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Self-image

We often construct a picture of ourselves by other people’s opinions or inherit our self-image from our ancestors. This exercise will be especially beneficial if you have profound problems with your appearance, mental capacity, or personality type. It will help you see and appreciate the real you better. In other cases, it will boost your self-esteem.

Read the examples:

1. I think I’m ugly.

2. I’m actually beautiful.

3. As a result, I always feel bad, hide, and behave strangely in a company.

4. The price paid by others for this: I keep myself away from them, I don’t open up, I deprive them of my smile/knowledge/opinion/light.


1. I don’t think I have any money.

2. I actually have money.

3. As a result, I feel small, worthless, unimportant.

4. The price paid by others for this: I deprive them of what they could get from me (love, knowledge, company, humour, etc.)


Finish the sentences in your notebook:

1. I think. . . .

 2. In fact. . . .

 3. As a result. . .

 4. The price paid by others for this:. . .


 1. I think. . . .

 2. In fact. . . .

 3. As a result. . .

 4. The price paid by others for this:. . .


 Write at least three more issues in your notebook.


Read Power vs. Force by David Hawkins.
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