other more complex situations that further reinforce our fear. The more we reinforce these thoughts the stronger our fear becomes. So, what is feeding our fear? How do we react to fear? Is it the desire to dodge the blow, to strike back, to attack it? Fear is a very powerful mechanism that should only be activated in dangerous situations. If we use fear for educational purposes we will project very deep blockages in the new generations. However, when we recognize and accompany the thoughts and impulses generated by fear, they become silent. Once silenced, they are no longer activated unconsciously. Therefore, if we look at what is happening, consciously, “without judgement” it will facilitate our journey towards our true SELF. The EmocionaTFamilia program invites us to accompany our path “lightly and at the right time”. Change is simple, the lesson is the opposite of what we have learned.


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