Eliminating Fear and Its Effects

Among the rocky mountains of Colorado National Monument is a well-known promontory known as "Cold Shivers Point." Jutting out from the regular mass, this point is capped by a rock that appears ready to fall hundreds of feet into Red Canyon below, though, in fact, it is very firmly lodged.

While there is no danger for the normally careful visitor, it is hard for many people to step out onto this precarious viewpoint, so great is their discomfort brought on by fear of falling. For some, it is hard even to look at a picture of this rock without being seized with cold shivers and weakness of the knees.

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