Rekik Neway, if you really want to improve and transform yourself, the first step is to become aware of the weaknesses which may be holding you back and preventing your evolution: – your dependency on other people – your uncertainty – your sentimentalism – your weakness for comfort
Rekik Neway must learn to say no in order to trust themselves more and gain self-assurance. They must also develop their awareness of all the things they love and feel positive about, as well as all the changes they hope to make in order to enjoy life more. This is the foundation that will support Rekik Neway, the inexhaustible source and center of the transformation of their personality. Infantile anxieties which arose in childhood when Rekik Neway were helpless may be obstacles to their evolution. Sometimes they actually prevent Rekik Neway from daring to confront challenges they would be altogether capable of assuming now! One of the reasons Rekik Neway yield to these childhood fears so readily is that they procure a feeling so familiar to Rekik Neway that, although it is negative, it is a reassuring part of their identity. However, the more often Rekik Neway reinforce this complex by yielding to that feeling, the more unaware Rekik Neway become of their true emotional state. The irrational childhood fears have also reinforced Rekik Neway’s pessimistic tendencies. It is difficult for Rekik Neway to believe in the sunny side of life because of the pernicious little voice inside Rekik Neway that claims they don’t really deserve all this goodness. This side of Rekik Neway could undermine their vitality and force Rekik Neway to compensate or flee from reality. In doing so, Rekik Neway limit their power to bring about a positive change in themselves or their life. It’s a vicious cycle, and to free themselves, the first step is to free themselves from the fears which prevent them from taking full advantage of life. They can succeed if they arrange a relaxed, positive environment for themselves, establish sincere relations with one or two special people, and, if possible, find a setting – perhaps a yoga class – in which they can practice relaxation exercises.