Dear Ladies and Gentlemen, dear friends,
Are you good enough?
I have known this feeling of not being good enough for my entire life now. It has probably been there for centuries.
And I do not know one person who cannot relate to this feeling.
As children we tend to burden ourselves with too much responsibility. When something is wrong, either with us or with our family, our number one conclusion is: we are not good enough. No matter if parents are drug addicts, alcoholics, medicine addicts, food addicts or mentally, emotionally or physically abusive, children always think it is their fault. If they were better, everything would be different.
On a purely intelligent level we all know that this is B.S. (no no, not what you think: belief system :) )
But as children we learn also that we can earn being good enough, if we are a good girl or a good boy, especially when we are doing what others expect us to do.
As teenagers we normally start to oppose in order to find our own way of being, because we realize that no matter what we do, we will never be able to measure up to the expectations of the people in our lives. We rebel against the fact that we are not good enough and repress the feeling.
But here and then, mostly when it is unexpected, or when we feel vulnerable, it tends to turn the corner to hit us again and again, like a little monster.
And this is exactly what happened to me the other day. Will it ever leave? I asked myself while I started to get really bored by the ‘I am not good enough’.
By contemplating I discovered a very interesting and easy process that I want to share with you.
Please read on:
For your health,
Praxis fuer Energie-Therapie
Energy Therapy Practice