What does it mean to see yourself as an individual?
Seeing yourself as an individual means, you are clear of who you are. You are clear of your purpose and your protocols. You are clear about your plans and about what you’re up to. Most importantly, you will speak the TRUTH of that all the time.
Many of us don’t allow others to know who we are. I traveled for a while now and put my strength into something more worthwhile in my charity work, meeting people of all kinds that are suffering in silence. Simply because they are not authentic about what they need, what they want, what they are doing, what they are expecting.
When you accept your individuality, you are authentic. It means YOU ARE INTEGRATED, and what you think, say, feel and do MATTERS!
Your journey to becoming you starts with understanding who you are at your core. This is about becoming more in tune with your deeper self, so you recognize what riles you up, what makes you happy or sad.
- I love me…
- I LOVE me…..
There are certain universal aspirations we’re all hoping to attain in our lifetime. We all want happiness, success, love, and prosperity. Most of us believe that if we could just do things a little better, improve ourselves a little more, we would become a better person capable of achieving our dreams.
Sounds good, right? Who doesn’t want to be a better person? The truth is, none of us is perfect and we never will be. But that doesn’t mean we should give up on self-improvement — we are all on a journey of becoming the person we want to be.
So the day you start to decide that when you are ready to believe in what you think and do. And on that day you will need to believe in yourself what you are capable of.
Acting on principles, in ways that you respect, is another important quality to foster as you develop a higher level of individuality. Make a concerted effort to maintain personal integrity in your life by insisting that your actions correspond to your words. When our actions do not match our words, we are more vulnerable to attacks from our critical inner voice and less likely to respect ourselves.
By challenging your critical inner voice and stop comparing yourself to others, you can begin to get a feeling for your own self-worth. By pursuing activities that are meaningful to you and acting in line with your own personal beliefs, you can develop your sense of yourself as a worthwhile person in the world even further.
Recognize that not everything in life is linear. Sometimes we have to go backward to go forward. Along the way, we have to learn to appreciate what we have, to have gratitude for all life has given us.
Remember to have some fun, and allow fun (and happiness) to be sprinkled throughout your day. Life should not be dreary, so don’t let it be. Surprise yourself and others. Remember to show kindness and compassion to those around you. Try to be a role model to others and behave the way you want others to see you and remember you.
Take one step at a time to discover your individuality. You have a lifetime to improve you 🙂