Meditation to overcome inferiority

Begin by finding a quiet and comfortable place to sit or lie down where you won’t be disturbed. Then, take a few deep breaths, inhaling through your nose and exhaling through your mouth, and allow yourself to relax more deeply with each breath.

As you feel more relaxed, imagine yourself standing in front of a large mirror. Notice your posture and the expression on your face. Allow yourself to observe any feelings of inferiority that arise, but do not judge them or try to push them away.

Imagine a bright light shining down on you, filling you with warmth and energy. Feel this light lifting you and filling you with confidence and self-assurance. As this light grows stronger, notice how your posture changes, your face relaxes, and your feelings of inferiority fade.

As you continue to bask in the warm glow of this light, repeat the following affirmations to yourself:

“I am worthy and deserving of love and respect.” “I am confident and capable in all areas of my life.” “I release all these negative feelings of inferiority and embrace my unique strengths and talents.”

Allow these affirmations to sink deeply into your subconscious mind as you visualize yourself bathed in the warm, healing light. As you do this, you may notice a sense of lightness and ease in your body and mind as old patterns of self-doubt and insecurity dissolve away.

When you feel ready, take a few more deep breaths and slowly open your eyes. Take a moment to reflect on how you think and feel.

Know that you can return to this visualization and affirmation practice whenever you need to boost your confidence and overcome feelings of inferiority.

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DR. Rony Kusnadi, Ph.D., LCPC

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