From Fear to Courage

Make the leap into clarity, courage, and your most authentic life.
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (74 ratings)
3,082 students
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From Fear to Courage
Rating: 4.1 out of 5 (74 ratings)
3,082 students
Identify fear in your thoughts and actions.
Easy mindfulness skills.
Two habits that boost your natural courage.
Name who or what is worth taking that leap and facing your fears.

Requirements

  • Come as you are and bring along an open, curious mind and open, compassionate heart!

Description

What would you be doing right now if you weren't afraid? What if judgement didn't scare you?

Fear wants us to stay where we are. It's all about avoiding perceived risks. Fear makes your world smaller and smaller by keeping you from the decisions, choices, and changes that bring you what you've been seeking: peace, joy, meaning, purpose, freedom, and connection.

You're saying, "I'm ready to go out and get it," but fear has a different idea.

Disturbing the peace comes with the territory of change, but this isn't something to fear. You CAN move forward into a more authentic life with clarity and courage.

What is this course about?

This bite-sized course covers fear, courage, and how to move forward through fear. This course is designed to help you transform your fear into courage by seeing where it interferes in your life and what you would be doing differently without it. The goal is to define what authentic living means to you and then take the steps that get you there - even if you've been afraid to do it before.

Course lectures and activities include meditations and worksheets designed to help you tune in to your intuition and go out and get the life that's waiting for you.

Is this class right for me?

This course is for you if you feel lost, stuck, or afraid to make a decision or a change. The kinds of students who benefit most from this class are curious and inquisitive, energetic and determined, and ready to make something happen.

What can I expect to gain from this course?

By the end of this course, you will have a better understanding of fear, avoidance, and escape and how to counteract this by finding your courageous voice. This course will also end by reviewing specific strategies to get into the habit of hearing and expressing your true voice.

Who this course is for:

  • This course is designed for anyone who has felt stuck or lost due to fear or anxiety.
  • Students who do well in this course are eager to make a change but might also be afraid of taking that next step.
  • This course is for anyone interested in learning more about mindfulness as it relates to fear.
  • This course is probably not for you if you are not interested in making a positive change right now.

Course content

4 sections • 13 lectures • 58m total length
  • Introduction
    02:21
  • What is fear?
    02:09
  • The things we fear.
    05:04
  • The courage to stop avoiding.
    03:41
  • What is the best definition of courage?
    1 question

Instructor

Psychologist, Author, and Artist
Leslie Ralph
  • 4.1 Instructor Rating
  • 74 Reviews
  • 3,091 Students
  • 2 Courses

Leslie Ralph is a psychologist, award-winning writer, and artist who helps sensitive spirits bring peace to their hearts and love themselves for life. She's the author of There, I Might Find Peace, featuring poetry and meditations for inner peace, love, and strength and How to Have Your Back: Simple Instructions for Loving Yourself Through the Ups and Downs of Life. Her work has been featured on sites like TUT, Positively Positive, Tiny Buddha, and Mind Body Green (not to mention The American Psychological Association, the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, and a few professional psychology journals).

When she’s not writing for grown-ups, she’s creating picture books and artwork for kids, devising kitchen table science experiments with her three children, and taking magical family photos.