When you have a strong feeling of being “never good enough”, it will typically come in 4 different forms:
The feeling that I am “never good enough” at some skill or ability, like making money, being “perfect” or something else I “should” be good at.
The feeling that my body is not good enough — I am not thin enough, strong enough, tall enough or pretty enough.
The feeling that I am somehow the “wrong kind” of person — it could be my gender, my race, my age or even my personality (too quiet, too pushy).
The feeling that “I will be loved only if I am _____.” This “_____” could be based on my outward success (competence), my body appearance (body), my willingness to “change who I am” (identity) or something else – where I feel I will get love, ONLY IF I meet some other condition – just being my own self is not enough.
Why You Have It
If you have some combination of these four, it is usually the result of an inner emotional wound that was suffered in childhood – through no fault of your own.
This self-critical inner voice is typically inherited from one’s parents, and it is transmitted unwittingly and without malice.
However, once the seeds of these wounds are planted, they will lead to feelings of low self-esteem, anxiety, and anger, all throughout one’s life.
This will also lead to hardship in one’s relationships – both romantic and professional.
How to Heal It
The key to truly healing this wound is not to fight the harsh inner voice, or to forcibly numb it with alcohol, food, or overachievement, but instead to try and rescue it – this forceful inner voice is actually an integral part of you – a part of your deep inner self, which has been cut off from you, and it is wounded and in pain.
It’s not trying to hurt you – it actually needs your help.
This is the true meaning of “recovery” – that you must recover this exiled part of you, so that you may become truly whole and healed.
Here at Preside Meditation, we teach a very specific, powerful method for helping people recover this “lost self”, quickly and gently.
Tap “Learn More” below to hear a version of the method that can take as little as 7 days to complete, and is 100% online and private – you can even hear it from your phone right now.
I guarantee that by the end of my 6-minute audio briefing, you will already feel better, and will have a clear path for how to fully heal this wound in your own life, once and for all.
founder, preside meditation