Phobias and fears, or Who makes mountains out of molehills
In the last article we discussed the psychology and physiology of fear. If you haven’t read this article then read it you can here: “the Psychology and causes fear.” We found that many of our fears are directly linked to the innate characteristics of our physiology and psychology. Too often, however, strong fear and anxiety are not, at first sight, unfounded. Sometimes it seems that phobias and fears appear out of nowhere. It is about the cause of such unfounded fears, we will now discuss.
Fear without reason — fear has big eyes
I think you have heard that “fear has big eyes“. Most often talking about people who have the habit to exaggerate the danger, to make “mountains out of molehills”, painting something in the imagination of the “missing” parts.
In fact, this phrase hides a very deep meaning. Among us there are really people who have “big eyes” — this innate characteristics they are able to notice the slight risk.
Good vision, very vivid imagination and great emotional amplitude — nature is not just endowed these people with such unique properties. Due to these abilities they are able to not just “consider” in a little fly danger a rampaging elephant, but also to warn others about this danger.
Experiencing fear, such people are absolutely immune to reason, therefore, to cure their fears and phobias by traditional methods virtually impossible. They are easy to panic and can get scared of everything. Mice and spiders, airplanes, and public speaking, fear of the dark and fear of death — getting rid of one phobia, they immediately find a new source of fear.
Why are these people so often experience irrational fear? Why they are pursued by obsessive fears and phobias? The fact that such people have an innate and strong fear of death — it lies at the basis of all 40,000 phobias.
For example, people believe that he is afraid of enclosed space — but in fact, his imagination paints colorful pictures of the cable break and the Elevator, which resulted in killing all its passengers.
Or the person experiences intense fear, noticing a small harmless spider. But he is not afraid of the insect in his unconscious red light flashes fear of dying from a poisonous bite.
Experiencing anxiety and fear, such people are very easy to different kinds of suggestions. They believe in omens and superstitions, easily influenced by fortune-tellers and so-called psychics. They even little green men can “see,” and the most experienced expert will not be able to prove that “man” exists only in their imagination.
He saw in a dream a nightmare, these people hurriedly open the dream — the fear of forcing them to seek refuge in a variety of ways, including by using the decoding signals received in the dream.
But to get rid of unreasonable fears can only realize their source, hidden deep in the unconscious…
Why the anxiety and fear
“Fearful” people with an ulterior motive make “mountains out of molehills” and greatly exaggerate the danger — so they perform their specific role: like many centuries ago, they are frightened and warn others about potential dangers
System vector psychology PROFESSOR THOMAS D. BIRD defines such people the presence of the visual vector. Erogenous zone “Sidelnikov” is the iris — the visual person gets pleasure from the passage of light rays through the iris of the eye. Its increased sensitivity allows us to distinguish fine details and colors, and greatly expands the viewing angle due to the developed peripheral vision.
Sometimes seen is not recognized, but still fixed in the unconscious. Combined with the sensual perception of the surrounding people and their psychological States, obtained using a hypersensitive iris information is the basis of the visual intuition and so-called hunches.
Another feature people with the visual vector is a great emotional amplitude. The range of this amplitude is swinging from the archetypal fear “for their lives” to a comprehensive “love of neighbor”, which, in essence, is the highest manifestation of compassion. Learn about fear and Social anxiety in children.
How light and bright colors bring fun visual person, so the dark immerses him in fear. The mechanism of occurrence of fear in this case is very simple — the darkness significantly reduces the possibility of the sensor through which a visual person receives information about the world. Darkness “blind” — and a visual person begins to feel anxiety as it cannot consider in the dark potential danger.