The most important thing about fear is learning to recognize it, address it and move forward with what is necessary. Fear drives us interior, while looking brings us into NOW, not some fearful moment of the past. Looking lets us see what is here. It allows us to ask, answer, seek data and exchange to address the actual situation.
In many ways fear marks our entry into the universe of possibilities. Our monkey brains know what is dangerous, they “know” what pains occurred in similar situations. So if we recognize fear, thank our monkey brain for its inputs and then ascend to higher thinking, the fear fades as real time experience fills the creative network.