Based on the spiritual presupposition that we all came into this life perfect* and because we know we are energetic, vibrating, eternal, spiritual beings of light and love, why should there ever be a reason to doubt ourselves?
The outer conditions of a person’s life will always be found to reflect their inner beliefs.
Why Is There An Epidemic Of Low Self-Esteem?
Eleanor Roosevelt said, most profoundly, “No one can make us feel inferior without our consent.” It took me a long while to understand this.
The pain of not understanding why I wasn’t getting what I wanted was probably more consuming than the pain of not having it. Crying, WHY! Over and over. Sound familiar?
Much of what I post is for the purpose of sharing what I’ve learned and applied for the betterment of my life. Understanding my emotional/relational needs was especially important. These are the needs that we will continue to focus on as they are the most damaging to our personal evolution if unexamined.
I found that once I identified and sought fulfillment of my true needs, I had very few wants.
I became content and at peace with myself and my life.
People often find that once they get what they want they’re still not satisfied or happy. This is because what they wanted is not what they needed. It is by satisfying our needs that we find contentment and peace.
Today I want to introduce you to how the levels of needs apply to your seven bodies of health.
Just to review, your seven bodies of health are as follows:
Last night, after I finished my post, I spotted my print copy of the evolving needs chart. On the top of it I had written, , circled and highlighted “Where is Love?”
It wasn’t in the chart because it is not specific. However, feeling loved is most definitely a basic need that adds to self-esteem/confidence. But love is a behavior, or rather a collection of behaviors or actions, not one specific thing.
All the needs that are received, taught and allowed are acts of love.
Most of us have heard about the negative impact of low self-esteem. For that reason many people seek to improve it. But what if there was a better goal?
Every month more than two million people worldwide search Google for confidence. That is an astounding number, but what if this is not what they should be searching for, on Google or in their lives?