There are lists of emotions that highlight how fear can disguise itself. The list is helpful in discussions in my Transforming Fear course to help people grasp the number of ways they can.
A common response to my announcement that I was walking the Camino de Santiago was that I could get hurt or robbed. These warnings were from people who knew nothing about the Camino culture or experience. At the time I puzzled over such first reactions. Now I smile and do my thing.
I’ve been talking in my articles and some videos lately about knowing your truth, speaking your truth. First, it was speaking your truth, and I had some people respond to that with, “But what if you don’t know what your truth is, what your feelings are?” And I’m equating truth and feelings for this video.
A few readers said they don’t know what their truth is. They weren’t connected to their feelings and didn’t know why they needed to be. What then?