scared when prayer starts or during any thing played with a large volume

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Lina

Bangalore, India

#1 Jan 17, 2013
Hi,

I am 27 years old. I always feel that if i attend prayers or visit any temple, the god will come into me.. this usually happens during our Indian traditional prayers.. people starts behaving weird.. we say that the god has come into that person.. From past 1 year have i have become a devotee of God.. i do more pooja.. so i feel the god will also come into me and i will also behave weird..
Also i always feel that i will die.. from past few months i am facing health issues.. like sinus [ breathing problem ], lack of calcium and haemoglobin,gastritis. Also i was hospitalised for 5 days for having high fever.. i get scared of anything for foolish reasons.. i am scared of going anywhere outside from home..i left my good job becoz of this reasons.. and still feel that i cannot work.. my health will be down if i work.. Please help me with this 2 major problems.. this problem might seems small.. but major to me as my present and future is stuck due to this. It would be really great if i get good advise and clear my fear.

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