Self-Esteem

The way we treat others affects our own self-esteem because our subconscious mind understands the truth that we’re all one. When we verbally or even mentally criticize someone, it registers the judgments as if they were about ourselves. Our self-esteem has a...

Judgments Are Clues

It may be ironic, but the behavior we don’t like in others often reflects our own. It’s far easier to dislike in others, the behavior we don’t like in ourselves. It’s difficult to objectively see faults in ourselves because our egos are...

Judgments Are Reflections

What we wish and envision for others eventually becomes our own reality. Our thoughts and words about them always affect us first because our subconscious mind makes no distinction between us and them. Harsh judgments lower our self-esteem because, when we judge them,...

Condemnation Is a Clue

The better we feel about ourselves, the less likely we are to talk about others’ inadequacies. We still recognize our preferences, but we don’t waste time cataloguing the ways others don’t measure up. Catching ourselves in such behavior is a perfect...

Real Love

There’s one kind of love that makes all other types of love possible: Self-love. Until we love ourselves we can’t truly love others. In fact, most of our problems with others stem from issues we have with ourselves because we project our fears,...

The Amazing Present

The circumstances of each moment are always neutral until we assign meaning to them. We decide whether something meets our expectations, conforms to our sense of reality, whether it foretells good or is an ominous signal of a troubled future. It’s difficult for...