Harmony enriches life

To live in harmony with your self can be a challenging notion to grasp.

The idea that you have to know and understand you from all aspects may seem daunting to people suffering from self-worth issues.

As difficult and overwhelming as it may sound you have the potential to live in harmony with yourself.

Using this exercise in your wellness routine can actually assist in enhancing your quality of life.

Let’s consider how.

What does it mean to live in harmony with self?

What is the first thing you notice when you listen to an orchestra playing?

Apart from the amazing sounds of the instruments, it’s the fact that every instrument is played in harmony with each other.

It’s as though all the instruments become one as they are all played from one unified position.

Choosing to live in harmony with yourself means you have made a decision to embrace all elements of your character.

This allows these elements to work together to produce a lovely and distinctive individual.

Even though it sounds simple to live in harmony with yourself, it comes with its fair share of difficulties.

For starters, people with low self-worth may not value every aspect of their personality.

It’s possible that they may allow certain aspects of their personality to bring them down; thus creating an imbalance within their minds.

To embrace all elements of your character and start living in harmony with yourself, you must be prepared and willing to put in the effort.

Let’s consider a few actions that you can take to facilitate this transition.

1. Learn how to make your shortcomings work for you

We all have shortcomings. There’s no doubt about it.

Rather than focus on your shortcomings, take time to discover the positive aspects of them.

You may find it difficult, for instance, to communicate efficiently with others.

Instead of wallowing about being unable to speak to others effectively, find creative methods to express yourself in other ways.

Some people discover enjoyment and fulfilment in writing painting or sketching.

This offers them an outlet for expression without feeling judged or embarrassed.

Take time to discover the positive aspects of your shortcomings

2. Practice acceptance and gratitude

Of course, there may be some shortcomings that may take a little more time and effort to work out.

This is where practising acceptance comes into play.

If you are frustrated with your so-called awkwardness or failure to build new friendships, it may be time to change your focus and embrace the person you are.

You must remember that on this planet there are billions of individuals.

Imagine if everyone had the same personality, how boring do you think that would be?

So, know that your uniqueness is contributing to the diversity displayed here.

Find something in your shortcomings to be thankful for. If you believe you’re not social enough, you may discover a reason to be proud of that feature.

This will assist you in improving and strengthening your personal-esteem without feeling the need to compare yourself with others.

3. Improve what can be changed

If you’re aware of something about yourself you could change, make an attempt to do just that.

This will lead to a fully balanced and harmonious experience.

We must all work towards personal-improvement and enrichment.

Keep in mind that it is impossible to reach inner harmony and congruence without putting in the effort.

For this reason, you are to do whatever you need to in order to accomplish your objectives.

This would certainly contradict your harmonious effort directly.

Although it may be difficult to accept all areas of you, the effort is well worth it.

You’re going to start noticing a major change in how you see and talk about yourself.

Simple activities, such as speaking to individuals or meeting deadlines at work, may begin to seem effortless.

You will soon reap the many benefits of living harmoniously with yourself by putting these tips and tricks into practice.

About Mark Csabai

Mark Csabai is a certified NLP practitioner and Mindset coach. He works with clients locally and internationally. With over twenty years of experience helping people break free from negative thinking and self-sabotaging behaviour. Mark is able to facilitate deep inner changes that will ultimately sky-rocket you to the next level of your life.He will help you formulate the desired outcome for the process of change to move you from where you are to where you want to be.