[Masterclass] The Smokescreen Of Fear



If you check into your body now, likelihood is that you have at least a modicum of fear there. It could be a little, it could be a large amount.


Even when there is no particular thing to be afraid of, we’re so primed in that slight fear/anxiety position that it’s a mechanism that is pretty ingrained.


The degree of fear you have in the body dictates the lens through which you look at life in that particular moment.


A little fear will leave you SLIGHTLY catastrophising about a future event that (usually 100pc fabricated by your mind) a LOT of fear will concoct a very dark Stephen King esque set of imaginings.


All is happening in you.


AND it doesn’t at all need to be this way.


The other thing about fear and anxiety is that they do a great job of disguising themselves as truth. Pesky huh!




• Where do you seem to have fear / anxiety the most?


• When would you most like NOT to have them?


• Is it uncomfortable?


All this week I am giving private masterclasses on the mechanism of fear / anxiety:


• How it works

• How it is a smokescreen

• How to clear the feeling entirely

• What then arises post clearing (ie. true perception).


As a special offer it is 75% off this week for a 40 minute session for 6 people.


Please email Dansainsbury.transformation@gmail.com20190218_121413_0001.png to express your interest.


You will feel the blessed relief of finally giving up these awful feelings.


And a lot more besides.

Published by Dan Sainsbury Transformational Psychology

Dan Sainsbury is a world-leading transformational psychologist and healer.

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