Increase your Self-Worth NOW – 3 Simple Tips

by Solvita Bennett on July 28, 2013

How to INCREASE your Self-Worth Right NOW…

How to INCRESE your Self-Worth NOW

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Dear Friend,

… We all know how important self-worth is. You don’t have to be a scientist to realize that the way you perceive yourself, the world will perceive you. Success goes hand in hand with ones healthy self-worth. I say healthy, as there can be a fine line where self-worth becomes one of the attributes of an ego driven personality. Where healthy self worth turns into ever attention seeking and demanding ‘unhealthy’ narcissism or self-centeredness. This is not a way to success and can be a pitfall to someone, who is unaware.

… However today I am not going to talk about increasing your ego, but rather the sense of the self-worth of your real being (real YOU). Which is stable, nurturing, kind and loving.

To understand the traps of ego domination, I’ll give you some insights. Ego loves to be in a centre of attention, feel important and be in charge of others or in other words manipulative. Yet it appears powerful, but it is not. When you follow celebrities, you can clearly see how often their self –worth turns into their fall as to maintain ever-increasing demands of ego is hard. To achieve success and then be a slave to it requires a lot of energy.

Success can become unhealthy and when ego takes over they turn to drugs, self-pity and other degrading activities. The unhealthy self-worth (or toxic pride) of ego is something that is not going to last or make someone happy. Ego is of an animal nature, based on emotions and is to quick to turn and so sense of stability is something that ego can’t ever give you.

Not only ego can give you false sense of increased self-worth, but also unhealthy low self-worth. Unhealthy low self-worth (or feeling of unworthiness) is also harmful, not only to you, but other people around you.

The true source of success, health and happiness comes from the higher Self and not from the ego. Your higher or spiritual Self is your real you and so never settle for less. Once you will see this, it will literally transform the way you look at life, people and most importantly you.

The perception of yourself is the key to increase your self-worth. The more connection you can find with your higher Self, the more self-worth you will establish. Once you know that you are an eternal being and not just an appearance in this temporary temple, which is called body, you will find your way to deep appreciation of everything that you are and at the same deep compassion towards all of your shortcomings too. You are worthy and have always been beyond understanding of your mind and this is something that you have to uncover every single day bit by bit. Every one including you plays a crucial part for the world to succeed. Everything gets noted in the universe, your successes and errors you make on the way. We all learn and today we are learning more about self-worth.

3 Simple Tips to increase your self-worth…

#1 Stop that ‘negative thinking’

The feeling of self-doubt can overtake you unexpectedly. Somebody may say something, or some unforeseen events happen. Ego likes to make you believe that your thoughts are YOU or in other words what you think that you are. However this is not true. We pick up thoughts in a form of energy and in the way we are being; we have access to thought from the energy field to which we belong.

So when you feel some thoughts of negative nature try to enter your mind, don’t let them in. I know this may be hard to do, as it requires a high degree of awareness, but at the start even when they enter into your mind, let them go past you without any attachment or involvement and don’t claim them as your own. Refer to them as the thoughts that have nothing to do with you. View them as just data passing through your mind and don’t get any desire to entertain them.

Ego loves suffering and loves thinking. Thinking is what it thrives on, especially negative thinking. The more drama it can create, the more entertaining it is and so it gets a lot of pleasure out of being a victim, being unworthy, being ‘poor me’, being ‘look how bad all is, nobody likes me, nobody wants me’ and so on and on. ;)

Catch this tendency early enough and be honest, did you ask for these thoughts in the first place? You didn't, I’m sure; they just entered your mind. If you didn't ask for them, don’t claim them as yours. Be strong and train yourself. Brain is made for thinking, yet you are more than just a brain, you are master of YOU.

#2 Connect with your Higher Self

Through gaining knowledge about your Higher (spiritual) Self, you will be able to develop a close and strong connection. Higher Self is connected to the Higher Divine Power (or you may call God). This Higher Power makes you worthy no matter what. It is the real source of your life.

The easiest way to get to it is through some simple ways of being with yourself and others. Like for example the feeling of appreciation is incredibly powerful. Some people have a lot of misunderstanding about the feeling of unconditional love, as many mix it up with personal love (attachment, owning or controlling) and it is not the same.

Unconditional love toward yourself and all life is an ultimate shortcut to connection with the Higher Power.

#3 Use practical and simple methods

There are many practical methods you can use to develop the sense of self-worth. It depends on the situation; so many times people become very passive when they hit the feeling of self-doubt. Simple things like daily exercises changes the chemistry of your mind and body, uplifts you and so makes you feel worthy right away. Never underestimate the simple and practical approaches to healthy body and mind. Healthy body is healthy mind and healthy mind is obedient to your amazing real (higher Self). With support of your strong body, mind and your ‘spiritual will’ you become unstoppable and very powerful indeed.

Self-worth becomes your second nature it is healthy and uplifts others too. An amazing tool for connecting to your spiritual Self is meditation. It can be challenging to start with, as so often people can’t master the mind or themselves. It is a true training for your mind, increases your self-worth, intelligence, and changes the chemistry of the brain. At the beginning I felt frustrated, however I was so desperate to succeed, that I didn't give up. Once mastered, now I’m looking forward to it every day. It is truly amazing experience.

Self-worth is something that is natural and given to you as a gift. Treasure, nurture and appreciate it. Be kind and forgiving not only to others, but also yourself. Through love, kindness, gratitude and forgiveness self-worth presents itself with such a grace, elegance and ease every single time. Find and use positive affirmations; use anything that helps you every time self-doubt sets in.

Lift up your mood and surrender to the Higher Power ALL that you seem to lose power over every single time. Go ahead and use the tips, you will be amazed of your great newly found self-worth, my friend.

