The way we see ourselves greatly influences the way we do things and, consequently, the results we get. Self-esteem influences a decisive influence in the loving and professional area. If the image we have of ourselves is negative, various mechanisms of self-sabotage come into play, often when making things simpler. Beings of Light within the framework of Multidimensional Therapy,one of the most effective in curing the symptoms of low self-esteem,energetically influence the mental body of the person, the seat of negative beliefs about himself, so that the person automatically feels better with himself, loves himself and considers himself worthy of being loved by others.
Advantages of Multidimensional Therapy over other therapies
Reiki: Or Reiki is a formidable energy therapy in the treatment of depression combined with low self-esteem but it takes a much higher number of sessions to treat low self-esteem than the approximately 5 sessions required of Multidimensional therapy and, in some cases, this number is even lower.
Meditation: Meditation is very effective to bridge problems of low self-esteem since it gives energy to the person, calms the mind (starts to produce fewer “films”) and brings it closer to its true center – the spirit. However, although effective, it has a problem: it takes too long. It may take months before there is a significant background improvement. In this sense, Multidimensional Therapy is much faster to act. Beings of Light know exactly where the roots of a person’s problem are and by focusing their action directly on their subtle bodies, they manage to get the person to become aware and free himself.
Clinical psychology: With a more traditional approach to the old problem of low self-esteem, up to several dozen sessions could be spent over the course of months without the person feeling improvement, either because of the psychologist’s ineptitude or because the client is not communicating everything that was necessary for his cure. Many times, what happens is the client uses his consultation only to express himself/herself with someone who is professionally trained to listen. The months go by without the problem being effectively solved or have even managed together – psychologist and client – to get to the real root of the problem since this, although common in clinical psychology offices, is an extremely complex subject that can take months or years to solve using a traditional approach.
With Multidimensional Therapy,the problem is effectively solved in a completely revolutionary way in the face of the old paradigm. In Multidimensional Therapy, each session lasts an hour and is performed by the Beings of Light, acting directly on the mental and emotional body of the client, consulting the akashic records to access their past lives if necessary, referring obsessives to the light and rebalancing all the chakras and all the energy of the person while making them aware of what is being released both in dreams, both in events abroad after therapy or in visions while lying horizontally on the marchiotable.
Characteristics of the person with low self-esteem
- Prioritizes your defects over your qualities
- You have a huge need to please others
- He feels that he is not of this world often experiencing feelings of alienation and total inadequacy to the surrounding social environment
- He is always comparing himself to others, both at the conscious level and at an already entrenched subconscious level
- Perfectionist, demands too much of herself
- Blame yourself too much by designating “failures” your unsuccessful attempts to learn something new
- Mental confusion between following one of several possible paths
- Indecision or slowness to make decisions both in the most banal things of the day-to-day (for example, choosing one of several cakes in a pastry) and in the most important ones (starting a loving relationship with person A or person B, selecting the right course of college, etc.)
- A poorly defined sense of identity, reaching, in more severe cases, reaching the sphere of sexuality (doubts about their sexual orientation, inability to feel sexual pleasure or to give pleasure to others in a relationship, etc.)
- She suffers from sentimental apathy not being able to feel true love for herself and others although she tries to please them in exchange for approval
- Unceasing mental dialogue. This person cannot silence thoughts, mostly negative, about himself
- You have no internal peace. This person is constantly having a mental buzz of background to debit negativity about himself, to evaluate and judge others and to himself, especially in public places
- Suffers from energetic vampirism
- Insecurity. Given the person of low self-esteem self-assessment as being a person with little self-worth he becomes anxious, vulnerable, fragile and susceptible. Consequently, it mentally creates the idea of a world that can attack it at any time and that, in the event of an attack, it will feel vulnerable and will not have the ability to defend itself or those it loves.
- He is constantly creating “movies” mentally being very little time in the present moment. The “films” you create are projections of a reality more desirable than the one you find yourself in (the person of low self-esteem has difficulty accepting reality as it is) when it is still, in relaxed mode although, in action and real mode, tends to mentally project negative “films” in which one sees himself failing in some way or something going wrong. Meditation is the best remedy to calm the mind and recover its inner well-being.
The person with low self-esteem sucks, unconsciously and against his will, the energy of other people. It does so in various ways without realizing, namely, talking about itself for an hour or more in a negative and self-deprecating way, not giving the other party the opportunity to communicate and express itself.
In some cases, when fed by the other person who listens to it (who gives him his energy by paying attention to him), the person of low self-esteem feels stronger and stronger while the other party that listens to it is feeling increasingly exhausted with energy. In this case, the person of low self-esteem performs the role of receiver but there are cases where the opposite happens.
