Fear is only messing with our perception, not with what’s actually going on.
Fear messes with our perception of things and tries to get us to believe a false picture of what’s going on. Then it achieves what it wants – for us to act based on our false perception of reality. But if we recognize that fear has no inherent power and only our perception is being messed with, we can stop being afraid and trust that the reality of things has never changed, all is well, and we can act according to what we know to be true instead of what fear is trying to tell us is true. Fear doesn’t have the power to make us believe the false picture. Perceive what’s true – see reality. Then you have nothing to fear.