Let’s do this together.

Now is your turn, please share your insights, wisdom, concerns or stories in the comment section below. I’d love to hear from you. :)

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  Solvita Bennett is sharing her wisdom with people from different backgrounds to find their Inner Peace and Happiness. With more than 20 years of study and practice of Personal Growth coupled with more than 10 years experience in professional teaching gives her the ability to share her ‘Secrets to Inner Peace’ in a Simple, Easy and Practical way.

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Anne Allen July 29, 2013

Solvita – what a great read. Thanks for this refreshing post. :)

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Solvita Bennett August 4, 2013

Hi Anne, so wonderful you stopped by! Thank you for the comment! :)

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Alexandra McAllister July 30, 2013

Such a beautiful and inspiring post, Solvita. Thank you for sharing. I especially like: " #2 Connect with your Higher Self."  Awesome! :)

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Solvita Bennett August 4, 2013

Awesome to see you ~ Alexandra! See you back soon again and appreciate your comment very much!

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tomholmberg378799134 July 30, 2013

Loved your advice for increasing self-worth. I know many people who need this advice

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Solvita Bennett August 4, 2013

Thank you so much, Tom! Very kind of you.

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Kathy Robinson July 30, 2013

Personal growth work is something I love. I've learned so much over the past few years. However I still struggle with unconditional love towards myself. Vestiges of my unhappy childhood still cling. I believe we cannot grow until we explore within. For me this is a continuous journey, one that I'm enjoying. :)

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Solvita Bennett August 4, 2013

For me too, Kathy. It is unlimited journey… ;)

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Oluwaseun Babajide July 30, 2013

Wonderful tips!
-Seun

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Solvita Bennett August 4, 2013

:) thank you!

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Moira Hutchison July 30, 2013

Thanks for a really lovely post Solvita – I believe that all three of your steps are connected and blend beautifully to result in improved and increased self-worth.

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Solvita Bennett August 4, 2013

Dear Moira, thank you a lot for your kind words.

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Sharon O'Day July 31, 2013

Imagine if parents instilled a sense of self worth in all of us from the outset, Solvita.  There would be so much less need for repair work!  But thank you for providing such a beautifully written post with such pin-pointed action steps.

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Solvita Bennett August 4, 2013

Often parents are nothing to do with our potential, Sharon. As you say, the influence is huge though. In my situation, I was blessed with a very unfortunate childhood. If everything would be perfect, I'd be nothing close to what or who I am now. … So wonderful to see you dear friend. Thanks a lot for stopping by and leaving a comment, I really appreciate it.

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MamaRed August 1, 2013

What a wonderful article Solvita and right on point. As someone who grew up with the admonition to "be humble" I've been learning how my low self worth was the opposite of honoring the true me, the Spirit in me. Providing the action steps, especially that of connecting with our Higher Self, is such a great service to all of us on the journey to find that balance, claim who we are and be in service in our own unique way.

Laugh Lots, Love More!

MamaRed

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Solvita Bennett August 4, 2013

Absolutely MamaRed! … when we are in our own unique way, we are sharing our unique gifts to the world. Everybody benefits! Thank you! :)

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Norma Doiron@Explode Your BIZ Online August 3, 2013

Lift up your mood and surrender to the Higher Power… I love this. It's what I do when I get overwhelmed and it works every time. God is soooooo good to me. <3

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Solvita Bennett August 4, 2013

God is there for everybody, who is willing to surrender. Thank you so much Norma, so great to see you here! :)

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Carolyn Hughes August 3, 2013

A positive self-worth is something that I have had to work on for a long time, but it is only through having self-belief and valuing yourself that you can truly achieve your potential. I love your suggestion to surrender to your higher power all that you loose power over. It's when I forget to do that, that I end up making a mess of things!

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Solvita Bennett August 4, 2013

Thank you Carolyn! So true, when we start control… or more precisely our ego steps in and takes over, nothing great can happen…. and we end up with making a mess of things, as you say my friend! ;)

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Pat Moon August 5, 2013

God is so amazing! It is through His love, kindness, gratitude and forgiveness that self-worth presents itself with such a grace, elegance and ease every single time. Thank you for a wonderful article on self-worth.
 

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Solvita Bennett August 11, 2013

Dear Pat, yes it is indeed! :) Thank you so much for stopping by and appreciate your beautiful comment!

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Lorii Abela August 6, 2013

Very engaging topic! Increasing your self worth is another factor to greater achievements in life. Surrendering to the Higher Power brings peace indeed, isn't it?

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Solvita Bennett August 11, 2013

Absolutely Lorii! So wonderul to see you here. Thanks a lot!

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Robin Strohmaier August 12, 2013

Another very inspiring post, Solvita! The point that resonates with me is "Stop that 'negative thinking'." I am with Carolyn, a positive self-worth is something that I have had to work on for a long time, too. Thank you for your uplifting words!

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Solvita Bennett August 17, 2013

Thank you Robin! It is wonderful to see you stop by! :)

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Daniele Holmberg August 12, 2013

Stopping negative thinking is such a simple, yet important thing to do:)  Thanks for the post. Self worth is so very important.

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Solvita Bennett August 17, 2013

Absolutely, Daniele! Thank you!

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Ian September 28, 2013

Hi, this is the stuff i've been looking for! A few home truths here and i'm sure it will bruise my EGO! ;-) but I am struggling to find the meditation for beginners on the site! Thanks with love….IAN

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Solvita Bennett October 5, 2013

Hi Ian, thanks a lot for stopping by! The meditation for beginners is in the free report, you can pick it up any time. With love, Solvita

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