Mindful Monday: Overcoming Fears Part One

Happy MINDFUL MONDAY focusing on how to overcome fears. 🧠

Fear is a powerful emotion but I am a firm believer that we can overcome fears. I have been doing Mindful Monday Journal Prompts on another platform of mine for a while. I wanted to bring this weekly focus to my blog. The goal of these weekly prompts is to create greater self-awareness and encourage people to self-reflect to determine what habits align with you and which habits no longer serve you. Furthermore, giving you the motivation to create small shifts without becoming overwhelmed. I am extremely passionate about helping people live with optimal wellness. I believe habits and rituals are essential for improving one’s overall well-being. By focusing on your mental health, you create the foundation to engage in positive habits and rituals.

This week the focus is on overcoming fears.

“Feel the fear and do it anyway” 

Healing is a series of learning and unlearning. Naming different anxieties allows you to start understanding what shifts you can make to release and shift these beliefs into something powerful. By defining your fear, you become aware of what triggers your anxiety and create the space to unlearn past narratives that no longer serve you.

These questions will help you determine what step to take as you embark on a mission to overcome fears. Specifically, this allows you to choose what fears are most prevalent for you at this moment.

Journal Prompts: Overcome Fears

  1. What is something makes you anxious
  2. What changes can you make to create a more positive mindset around this belief?
  3. What do you think this fear stems from?
Journal prompt questions for overcoming fears / anxiety
Overcoming fear: Mindful Monday Journal Prompt Questions

I would love to hear your thoughts on fear and any takeaways you have! Journal prompts are a powerful way to bring ideas from your subconscious mind to your conscious mind.

Thank you for reading! 🙂

Update: For part two and three of the overcoming fears series, click the links below:


10 responses to “Mindful Monday: Overcoming Fears Part One”

  1. JR Avatar

    Good stuff, thanks. I used to probably fear my own emotions like many I guess, but have learned to accept them a bit more, I’m trying anyway.. What about you?

    1. growingthroughsomething Avatar

      Yes, it is so powerful to face own’s emotion. I have been working on this by sitting with my emotions instead of running to distraction which is so easily found nowadays.

  2. Becoming His Tapestry Avatar

    I do believe that fear affects us all in one capacity or another. But we can overcome fear with the help of the Lord

    1. growingthroughsomething Avatar

      Yes, it is easy to be impacted by fear, especially in today’s world. God guides us towards healing and security. Blessings!

  3. bereavedandbeingasingleparent Avatar

    I was listening to a sermon that talked about how fear made slaves of us all to varying extents. But the one best way to freedom was looking up. I’m trying to do this way more. Too often I’ve ran away from fear. It’s not easy but I am forcing myself to not run now and follow the light of hope. ❤️

    1. growingthroughsomething Avatar

      Thanks for sharing. I am happy you are shifting into heightened awareness <3

  4. singlikewildflowers Avatar

    Fear is something that I’ve been facing lately. Panic attacks and the fear of getting them is overwhelming. But God is in me and I can overcome yet it feels like such a personal weakness.

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