“Placing your attention on that which is scary to you puts many of you in a state of fear, because you believe that if you focus on something, you will attract it to you. This is what you have learned.
So now as you experience fears, you have compounded the experience by being afraid of the fear. Because if you actually have something in front of you that is more than just a scary monster in a closet, well then you really will have something to deal with. And so how do you deal with the fear before the monster jumps out of the closet?
Recognize that fear is not telling you something about what will happen. Fear is telling you something about what has already happened. And as you allow yourselves to explore the sensation of fear, knowing all the while that there really is no monster, you give yourselves the opportunity to demonstrate that the fear itself is not so scary after all. It is not to be ashamed of, and you are not to be ridiculed for being afraid of something that may or may not even exist.
Recognize the importance of fear, and do not place it at the bottom of the emotional food chain. See it as that which gives you the opportunity to experience love, for in knowing fear, love becomes more real to you.
It helps you to know who you are and who you have been. And it tells you when it is time to walk away from something, something that might actually be real and worth being afraid of.
We are the Zetas, and we are your brothers and sisters.”