The Finest Hours And Faith Without Fear


maxresdefaultA major block that most likely all of us have to a greater or lesser degree is fear. Fear at its worst, can paralyze us. We may need to address an issue or we want to bring something into our lives but we start to fear it won`t happen or we may even fear the change that what we want will bring. If you wish to meet new friends then you might begin to worry about experimenting with meeting new people or going to groups where you might meet people because this makes you nervous. Maybe you think you are safer with your old friends and then stay where you are. You have missed the chance to meet new people that share your new interests and who may offer you wonderful new ways of looking at things.

In psychology studies it is well known that the fear factor can make you behave differently to your calmer self. Let`s say you are desperate to impress your boss. You become obsessed with performing a certain task perfectly because if you don`t your boss might think less of you. You might think of what could go wrong and work to prevent any chance of failure. This builds up stress within you and you make mistakes so the quality of your performance is less.

Contrast this with if you believed beyond a doubt you could deliver a quality performance and don`t fear failure you could relax more.If you even believed that if your performance didn`t go to plan your boss would still be impressed you would relax more. You might even enjoy the experience. Then the power of manifesting abundance would come into play, you believe you will get what you want, which is ultimately the approval of your boss, and so you do.


I saw a film at the weekend that reminded me of this. The film is called The Finest Hours. It`s a true story of a group of lifesavers who head out to help a ship that has been caught in a strong, powerful storm. The lifesaving crew made it through massive waves that towered above the massive ship and managed to reach the ship. The lifesaving boat was small and the crew of the ship was a large amount of people to fit into the boat. he men managed to fit into the small boat. The captain of the boat lost contact with the shore and his compass stopped working. He told the men to believe they would get to shore. The captain believed that he would see signs that would guide them to the shore. Back at the shore the people living in the area drove their cars to the shore and turned on all the lights of their cars. This formed a bright line of light that the crew could see from the sea and guided them all back to the shore and to safety. This is a true story and, for me, is the essence of manifesting and living without fear.

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Gabriel Woods

I am the author of The Golden Age Trilogy science fiction booksI have traveled to many countries around the world including India, Australia, Scotland, England, Ireland, America, Amsterdam, Germany, Greece, Cyprus, Portugal and Spain. I have worked in mental health and disability for most of my life. I have an honours Degree in Psychology, a Masters in Aid-work Management, a Certificate in Counseling Skills and I am a certified coach. I have written my first novel, The Golden Age Dawns which will be published in Amazon at the end of April. I have a Kindle book available in Amazon Easter Rising 1916 A Family Answers The Call For Ireland`s Freedom which is very popular and has achieve high ratings. I have always aimed to help and support people all my working life. Much of my learning from this is in my book, some of the ideas I share on this blogging site along with beautiful places I write about that I have traveled to. I am concerned about world politics at the moment and hope that my new book will go toward making the world a better place and helping individuals feel better about themselves. I am living in Ireland near Dublin. Apart from writing my book I have been working as a volunteer on a helpline for people with depression, bipolar and depression. What I love most is traveling and sunny countries. I love to visit important spiritual, religious, or historic places when I am in holiday but I also like holidays on the beach. I have a wide variety of music that I like from pop music to dance music and rock music. My hobbies are social commentary, politics, reading all kinds of books, the gym, gardening, D.I.Y. I love to socialize and meet new people. I like to learn new things. I am the author of: Easter Rising 1916, A Family Answers The Call For Ireland`s Freedom My Novel The Golden Age Dawns. Gabriel Woods achieved a degree in psychology in University College Dublin, Ireland. He then studied a postgraduate course in UCD which focused on the management of humanitarian aid work. He learned about African culture and the issues aid workers face in Africa. Gabriel Woods has travelled around the world. He has lived in Sydney and Brisbane in Australia. He explored important religious and cultural Hindu, Buddhist and Muslim sites of India. He learned about the spiritual practices of the people that live and worship there. Gabriel Woods also spent time exploring important aboriginal sites in Australia and the lessons aboriginals have for humanity. Gabriel Woods has lived in Dublin, London and Edinburgh. He has travelled widely throughout mainland Europe including Spain, Greece, Cyprus, Netherlands and Germany with a focus on areas of cultural importance. These sites throughout the world that Gabriel has visited have had a profound effect on him which he expresses as he writes about these areas in his novel. Gabriel has returned to Ireland. He worked voluntarily for Aware helpline that supports people experiencing depression and anxiety. He is now a fully qualified life coach. He lives in a village near the banks of The Royal Canal.

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