How To Move Past Recession Fear and Regret

I think it was the “Channel” Abraham who said:

“Fear is using your imagination to create what you don’t want.”

The Law of Attraction teaches us that what we focus upon is what we create.

Even my motorcycle instructor 10 years ago told me:

“Look at the pothole and you’ll drive into the pothole.”

So… naturally, I get concerned over being concerned when I start to worry about the current state of the economy. I have watched several people I know having to “short sell” their homes. That means selling the house for less than they owe the bank. Or, in other words, eating a huge financial loss.

Watching that happen, being around the news, watching gas prices climb, etc, etc… my fears sometimes escalate.

So how could one possibly maintain positive, high frequency thinking in the face of crushing financial fear?

I posed this to Brent Howard. He suggested a beautiful path to finding my way back to feeling loved and totally supported:

3 thoughts on “How To Move Past Recession Fear and Regret

  1. Wow this was probably one of the most effective blurbs I have view on the subject so far. I do not know where you learn all your info but I am impressed! I’m going to send a few folks on over to read this. Fantastic, simply awesome. I’m just getting into spitting out articles myself, nothing close to your writing potential (doh) but I would love for you to check out my work in progress someday! bowflex

  2. Our country had been so much affected by this Economic Recession. there are lots of job cuts and company shutdowns. We are seeing some signs of economic recovery right now and we hope that it would continue.

  3. Greetings! I’ve been following your blog for a long time now and finally got the bravery to go ahead and give you a shout out from Lubbock Texas! Just wanted to say keep up the good work!

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