Low self-esteem and inferiority complete inhibits your ability to live to your fullest potential. They keep you imprisoned to a life of mediocrity and keep you from seeing the true value in who you are and limit your ability to see the beauty and talents hidden inside of you.
The next 7 steps will help you begin to take control of your life so you can boost your self-esteem, overcome inferiority complex and finally build your confidence to break free from your mental shackles and live the life you were meant to live.
Step #1 – Awaken to Your True Identity and Your Divine Heritage
Your true identity goes beyond your physical abilities and limitations into a realm that’s so vast beyond your external world.
Once you get this and understand your own unlimited potential and your divinity, then you’ll see that the things you have and what you’ve accomplished are only a part of your physical expressions.
You are valuable to the entire universal plan. You matter and you are just as valuable and equal to everybody else.
Step #2 – Uncover and Discover Your Inner Beauty
We tend to think of others as being more talented, more beautiful, having more than us and neglect to see the beauty in ourselves. You are a very important part of the entire divine master plan and you have a purpose for being here.
If you’re struggling with feelings of being useless and you can’t find meaning in your life then it’s time that you stop and take stock of who you are. Begin to explore you and look inside yourself for the hidden gems that are locked inside of you. Turn your attention inward and look for the things that are unique about you.
Step #3 – Reprogram Your Subconscious Mind
You are the gardener of your life. You decide what goes into your life garden. If you decide that you wanted cucumbers and decided to plant pumpkin seeds then there’s no way that you’ll ever produce a cucumber harvest. You must plant the seeds of the harvest you desire to manifest.
So it is with your life garden. Your thought seeds that become your belief must match up with the harvest. Your self-talk must match up with what you’d like to manifest. What you think about most of the time will eventually become your reality, just as a physical garden will eventually manifest the harvest of its own kind.
Step #4 – Believe in Yourself
Break free of the fear that’s holding you back. Trust that you have all that you need within you to go forward out of your comfort zone and live a fully enriched life. Your past failures do not have to continue to dictate how your future will turn out. You ask, “Suppose I fail again?” Then get up again, move again, live again – keep moving forward. You can do it.
Step #5 – Attract and Surround Yourself with Positive People
Whenever you have positive influence around you, that energy creates a snowball effect of more positive results in your life. Begin to think of the type of people you’d like to have around you that will help you build your confidence.
Form symbiotic relationships with others that have the characteristics that you desire that will help you instill the beliefs and character that you want to develop.
Step #6 – Let Go of the Past to Experience Emotional Healing
Are you reliving the past each day? It’s time to let go, forgive yourself, forgive the situation and begin to create new experiences in your life. It’s time to heal from the emotional pain of your past. Yes, it was painful. Yes, you may be still living with the consequences of that experience, but you can still move on and create a better life for yourself by taking the first step – let go.
Step #7 – Deal with Setbacks and Obstacles
On your journey to building self-confidence or come up against obstacles there may be times that you relapse into the old way of thinking. But you don’t have to stop there and give up. Shake it off and get back on track, begin again, try again until you succeed. Remember the saying, if at first you don’t succeed try, try again.
Instead of beating up on yourself keep your goal of self-confidence as your focal point and direct your negative emotions into something positive.