Are Your Thoughts and Subconscious Beliefs Sabotaging Your Self-Esteem?


“I hate a lot of things about myself.”
“Why am I such a failure?”
“My best is never good enough.”
“I could never do that because I am not good at it.”

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.”

Your subconscious supports your self-esteem with these powerful 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.

(These are just a sample of the beliefs associated with self-esteem.).

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