Fear To Freedom—A Free Report


" ... Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. 
Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.
It is our light, not our darkness that most frightens us.

As we are liberated from our own fear, our presence automatically liberates others."
                                                                                                         -Marianne Williamson

Fear hides behind many faces. From Fear to Freedom is a phrase we intuitively resonate with; it offers hope. It’s what we want.  But, so many of us, both individually and collectively, aren’t aware of just how much fear is limiting our lives and our work.  Even when we do realize it, we don't know how to journey from Fear to Freedom.
Are you aware of how and where fear inhabits your life? Have you had days where everything has seemed to go right?  Do you know why and how to recreate them? To journey from Fear to Freedom, we have to first find where we are on the Fear to Freedom spectrum. Here is a short self-assessment. Imagine a Fear to Freedom Speedometer like the one in your car. Fear is at 1 and Freedom is 100.
1: The Fear-Based End:
How many of these statements are true for you, personally and/or professionally?

I am afraid to take risks.
I judge others and myself.
I am afraid to have the honest conversations I need to have.
I feel small and limited in what I can do in my life and for the world.
I believe that being in control makes me safe.
I busy myself with small tasks to avoid, and procrastinate being creative.
I am afraid to be the leader I know I could be.
I am afraid to take my business to the next step.
I am afraid of public speaking which I need to do to bring my work to the next level.
I want to leave my company, school or organization but I am afraid to so I stay.
I avoid. I cut myself off from uncomfortable thoughts, feelings and actions.

If you answer yes to two or more of the above statements then know that Fear significantly limits your aliveness and creativity.
100: The Freedom-Based End:
How many of these statements are true for you, personally and/or professionally?

I don’t judge others or myself; I feel compassion and empathy.
I love others and myself unconditionally.
I dare greatly and win or lose I am living my full potential.
I spend time in silence to make space to receive inspirations, revelations, and intuitions.
I follow my intuition.
I see possibilities and opportunities.
I can live in the unknown.
I take risks and know I’m a success because I have failed over and over again.
I use every life experience as an opportunity to learn and grow.
I have open hearted relationships with friends, and co-workers.

If you answer yes to two or more of the above statements then you’ve tasted freedom and probably want more.

From Fear to Freedom
Is not about fixing yourself. It is about discovering a new way of being and living. It’s about becoming conscious of all aspects of yourself: your beliefs, feelings and bodily sensations, and your wisdom, From Fear to Freedom is a journey that will transform you. It is not necessarily about fear disappearing but rather about discovering your whole self and a new way to respond to life, moment by moment.

Our History   
Historically, a fear-based way of living has served human survival, both individually and as a species. We need to honor this.  Our fear and survival needs have brought us to where we are now.  Today, however, our fear, fight, flight or freeze reactions often limit us and make us sick instead of ensuring our survival. While a fear based way of being is in our collective unconscious and even in our early developmental history we need to both honor and evolve beyond our fear-responses.  The world has changed; our brains have evolved.  
You say you want to be Free and develop a Freedom Based Way of Being.  It requires doing some work.  Are you willing to claim your Freedom and all that comes with it?  

"The only place where success comes before work is in the dictionary."—Vidal Sassoon

I invite you to sign up to receive my free report: Nine Stepping Stones to Journey From FEAR to FREEDOM.  They include my sense of what each stone offers, practical tools, and inspirational quotes.  Don’t just read Your Free Report.  Use it. Let it work on you.  The Stepping Stones are not a set of bullet points for you to follow. Out of all of my experiences they are my best suggestions for you on your journey to Freedom.
Step on the stones sequentially or dance from one to another as they call to you. Start as small as you need to, to insure your success and your staying power. 

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to your freedom and empowerment,


Lynda Klau, Ph.D