Confidence and Self Esteem
- Do you have a poor self-image?
- Do you often avoid social situations?
- Do you mumble while communicating?
- Do you believe you are not good enough?
- Do you feel difficult to accept compliments?
- Do you have low self-esteem or a lack
- Are you coping with limiting
beliefs from childhood Traumas?
Boost self-esteem and self-confidence so you can reach your goal and achieve your dreams simply because you BELIEVE you can!
What are confidence and self- esteem?
Self-esteem is the individual’s self-perception of their true or perceived self-worth, related to physical characteristics that a person considers attractive or appropriate for them. It also includes personal beliefs about oneself, including positive feelings, thoughts, and beliefs about one’s values.
Self-confidence is an individual’s belief that they are the greatest thing that has ever happened in the universe. While self-esteem can be based on a person’s feelings of self-worth.
Healthy self-esteem consists of accepting who and what you are. It also involves having a strong sense of identity and having a sense of worth. People with healthy self-esteem feel confident and are capable of achieving their goals and expectations. They have a positive attitude and believe that they are good enough and deserve to be proud of themselves. They know that they are valuable and worthy and can accomplish many things in life.
Lack of Confidence symptoms can include, but are not limited to the following:
- Thinking other people are better than you (negative self-perception)
- Feeling depressed, sad, ashamed, anxious, or angry
- Focusing on your negatives and ignoring your achievements
- Saying negative things and being critical about yourself
- Saying sorry and/or feeling guilty for everyday actions
- Difficulty making your own choices.
- Not having the courage to standing up for yourself and others
What causes low self-confidence?
How we feel about ourselves is often influenced by our past experiences, both positive and negative. The things we experience in our everyday lives and how we and those around us react to those events can significantly impact how we view ourselves and our world.
How we see ourselves may be influenced by friends, family, colleagues, peers, or even the media. Big, memorable events such as a traumatic experience can have a significant impact and can cause our sense of belief in ourselves to lower, leading to lower confidence.
Confidence is not they will like me; confidence is “I will be fine if they don’t.”
Hypnotherapy helps you let go of what doesn’t serve you. To cultivate a new positive thinking pattern, you must release the old, negative one. Hypnosis can help you recognize and release limiting beliefs about yourself, increasing your self-confidence
Hypnosis can change your beliefs about yourself. Hypnosis takes affirmations one step further by offering them to you when you’re in a highly suggestive state. This makes it much easier for these beneficial self-beliefs to burrow into your subconscious mind and influence your behavior. And they keep working long after the hypnosis session ends.
Hypnosis helps you face your fears. When certain situations or challenges trigger deep-seated fears, we tend to avoid them. And that can negatively impact self-esteem. Hypnosis helps get to the root of those fears and release them
At MindElation we also address negative thought patterns and destructive or unhelpful self-talk issues using cutting edge therapies such as CBT and REBT.