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How to overcome fears

How to heal and remove common fears
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1,972 students enrolled
Created by Gilad James
Last updated 5/2016
English
Free
Includes:
  • 1.5 hours on-demand video
  • 1 Article
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
Know what Fear is and how to overcome it
Know how to overcome the Fear of flying
Know how to overcome the Fear of public speaking
Know how to overcome the Fear of heights
Know how to overcome the Fear of the dark
Know how to overcome the Fear of intimacy
Know how to overcome the Fear of death
Know how to overcome the Fear of failure
Know how to overcome the Fear of rejection
Know how to overcome the Fear of spiders
Know how to overcome the Fear of commitment
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Requirements
  • Have an open mindset
Description

In this course we will learn how to treat, heal and remove the 10 most common Fears.

The Fears are:

01. Fear of flying

02. Fear of public speaking

03. Fear of heights

04. Fear of the dark

05. Fear of intimacy

06. Fear of death

07. Fear of failure

08. Fear of rejection

09. Fear of spiders

10. Fear of commitment


1. FEAR OF FLYING

Flying is statistically meant to be the safest form of traveling, and yet here's this fear rated at number #1.

I guess on those few times that planes crash and people die it makes the news, and thus these fears are further fuelled. I guess, too, that you feel more in control whilst driving your car, so fear of driving is much less common even though you are far more likely to die driving to the airport than on the flight itself. Apparently. But maybe fear of confined spaces is an issue here, as is fear of heights.

Do I suffer from this fear? Yes, but only mildly. I don't enjoy flying - it is the dullest, least comfortable form of travel, to me - but I just try to distract myself with conversation, a movie or some 'yummy' airline food! (Not all at the same time, obviously!)

2. FEAR OF PUBLIC SPEAKING

Now this fear is much more understandable to me. This must be one of most people's deepest fears - even those who are expert public speakers (like US President Barack Obama) get nervous beforehand, I'm sure.

This fear is all about everybody taking notice of you, and listening to what YOU have to say.

This is all about not fluffing your lines.

And... this is all about something that many people fear because they just don't do it often enough.

So even though this fear is common - perhaps our greatest fear? - I am confident that the rallying cry of feel the fear and do it anyway, together with learning how to speak in public, is enough to overcome fear of public speaking.

3. FEAR OF HEIGHTS

As I jokingly say on my most common fears page, my fear of heights is really my fear of jumping (or maybe it's my fear of landing)! But then I probably only suffer a mild form of acrophobia - I certainly don't suffer from any nasty physical symptoms. And, really, my fear of heights is the same fear as my fear of jumping in front of an oncoming train (or lorry)...

(Is this just me, or do you suffer from a similar fear? Let me know!)

Anyway, clearly fear of heights is very common and one of the top 10 fears.

4. FEAR OF THE DARK

This is a fear that stems from childhood, I think, but it may last well into adulthood. This is one of the most 'irrational' of the top 10 fears and needs to be faced up to, one way or another (especially if you are an adult).

And overcoming fear of darkness starts with trying to understand what this fear is really all about. That is, answering the question, "What is it about the dark that frightens you?"

5. FEAR OF INTIMACY

This top 10 fear is summed up, beautifully, by this expression: "Into me, see".And I guess some of us (not just men, either) don't like the idea of people seeing into them. I think other fears - fear of rejection, fear of commitment, fear of failure - come into play, too. It's a fear of change, also. And change can be scary for all of us, at times!

Like most fears, having fear of intimacy limits us as individual human beings!

6. FEAR OF DEATH

Thanotophobia affects many millions around the world. It's not just about the fear of death, but the fear of dead things, or anything death-related.

Overcoming this fear is about understanding that life is a cycle that includes death (they're two sides of the same coin); it's knowing that people will not forget you; it's about being open to having this fear in the first place (perhaps by talking to a professional or to a friend).

7. FEAR OF FAILURE

This is another understandable item in the list of most common fears. Even 'successful' people suffer from this fear, I'm sure. And I think it fuels many of the other top 10 fears.

