Fear underlies so much of our experience in life – fear of death, fear of life, fear of the dark, fear of the light, fear of being alone, fear of intimacy, fear of being seen, fear of being unseen.
In the Shambhala Buddhist teachings, the path of the warrior is marked by shifting our relationship to fear – our habit of stepping around fear is transformed by the practice of stepping into it.
Fear often sets a boundary for our experience, but it can also be viewed as a threshold – a gateway to a bigger world.
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