No one is fear-free, we have an only different reaction to it. Some people have tendency to worry which creates their anxiety, others avoid concerns and pretends that it doesn’t exist, the third is so overwhelmed by fears and constantly think that something bad is going to happen (what will happen when the dark falls, what if they lose their job, what if they do not find love, what if they get ill, etc.)
We are all born with three basic fears, from (1) falling, (2) abandoning, (3) suddenly loud noises. Through life, we face six kinds of fears: (1) survival, (2) unknown, (3) loss - abandonment, (4) betrayal, (5) rejection, and (6) dying.
Fear from the unknown creates fear of change, fear from loneliness comes from abandonment experience, fear from financial loss and poverty comes from fear of survival, fear of dying creates fear of illness, trust issues have roots in fear of betrayal, etc.
All six fears are manifested in certain parts of the spine and affect some nerves in the spinal cord. They affect the health of the spine and cause chronic back pain and headaches. From the physical aspect, fear can be also manifested in the heart, the adrenal glands, the reproductive organs, stomach, and the spleen.
Anatomy of fear
There are five basic fear disorders: