Trust is built with consistency.
If we want to trust ourselves, then we have to trust we have the capacity to change things for the better, and be consistent with those thoughts.
If we always limit ourselves with negative thinking and speech like; “I’m not” or “I can’t”, then that will result in not trusting ourselves.
- If we don’t trust in our capacity to deal with life it puts us into a perpetual state of fear and worry which becomes a vicious cycle.
- If we don’t trust our judgment we tend to take on too much, as we don’t trust that we are acceptable to other people if we say no.
We spend enormous amounts of energy on second guessing our choices after we have made them.
When we don’t trust our parental instincts we overwhelm our children with too much.
When we don’t trust our feelings we make ourselves way too busy trying to avoid them.
Placing Your Trust
What we place our trust in creates our experience, so be aware of this; Not trusting is only an illusion.
This is important. When we think negative thoughts we are trusting in negativity. The goal is to become aware of this and stop, breathe and refocus our thoughts and trust.
Self-trust and Intuition work hand in hand. They are closely linked.
In all areas; whether raising kids, relationships, or career, we need to be able to trust in ourselves and know what is right.
I don’t believe there is lack in the world – just the inability to trust ourselves enough to move us to the place we want to be.
Self-Trust and Inner-Wisdom
Self-trust is a journey and here are a few ideas on how to increase it.
I believe our relationship with ourselves sets the pattern for all other relationships – so trusting ourselves is a biggie if we want to learn to cope with the twists and turns life brings.
When we trust in ourselves we create positive energy that attracts good things into our life.
Choosing to trust ourselves, our life, and our journey – and our ability to navigate our way through it all, touches all aspects of our life.
It gives us the energy to do what we want to do. It is what we trust in that creates our reality and our experience in life.
Miraculous things can happen when we decide to trust ourselves.
I wish you love, blessings and great moments of trust.
Love & cheers, Karen Ellyard.
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We are never so vulnerable than when we trust someone – but funnily enough, if we cannot trust neither can we find love or joy.
- Walter Anderson