Everyone of us has fallen victim to our insecurities and low self-esteem at some point in our lives. And going through such feelings may impact the way we go about our day and even longer if not properly addressed.

Today we’re going to talk about how to get out of your own head and self imposed insecurities. We all have them, but the important point here is that there is a way out. These feelings come from our thinking, our thoughts. And that is where change can happen too.

In this episode, I would like to share with you how to deal with insecurities and low self-confidence. Feelings we oftentimes choose to ignore. But it is time we address them, to have a healthier mindset and better way of living.

It Is Rooted In Deeper Than We Think

For many, they blame their lack of confidence and security from other people. It could be words were said and it caused hurt and shame. But what we don’t realize is that it’s already an underlying feeling, and someone just triggered that feeling to come out of the surface. 

Then, an inner dialogue takes over the bullying and doubt. You begin to have thoughts that steal your confidence away and make you feel insecure.

It Starts With Awareness

So insecurities are really built based on our own judgment. And our judgment is our own thinking. The thoughts that we have about ourselves, about our value. We have to acknowledge that these are feelings that are within us, therefore we shouldn’t blame someone else. Instead, we can begin to build better conversations internally. That allows us to lower down the insecurities and increase our self-confidence.

When we become aware of our insecurities and realize how they don’t really matter, is the day that you begin to see clarity and change. When you recognize it, you have the power to change it. And that change is all about self-acceptance and self-love.

The Beauty In Our Scars

I have a huge scar in my abdomen. And that scar has become an insecurity for me for a long time. I wasn’t confident with my body, I didn’t want anybody to see my scar. And that thought followed me all the way until I became pregnant. It wasn’t until I felt the most amount of love for my growing belly that I realized how insignificant that thought was. I spent years being insecure because I lacked self acceptance, self love and awareness.

My scar represents the insecurities we all have. The flaws and imperfections don’t define me. But the way I think about myself, the way I value myself is the thing that counts. It’s not about what others think about you, it’s about how you think of yourself.

Learning To Let Go

To bring about awareness, journal the thoughts about the area of your life that you feel insecure about. Think about your scars, not heal them but to embrace them. 

Start building your self-confidence and let go of your insecurity. And you can only do that when you believe that the most important thoughts are the ones that you have about yourself. Stop looking for reassurance elsewhere, find the assurance in yourself. I guarantee you, when you start being aware and loving yourself, that’s when you learn to let go of the insecurities that hold you and finally be the confident you.

If you’re ready to put an end to a bully that  lives inside your mind, I want to invite you to my next Five day workshop: Detox the mind from self-critical to self-confident where you will learn proven strategies to go from self critical to being self-confident for just $97! You get five days of live coaching calls with me, workbooks to go along with your lessons, and teachings that will literally transform your life. This workshop will break you free from the prison of your own thoughts. Our next workshop begins April 11th and you can join the waiting list today! Click here to sign up!

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