Love yourself by raising Your Self Esteem

January 6, 2011

Are subconscious beliefs sabotaging your…

Self-Esteem

Your self-esteem profoundly influences how others view you. If your self-esteem is high, other people will tend to see you that way also. However, if your self-esteem is low, others will respond accordingly with a lack of confidence and trust in you. Essentially, your beliefs (especially the subconscious ones) are teaching the world how to treat you. The way people treat you is a reflection of those subconscious beliefs. Consequently, if you want to change the way others behave toward you, you need to change the self-limiting beliefs that are causing the undesirable treatment. As the saying goes, “If you can’t love yourself, you can’t expect others to.” Follow the lead and go to www.thebillionairenetwork.com/monicabennett for developing your confidence!

Another aspect of self-esteem is the concept of unworthiness. Some world religions teach us that we are fundamentally unworthy. Others teach that life is endless suffering and to simply embrace it as an inevitable consequence of being in the world. Perhaps the nuances of these beliefs are understood by theologians in a way that doesn’t lead to the conclusion that “life’s a bitch and then you die,” but to the average person that conclusion is hard to escape. More often than not it leads to a deep sense of hopelessness and helplessness. And to add insult to injury, you are considered not worthy of having it be different! If you want to be free of the limitations of unworthiness in your life, be sure that your subconscious beliefs support that goal. Say YES to life, say YES to abundance www.thebillionairenetwork.com/monicabennett You deserve it!

Sample Beliefs:

  • I deeply appreciate and accept myself.
  • I love myself unconditionally.
  • I deserve the very best life has to offer.
  • I am confident and self-assured.
  • I am proud of my results and comfortable with my successes and my failures.
  • I am a good person.
  • I do my best and my best is good enough.
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