“The most common one-liner in the Bible is, "Do not be afraid." Someone counted, and it occurs 365 times.” 
Richard Rohr, Falling Upward

Fear, at its best, is a deep-seated reaction to perceived or intuited danger, telling you to be cautious and to protect yourself. Fear is also a shadow cast by the light of courage and growth, a natural part of the human experience. Drawing the card of Fear challenges you to acknowledge what you are afraid of, but not be governed by those things. It is in facing your fears that you find new depths of courage. Alternatively, if you find that you have some very real monsters under your bed - you can acknowledge them, and deal with them too

Fear Mantra: I acknowledge my fears with courage and compassion.