Wednesday, February 02, 2011

Symptoms of Fear

Symptoms of a Spirit of Fear - Overcoming the spirit of fear

Free: Two Half-Day Spiritual Warfare Dallas/Fort Worth Deliverance Ministry Conference!

Physical manifestations of a spirit of fear in your body.

Tense, light muscles, especially neck, shoulders or jaw
Back pain
Elevated blood pressure
Numbness and tingling in limbs
Heartburn, hyperacidity, indigestion
Colitis, peptic ulcer
Difficulty breathing, shortness of breath, asthma
Chest pain, angina
Allergies, frequent colds
Skin rash
Dry mouth, lump in throat
Chronic fatigue, exhaustion, low energy
Weakened immune system
Overweight, out of shape
Trouble getting to sleep or staying asleep
Cold hands or feet
Anxious, nervous
Depressed, don't enjoy life, no enthusiasm, disillusioned
Emotionally drained, mentally strained
Personally devalued, broken spirit
Impatient, overly demanding
Fearful or scared
Can't recognize and address the problems
Nervous, fidgeting, can't keep still
Feel panicky
Cry easily, emotions on surface
Can't concentrate, forgetful
Difficult getting out of bed in the morning
Cynical, pessimistic, negative, sarcastic
Can't turn off certain stressful thoughts of feelings
Feel overwhelmed, overtaxed, overloaded, over committed
Having difficulty adjusting to change
No sense of humor, don't laugh much anymore
Feel driven by "musts," should's," gottas," and other perfectionist or approval-seeking self-talk
Have trouble letting go of a major disappointment
Feel out of control
Find it difficult to bounce back from setbacks
Inattentive to details
Can't think clearly, reduced creativity
Job performance is deteriorating or not what it could be
Unable to channel energy into productive actions
Overeat, lost my appetite, don't take time to eat or to eat right
Depend on other drugs or chemicals
Avoid people, withdraw
Nervous behavior (e.g. bite nails, pace, fidget, can't keep still)
Always in a hurry, pressed for time
Take tranquilizers to relax
Overreact or under react to stressful situations

Do self-defeating, non confronting things to forget my stress (e.g. shopping spree, eating binges, etc.)
Am addicted to work (e.g. always working late or bringing work home)
Try to be "Superhuman" scramble like craze to have it all, do it all, be it all
Overly competitive or hard-driving, even in noncompetitive situations
Must fill every moment with achievement-oriented behavior
Set unrealistic and often unnecessary deadlines
Diabetic reactions

A spirit of fear, as you can see, can make a person sick with diseases. 

Traci Morin, Touch of God International Ministries, a healing and deliverance Ministry

Text-to-speech function is limited to 100 characters

No comments: