The SELF can be considered the perfect instance that inhabits each human being and pushes him towards his fulfillment.
A HEALTHY self is constantly expanding. The proper consideration of the SELF gives a feeling of dignity.
The esteem of the SELF is linked to our actions. If we have confidence in ourselves, we know how to do a certain thing without excessive fear of failing and without worrying about other people’s opinions.
Self-esteem is also the sum of small successes. It can develop only if we overcome these two obstacles: resignation and criticism.
While SELF-esteem is a more ambiguous term, it can evoke narcissism, egocentricity or self-promotion, or the way to become a personality.
I prefer to speak about SELF-esteem to clearly distinguish this training from the ego’s processes.
March 10th and 17th.
It is first and foremost to review our entire thought process. How does it work?
Is it true that our thoughts are like magnets?
Reprogramming is about becoming aware of and redirecting the trajectory of our thoughts by positively affirming who we are and what life is all about in our own perception, not that of others!
Our thoughts are the beacons of what we think of ourselves; if we see ourselves as incorrect beings, our whole self-esteem is affected.
Through positive programming, we decide to wear our own glasses and see our life at its best.
March 24th and 31st.
An increasing number of people have forgotten their inner child.
From the moment we are born, the adults in our lives force us to become normal like them. Over time, we adopt a personality to meet the expectations of adults.
As adults, we forget or nearly forget our original individuality – OUR I AM. By observing the behaviour of adults towards children who insist on being themselves,
It is easy to see how the inner child of these adults has also been profoundly repressed.
This repression of the inner child crushes spontaneity, the joy of living, creativity, authenticity, the ability to express oneself, trust in the universe, be natural, and self-respect, which inevitably affects self-esteem. We will learn to revisit this child,
And to become a welcoming adult towards that child.
Just like in a business with a shopping area, every year, the owner looks at and analyzes what he has sold and what is left on his shelves,
Then he cleans up, keeps what sells best, and gets rid of what he didn’t sell. We, as human beings, need to go and revisit our life history.
We need to revisit our entire life history at least once in our lives, recognize what is ours and let go of what is not. To draw up an inventory,
A life assessment is new freedom and great joy of living because we will finally know the actual human being and not remain the person everyone wanted us to be!
April 14th and 21st.
Forgiveness is a word full of godliness, but it is also very vague and often associated with bad experiences and religion, so it is important to clarify it.
We have all experienced events that hurt us, no matter how old a person is or how serious the facts are.
Whether during childhood, adolescence, or adulthood, our heart has some of these injuries that are still alive even in later life. It is enough for us to think of a particular person or remember the acts, the facts, and feel overwhelmed by sadness or anger…
The process of forgiveness will help us clean, wash these wounds, and heal them. The method of forgiveness will allow us to clean, wash these wounds and especially heal them. The scar will always be “visible” in our hearts, but it will become painless; it will not impact us anymore. We can even have a gentle look at it.
The act of forgiving is, therefore, a liberating movement for us!
Sometimes we think we are indifferent. We feel like we haven’t been impacted by something, but it’s a delusion. We disconnected ourselves; unconsciously, we chose to cut the mental/heart connection to minimize the pain. So yes, we cut ties with toxic people, but in doing so, I also cut myself off from what I could experience with the people I love because a healed heart can love fully. Therefore, forgiveness is a gift that we give to ourselves and others.
Finally, forgiveness is the act of caring, whose goal is to act with an open heart. And choosing to forgive is choosing to heal one’s heart.
Forgiveness is a divine act, not a human act. Accepting what we are, requires a lot of Love, and this love is found in our sacred part nourished by an active spiritual life!