Once in a while we do hear ‘believe in yourself’, but from where does this belief come from? Belief is a set of things that we accept; maybe consciously or unconsciously. This ‘belief’ arises due to a stimuli which then invokes our feeling and emotion to form a behaviour.
Our belief gives rise to imagination. We often imagine things that we long for. But the fact is; we misuse this imagination and create bad unwanted scenarios in our mind. These things pull us down from becoming who we are and who we want to be. We have to try to take it in a positive direction.
It is easy to imagine yourself as successful as it to imagine failure. There is a win win situation. How? Well, when we imagine ourselves successful, we give ourselves the unbound power to do and get things in the way we want it to be.
On the other hand, when we are able to imagine failure, we can be better prepared; think of almost all the worst outcomes and plan strategically. This planning can happen only when we can look beyond the fear of failure. The concept ‘believe in yourself’ makes you to realise your true worth and let’s you to overcome your fears.
The problem is not the fear, but the hype of that fear. It is mostly because you surrender yourself to negative self-talk. Just imagine yourself as a magnifying glass. Believe that the sun-kissed rays are falling on you i.e. magnifying glass.
The only thing you need to do is concentrate. Concentrate on thing that are good and burn out all the negative ones by your reflection. This inner power will give the strength and direction to believe. Lastly be faithful to the end. You want results, you will get it.
Things to takeaway:
1. Clear your mind. Be still like water.
2. Imagine the reality that you want to wish.
3. Respond because actions confirms reaction.