Dealing with insecurity, the root cause of envy, depression and relationship problems, is essential for our well-being and growth
How secure are You?If you were to see your spouse talking animatedly with another man/woman would you
a. flame with jealousy and rush to separate the two?
b. accept the fact gracefully?
If you were walking on the road and someone behind you laughed, would you
a. automatically assume that the person was laughing at you?
b. ignore it as none of your business.
If you were to enter a five-star hotel, trip and tear your sari/trouser, would you
a. turn and run?
b. go to the menís/womenís room, repair the damages, and carry on with your business?
If your best friend at work were to suddenly become very friendly with the new recruit, would you
a. turn a cold shoulder to her?
b. get to know the new recruit too so all of you can be friends together?
If you were to join a new job, would you
a. stay up all night worrying about the impact you will make?
b. know that you will do well and be liked.
Results: The more the number of As, the more the insecurity. But that's okay. The most important thing you need to remember is that the insecurity is not you. You are whole, perfect and complete. The insecurity is only conditioning, and can be scraped away with a bit of effort. Always remind yourself of your real identity, and do not make an identity of your insecurity. That is not you. Once you are able to distinguish between the real you and the insecure conditioning that shows up, you will eliminate the latter more easily. Soon, the real, beautiful you will shine out, secure forever.
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