Again, this is fear of change and fear of what other people will think of you (fear of rejection?). And, as with overcoming most common fears, it's all about facing the fear by taking action.

8. FEAR OF REJECTION

Okay, this is probably my own #1 fear, that of being rejected. And I'm a bit surprised by this, I have to say, as I'm not entirely sure what 'rejection' I'm afraid of. I think it's about wanting the acceptance and love of others and making sure that you don't do anything to jeopardise that.

Maybe. I actually don't know, so need to do more on this fear. How about you?

9. FEAR OF SPIDERS

This is a self-explanatory fear - thankfully, one that I no longer suffer from. I spent 2 years living in Malawi, Africa and saw enough huge creepy-crawlies to finally lose my fear of Daddy Longlegs and their ilk. (I also lost my 'sweet tooth', but that's another story.)

I hate to say it, but fear of spiders is pretty much an irrational fear. And exposing yourself to this fear is what's required. So let's start now, with this image, below (yes, those 2 spiders do look a bit creepy, I admit!)...

10. FEAR OF COMMITMENT

Another so-called male fear, fear of commitment affects us all, I believe, at different stages of our lives. I also think - as with the other top 10 fears listed above - that we can suffer this fear in one part of our lives, and not in another. Whilst some are less keen to commit to someone in a romantic relationship. There are others who are quite happy getting married (again and again, sometimes) but would never risk doing what they loved professionally instead of earning a regular and reliable income in a dull job that is slowly 'killing' them.

Who is the target audience?
  • This course is meant for people that want to remove their fears
  • This course is meant for people that want to help others overcome their fears
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Curriculum For This Course
Expand All 16 Lectures Collapse All 16 Lectures 01:34:13
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Introduction
5 Lectures 29:49
About this course
03:12

What is Fear
08:32

Fear vs Anxiety
06:46

How to overcome Fears
08:30

Course engagement
02:49
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Fears
11 Lectures 01:04:49
Fear of flying
09:38

Flight Statistics
00:32

[Exercise] Fear of flying
1 question

Fear of public speaking
07:13

[Exercise] Fear of public speaking
1 question

Fear of heights
04:51

[Exercise] Fear of heights
1 question

Fear of the dark
04:38

[Exercise] Fear of the dark
1 question

Fear of intimacy
07:04

[Exercise] Fear of intimacy
1 question

Fear of death
06:40

[Exercise] Fear of death
1 question

Fear of failure
07:35

[Exercise] Fear of failure
1 question

Fear of rejection
07:34

[Exercise] Fear of rejection
1 question

Fear of spiders
03:16

[Exercise] Fear of spiders
1 question

Fear of commitment
05:48

[Exercise] Fear of commitment
1 question
About the Instructor
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Hi, my name is Gilad James and I'm a humble teacher.

I've been researching different spiritual teachings, ancient texts, the occult, and different religions for the last 10 years. I find it fascinating how different teachings from different periods of time help their students find peace and evolve spiritually.

My goal in my courses is to promote and help students in their Spiritual growth and development.

Spiritual Growth is how the world becomes a better place.

The more Spiritually advanced we become, the better. Better for our Selves and better for Human Society in general.

Spiritual growth is about Love.

Spiritual growth is about Altruism instead of Egoism.

Spiritual growth is about removing fear, hatred, jealousy and racism from our lives.

Spiritual growth is about coming closer to Nature / Earth.

Spiritual growth is about loving your Self.

Spiritual growth is about living in the Now.

Spiritual growth is about developing compassion to others. Other people but also other animals, plants, spirits and extraterrestrials.

Spiritual growth is about coming closer to God / Deity / Spirit / gods / The Higher Realms.

Spiritual growth is about developing your psychic abilities.

Spiritual growth is about healing.

Spiritual growth is about wisdom.

In my courses I promote these values, share ancient esoteric wisdom and explore different philosophies and belief systems.

Join me and let us all grow together.

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