one can seem to be immobilized by fear, however
he may be in a state of confusion, which may indirectly be connected to his fear, but confusion is caused by a sense of misdirection, a loss of guidance, misunderstanding.
both fear and confusion can cause one to be in a state of inaction.
to be incapacitated is the inability to act. There’s no thought either, an absence of thought, rendered inactive.
immobility is much like incapacitation, only the consciousness is intact.
immobilized by fear, state of confusion, rendered inactive, incapacitated
fear is the opposite of faith. because faith defined by action, fear is immobilizing. But what is in a state of immobility exactly? The soul? The spirit? The body?
fear attacks the spirit; hence, ‘immobilized by fear’
confusion attacks the mind.
incapacitation attacks the body and mind
immobility refers to a body absence of action.
inactivity can be that of the mind or that of the body
when one is immobilized by fear, he is spirit is on the defense rendering the body absence of agency.
spirit vs body vs mind