Insecurity weakens our immune system and makes us miserable. We feel small. What use is it? Let’s engage this self-doubt at an arm’s length. Not pushing it away, but giving us room so that self-doubt is further away. There is space around us. We are no longer overwhelmed by self-doubt. Recognizing and repeatedly reflecting how this attitude is dysfunctional creates space. We can choose to part ways. Old dysfunctional habits are best left by the wayside. As we increase our thinking and feelings of concern for the welfare of others, naturally self-doubt lessens.
We are filled with dysfunctional habits. One is putting our self down. Probably we’ve been doing this since childhood. It is time to let go. Recognize the associated thoughts, feelings, and bodily sensations. Remember the […]
We tend to judge ourselves and compare ourselves with others. Sometimes we feel we are not as good as others. At other times we feel better than others. This is all the tricky mischievous ego. […]