Fear and shame are like monsters under our bed.
Too often, these unwanted feelings remain repressed and buried in our subconscious.
As long as they remain hidden, they can exert power over our words and actions unconsciously.
But when we choose to face them, we begin to see them for what they are – illusion.
After all, fear is said to be False Evidence Appearing Real.
A notable shame researcher Dr Brene Brown said, “If we can share our story with someone who responds with empathy and understanding, shame can’t survive.”
In this video, I share about how facing our fears and shame can be a form of psychotherapy, as we make the unconscious conscious and free ourselves from the power of these repressed emotions.