Let’s see: the ego follows the principle of inertia. If the ego has an identity associated with low self-esteem, you will want to continue with that identity. The person with low self-esteem has a tendency to surround himself also with people who suck their energy, that is, here the person of low self-esteem will act as a giver. She tends to surround herself with people whose main topic of conversation are her own personal dramas and their problems as well as narcissistic people.
The role of Aura Reading Therapy as a way to raise self-esteem
Aura Reading Therapy allows self-knowledge and energy cleansing of behavioral patterns recorded in a person’s energy. Self-knowledge helps a person to understand oneself better, to accept their current and past behaviors based on a psycho-spiritual approach.
With Aura Reading, one stops blaming the world and himself, replacing the notion of guilt with the notion of responsibility for his life and results. With the reasons duly integrated by the consul, he is able to resume his personal responsibility and his role as creator and author of his own life story. It regains its personal power, exactly one of the key ingredients missing in people with reduced self-esteem.
The Aura Reading it allows to know the potentialities and gifts of each person, information extremely useful for the person of low self-esteem who tends to classify his challenges as defects (when in reality, they are karmic remissions voluntarily chosen by his own soul before incarnating) as well as not attributing enough attention to his qualities.
High self-esteem after 5 sessions of Multidimensional Therapy
- Ability to be happy
- Significant increase in inner well-being
- Love yourself when looking in the mirror
- Look at others in a whole new way, feeling love naturally for everyone, animals, plants and the world at large
- Ability to be assertive with people without blaming yourself afterwards for saying a “no” to someone (Aura Reading Therapy has potential for the same effect)
- Productivity at work increases as the person begins to do what he likes and not what he feels obliged in a job with which he often does not even identify himself (in this case, The Beings of Light can transform the energy of the person so that it ceases to attract the work that keeps them dissatisfied and starts to attract the work that really desires and identifies)
With Multidimensional Therapy learn to say no’s quality
The person with low self-esteem is unable to say a quality “no”. In the love plan, in the case of women, when approached in a bar or in any social situation that allows the approach, they often reject, in a “tabling” way, without class and leave faire the opportunity that presents itself giving rise to unnecessary resentments on both sides. When approaching the man and given that the woman is a very sensitive and intuitive being by nature, she realizes his intention, minutes or seconds before. From the moment he perceives the man to address her until he effectively addresses the word (as a simple “Hello!”), anxiety takes over her body and thousands of warning signs (the more uncomfortable the lower her self-esteem) they shoot her body which contributes to the increased likelihood of rejecting it whether or not she was conscious ly willing to do so for any reason. The tension rises due to the fact that the woman does not like herself, considers that she is not worthy of that approach, that it is not a being worthy of being loved although, in some cases, she has self-convinced (only at the conscious and non-subconscious level) the opposite and that the man who approaches her, given that she considers himself “evil”, it will necessarily have to be “bad”, otherwise I wouldn’t even choose it (unconscious belief of the Law of Attraction – “the like attract”).
In the case of men with low self-esteem,in most cases, the approach does not even occur given that the escape-attack mechanism comes into action minutes earlier.
Returning to the example of female rejection, the woman with high self-esteem is able to reject the man, in a gentle, discreet and respectful way, while maintaining the assertiveness of the response, devoid of the emotional burden that occurs in the woman of low self-esteem,feeling good about herself and not giving rise either to her guilt, or resentment on the part of the man who is rejected.
The influence of low self-esteem on the professional level
Nowadays, there is high pressure on employment to increase productivity and a process of constant improvement of the organization in which sometimes the employee is left aside with regard to their well-being.
The work sometimes accumulates, increasing the internal pressure on the individual so that it is resolved as soon as possible. With the increased pressure, exerted by the hierarchical superiors in search of bonuses and achievement of objectives and by customers in search of the best for the shortest time possible, the fatigue of the employee increases until reaching a point where their productivity begins to decline, exactly in the period when it was most necessary to be raised for the organization.
In view of this scenario, an assertive and high-profile employee self-esteem,addresses its hierarchical superior and informs him that he does not have the capacity to “get the job done” and that it is necessary to take action (eventually, to award more employees to his team, prioritize tasks, negotiate a longer term with the client among others). The employee with high self-esteem maintains a focus on the present moment, better evaluates the events and their abilities and the verification of their disabilities, at the present moment, before others, to respond to a challenging situation does not make him feel diminished. It is precisely this assertive attitude that will save you from the consequences of a breach of commitment as with the person of low self-esteem.
On the other, a collaborator with reduced self-esteem will try to fulfill at all costs all the tasks assigned to him even to accept even more and accumulate some of his colleagues. To fulfill them, you may have to work much longer hours than your employment contract set down, even to detach yourself from your necessary sleep hours, your well-being and the presence of family and friends for the sake of work. Over time, tiredness accumulates causing diseases that eventually add seize.
