The universal sense of Unworthiness
There is a deep sense of unworthiness ingrained in most of us. It’s part of the human condition. Deeply ingrained in how we think about ourselves.
Our thinking patterns
How often do you think:
- “I could have done better”
- “I should have done more”
- “That wasn’t efficient”
Maybe you can catch yourself going from:
“I did something clumsy” to “I am clumsy.
Or even from:
“I did something stupid” to “I am stupid”?
Perception of yourself
Our inner critic can bend our reasoning.
And this can be extremely damaging
to how we perceive ourselves
and how we live our lives.
Operating from a sense of Unworthiness means:
- staying small
- not speaking our mind
- feeling insecure
- doubting ourselves on a regular basis
- being out of touch with our desire
- out of touch with our boundaries
How to change
How to break this unhealthy habit, of being under the spell of Unworthiness?
Being steered by our often unconscious behaviours?
This is the work. The valuable work.
Often we need someone to mirror us, to reflect back, to help or guide us.