Ways to cope up with insecurity and uncertainty.

  1. Uncertainty is the norm of life. No one can tell what is going to happen the next moment. However, this moment is certain. Live life full on and do not postpone your enjoyment and fulfillment to tomorrow.
  2. No legality, documentation, social arrangement can make you feel secure if you have a tendency to feel insecure. Discover the security within by relying on your inner strength and capabilities
  3. Do not wait for better times, better moments and better arrangements. Do not wait for people to give you certainty. Ask yourself what you could do to be secure and safe in the moment. When you will be able to gift yourself a sense of security and assurance, you will not need others to take advantage of your uncertainty and insecurity
  4. If you have been taken care of so far, why would you not be taken care of, in the future as well? If you choose to feel secure and safe, no one in the world can intimidate you. If you choose to remain insecure, even a mosquito can threaten you with illness beyond cure.
  5. If you have been given challenges, you have been given solutions to handle them as well. Rediscover your capability to manage yourself independently.
  6. Count your blessings and be grateful. Thinking of adversities will energize adversities. Focusing on blessings will create a blessed life.
  7. Enhance your awareness. Insecurity is due to limited awareness. There is always a larger plan in place with consciousness expansion. When you understand the larger plan and grasp the entire picture, you will be able to have an overview of life through objective observation.



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Aatmn Parmar

Aatmn Parmar

International speaker, Author, Intuitive channel, the founder of Redikall Healing System, Homoeopath, hypnotherapist, Mind and Metaphysics expert.