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Engage in your “fear practice” for two minutes each day.

Kristen Ulmer challenges norms around the subject of fear.

She said that this habit changed her life the most in the last five years. She worked with many people doing this exercise, and she noticed that it is powerful. It resolves many problems like insomnia, depression, PTSD, and anger.

Instead of practicing only gratitude, forgiveness and peace, try to communicate with your fear. It is trying to tell you something important, and you cannot ignore it forever. It may set you free.

What to do?
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