Brother Panic Goes In On How We Need To Accept To Ourselves And Trust In Our Own Power
I know I personally had to learn this the hard way. For along time I held my own self back because of my low self-esteem. I bought into what other people thought of me. My reality and sense of self was based of the perceptions of other people or what I believed to be “normal”.
Once I started accepting myself for who I was, and began to embrace what I thought were flaws, things really started changing for me. I realized that I didn’t really have flaws unless I decided that they were flaws. I realized that ‘I am that I am’. I started re-accessing myself without using the titles and definitions the world provides. I made my own titles and definitions that fit me and my own soul.
Gaining a knowledge of self helped me find a strong foundation to stand on that was firm and unbreakable. That strong foundation was within me the whole time. I just didn’t notice it because I was too busy feeling sorry myself to look in the mirror and see the divine glory of….me.
All of the books I read and things I study just seem to bring out the light that was already there, in a weird way they make me remember what I’m already suppose to know.
Now I know who I am, what I am and what I can do. Now there’s nothing I’m afraid of, there’s nothing I can’t do, because the universe is mental and the mind is all.
Cover Art: Mart Biemans