Overcoming Fear of Positive Transformation
Many people feel insecure when they hear of making changes. The thought of change has triggered the emotional mind of many over the years and these triggers have often hindered transformation and success.
Positive change is merely the ability to modify your ways in order to make improvements. You can use a variety of techniques in order to transform your personal characteristics. Transformation occurs by amending patterns, behaviors, habits and thinking.
The fear of change is often an illusionary state of mind. Many people fail to challenge their fears making it difficult to get through the day.
Making positive transformations is rewarding, since it builds self-esteem and strength of character. We can use visualizations to make constructive transformations.
Start with visualizing yourself. Focus on the negative and positive. Are you a negative thinker, or a positive thinker? If you are negative, then work harder at building your self-esteem and confidence. It will empower you to make personal transformations that lead you to success.
Positive change occurs by sticking with your plan while working to achieve your goals. For instance, if you intend to lose weight, then you must stick with an exercise routine and dietary guidelines. You must adjust to something new. When transforming behaviors, habits and thinking to productive patterns, it brings much greater rewards.
When you stay stuck in an unchanged pattern, it encumbers you from achieving success. Face fears directly to make productive changes and it will guide you to building self-esteem.
People with low self-esteem are often afraid to transform, which is clearly linked to the fear of accepting difference. Change, even when positive, can create discomfort because it is something different than what we’re used to. We must be open to accepting change by retraining the mind.
Self-analysis can help you make positive transformations while building self-esteem.
To make constructive changes and eventually transform, start by assessing the self. Self-analysis is the ability to evaluate the self. Often when one goes through this, they find issues they did not know existed. For instance, discovering being afraid to be alone. This is a common fear amongst many people, yet many do not realize that this fear is embedded in the subliminal and unconscious mind. By self-analyzing, one can discover his or her fears and work to eliminate the problem.
When one self-analyzes, often he or she can make positive transformations and build self-esteem by expressing his or her feelings and thoughts. This person can accordingly admit to his or her admissions while recognizing his or her qualities and the way that one behaves. Throughout the process, you actually become closer to yourself, which then builds self-esteem. By becoming closer to self, you can focus on personal achievements and gratitiude to build a stronger strength of character. You will find satisfaction within yourself by ding this often.
Self-analysis makes it possible to discover the feelings that make you feel uncomfortable, something often avoided for obvious reasons. By facing these issues and confronting and understanding your fears, you will often be better able to remove obstacles and roadblocks to your success.
By Dr. Robert Inesta DC L.Ac CFMP CCSP Westchester Sports & Wellness ViaVitae Health