Collective Consciousness - Transcending insecurity
by Life Positive
I find that writing out my insecurity helps me to accept them and slowly get over them. I have a number of notebooks that have piled up over the years containing a range of things from friends to relationships to money. I feel that through this method I have gained courage and learnt a lot.
ROHAN S, MUMBAI
Talking out my problems with the concerned person is the best way to deal with them. Although we may feel that the person will not understand and it may blow out of proportion, it works very well. When there isnít a second person in the problem, I talk to myself or to God. Sometimes She just listens, and when I really require it She speaks back to me too.
SANGEETA KRISHNAN, MUMBAI
Logic is how I deal with my insecurities. I think about it, analyse it and almost always find that the reason for the insecurity was not real. Instantly I feel better and in a few days I find that it has gone away completely. My family and friends find it difficult to practise this but for me it is the best method.
PRIYANKA DESAI, PUNE
Having been born and brought up in a very religious household, I pray whenever I face a problem or insecurity. That calms my mind considerably and then I am able to tackle the problem better. Often I find that after I pray, the problem disappears. It no longer has the same intensity or another path unfolds.
PRAJAKTA SHETH, MUMBAI
At first I used to try and run from insecurity, hope that it would elude me if I did. I learnt that it did not, so I tried facing it. What if it is so? How would it affect me? Would it be as bad as I think it would? These increased my self-confidence and helped me understand myself better. Now I don't run away from them, I address them and let it sort out naturally.
SAMRAT DATTA, MUMBAI
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