This week, a super-short post about our culture’s addiction to coping with insecurity. Here goes:
While you've been conditioned to believe that insecurity is bad and confidence is good, when you try to rid yourself of insecurity, what you're actually doing is fighting the most valuable intuitive sign. Insecurity means that you’re looking outward for answers. You’re falling for the ego’s ploy of connecting well-being to the objects, techniques, status, rewards, and relationships of the material world.
In other words, if and when you feel insecure—you’re meant to.
Insecurity is a reminder to turn back toward Source. To turn toward the true Self. To not further seek in the material world, but to allow the feeling to come to you. Insecurity is a sign to turn inward.
Thank you for reading, Garret