And if you are brave enough tell us why..........
Thank you for your answer in advance.
Learn when to let go of desparately tight conscious control, trust my own innate skills and intuition more often.
Listen to my body and the world around me instead of always second guessing and delaying my decisions/actions until I have "just a little bit more information".
Making intention and action more fluid when called for.
Fear is the mind killer. I fear nothing and constantly seek to push my personal paradigms right to the edge of the abyss. Most fears are self created and therefore easily dispelled. Paleo is about the truth and a lot of people fear that the most.
Letting go of this sugar addiction is killing me. The gluten, the carbs, the legumes, the seed oils, the nightshades, the coffee, the alcohol: easy. But I just can't let go of the sugar.
I'd also like to squat more often for the toilet, but I'm not sure how to rig up my bathroom, or do it like that at work.
Your question's basic premise is that there is a fear, that we are afraid to do something which we would want to do, I digress.
..Its not about being afraid but about knowing the tremendous difference between perfection and totality, and remain 'total' and not necessarily perfect.
Perfection is a goal somewhere in the future, totality is an experience here, NOW. Totality is not a goal, it is the style of life.
If one can get into any act with one's whole heart, one is total. And totality brings wholeness and totality brings health and totality brings sanity.
Where is the room for fear?
Quit my job and just focus on school. I dont need the money (my wife makes enough to support the both of us) but I've always worked. When I have down time I feel uncomfortable and on edge. I know it would help me SO MUCH to reduce my work volume to below the 55 hrs/week I work now, but I'm afraid to do it. Too many "What if's" to plan for I guess.
Stop counting calories.
My satiety cues are all shattered to heck, and while I'm always pleasantly sated on Paleo, the thought of not knowing where I stand terrifies me.
It's a crutch, and one I hope to let go of soon. :)