“Nothing to Fear but Fear Itself”, Glenn Pascall, October 18, 2015

Each time we face fear, enter into the space of fear, do our work and speak our part in a place of fear and come out alive, the power of fear as a limiting factor in our lives is permanently reduced. As we do this again and again we come to see fear for what it is: not as an assessment of external circumstances, but as an expression of inner gaps in our life experience.

Based on personal experience and a major research project for PBS, Tapestry Member Glenn Pascall will discuss taking risks to help others. Taking a risk to follow your heart can lead to freedom from fear and peace of mind.

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