Self-trust is your first natural state.
Self-doubt is alien to your actual nature.
Self-doubt was placed there through the self-doubt of others, of whom received it from the self-doubt in another.
Self-doubt is essential to losing one’s sense of boundary, sovereignty, and care.
Without it, a person would be naturally clear, direct, and established.
Imagine what that would do to the predatory cultures we live in.
You see, it is only through self-doubt that you are made to believe that “something is missing”.
In reality, nothing is.
But to know that – really, really know that in your bones and body – you’ve got to come back to experiencing the raw and real actuality of your self-trust.
You can do that right now through this question:
What shifts when you trust, just a bit more, that your experience, your emotions, your awareness is equally as real and valid as everyone else’s?
What do you, and who do you, discover there?