Self-doubt eats us from the inside. It makes us feel uneasy at best, and anxious and depressed at the worst. Our self-critical judgment gets the best of us. It tends to infect critical judgment of others as well, just like a rotten apple at the bottom of a barrel infecting the others. Turn our attention inward and recognize self-doubt and any guilt. Observe it like a cloud passing in the sky then disappearing. Turn our self-preoccupation into concern for others. This brings strength and courage. Self-doubt withers on the vine. Inner calm, peace, and love fill the void.
Self-doubt and ridicule erode our happiness and make us feel inadequate, anxious, and weak. None of us are perfect. We all make mistakes as we are imperfect human beings wandering in samsara blown by the […]
Doubt and guilt eat away at us like a cancer. Of course, sometimes doubt can lead to discovery, but too much paralyzes us. Guilt has no redeeming qualities. Both disrupt our peace of mind and […]