Internally, the employee with low self-esteem experiences a series of states of discouragement that gradually disintegrate him as a human being. Initially, given its perfectionist nature, it accepts the work they are assigning to him even if he is staying out of his capacity. He is a being who seeks to please everything and everyone and does not support “failing” timings and commitments even if they are unrealistic for his de facto capabilities. The developer with low self-esteem, ends up, sometimes, by making, without consciously realizing, the attitudes that will self-sabotage it and whose consequences will continue to feed a negative ego with emotions of low energetic vibration (pity of itself among others), foods that this ego so much needs to survive (see ahead self-sabotage mechanisms).
When it finally ends up failing the timings and commitments, this type of person chooses frustration as a reaction and begins to feel disillusioned about himself, to question himself, to question his work and quickly generalize so that his whole life history is concerned to that extent, sometimes including even his family and affective relationships.
In addition to any criticism from hierarchical superiors and colleagues reinforcing the failure of the commitment to expectations, the person of low self-esteem tends to regard them as just and more than appropriate, in a sense of self-punishment rather than a sense of observation, starting to experience feelings that it is not worthy of the trust of others to make commitments, that one cannot expect much from her, that one cannot trust her and that she has “failed”. This feeling can evolve until it considers itself a “failure” and extends to other areas of your life. This ends up generating one of the worst enemies of a healthy self-esteem – guilt.
As these events are repeated, bringing unpleasant feelings, they accumulate in the memory along with feelings of disability, a self-confidence that languishes and an internal belief that the person is not able to meet deadlines and do things well. Installed and reinforced the belief, begins a cycle of self-criticism and a mental framework made of negative self-evaluations.
The relationship between ego and self-esteem
The relationship of the ego with self-esteem follows the principle of Inertia (resistance that a body offers to change its state of rest or movement). An ego with high self-esteem feeds on positive thoughts and emotions about itself and tends unconsciously to surround itself with people and situations that will support the continuation of this positive state by entering into friction with people and situations that do not agree with this state. The ego with low self-esteem feeds on negative thoughts and emotions about itself and tends to always look for the type of people and situations that make the person feel bad or harm them.
The ego wants only one thing – to survive. And to survive, food is vital. If the person has an ego with a self-image built upon negative beliefs about themselves, seeks the corresponding food – negative thoughts, feelings and emotions. If he doesn’t find that food, the ego risks disappearing and he can’t stand it at all. For this reason, he will look as if he were fighting for his own life (in reality, that’s right) the situations that allow him to remain as he is or even grow up negatively. Thus arise people who even knowing, a priori, that a certain decision will attract or maintain a person or negative situation, although not knowingly desiring it, end up making this harmful decision, suffering the consequences later. This mechanism of sadomasochistic self-sabotage is the property of a negative ego.
Thus, the awareness provided by Aura Reading Therapy becomes a fundamental instrument to identify this pattern and break it.
Frequent self-sabotage mechanisms of the person with low self-esteem
The person with low self-esteem uses all sorts of internal justifications:
- It masks, euphesively, his constant self-criticism and personal dissatisfaction stating that it is a mechanism of self-improvement and constant improvement
- Characterizes his low self-esteem as being “humility”
- At work, it accepts more and more complex tasks than those for which it has capacity, justifying that the organization and colleagues need it and its additional effort (which is constant but often seen by itself as insufficient). Generally, the person justifies that it is only a passing phase of work overload in the organization and that it will soon end although these passing phases are usually quite frequent in the particular case of the person with low self-esteem. She usually argues, when confronted with her sick pace of work, to be defending the value of responsibility and professionalism to deny her psychological state, the need to help herself (or be helped) and thus perpetuate it.
Difference between low self-esteem and humility
There is no correlation between low self-esteem and true humility. It’s completely different things. The humble person does not place himself himself above anyone, does not seek to hold academic and/or professional titles (although he has them in some cases) and does not seek to stand out for his image, the way he or she dresses, what he has materially (house, car), family, friendships, affective relationships, social groups, lifestyle and social context.
The humble person may eventually possess all this as he may not possess. The high value it attributes to itself, intrinsically, as a conscious human being and faithful to its values as well as the high value it attributes to others without ever being higher or lower than yourown, makes the humble person not be influenced by all these external conditions as happens in the case of the person of low self-esteem who needs to maintain all this when he already has and who expects when he does not yet Has.
In this sense, the humble person is equitable and the value he intrinsically attributes to himself (and others) is more than enough to be able to dispense with all these things and continue with an inner feeling of prosperity and great value.