In a world where we often look outward for support, guidance, and validation, Self-reliance is a beacon of strength and empowerment. Cultivating an inner support system is not about isolating yourself but developing a robust foundation of self-sufficiency and confidence that enhances our ability to navigate life's ups and downs.
Self-support is the ability to depend on your capabilities, judgment, and resources. It's about trusting your instincts and believing in your capacity to handle challenges. This doesn't mean you never seek help or advice; instead, it's about not overly relying on others for your happiness and decision-making.
We do not realize that we have the potential to be able to give the emotional experiences we are looking for from the world outside us. We can be our companions. We can be our own sounding board. We can be our greatest lover and advisor. We can be our appreciators, entertainers, and comforters. If you start gifting yourself the experiences you seek from the people around you, you will find less and less need for support from people around you.
Benefits of Being Self-Reliant
Being self-reliant offers numerous benefits. It fosters a sense of independence, boosts confidence, and cultivates resilience. Believing in your abilities makes you more likely to take calculated risks, pursue your goals, and recover from setbacks. You stop investing in unhealthy and troublesome relationships with the desperate hope of getting support from them in the future.
Building Your Inner Support System
Set Personal Goals: Start with setting small, achievable goals. Achieving these will build your confidence and reinforce your belief in your abilities to support yourself.
Embrace Learning: Every new skill or knowledge you acquire makes you more capable and less dependent on others.
Practice Self-Care: Prioritizing your well-being is crucial. It's hard to rely on yourself if you're burnt out or neglecting your health.
Meditate: Meditation helps you better understand your thoughts and emotions, leading to wiser decisions and actions.
Develop Problem-Solving Skills: Instead of immediately turning to others, try to find solutions to challenges yourself. This strengthens your problem-solving muscles.
Embrace Failure as a Lesson: View failures as opportunities to learn and grow, not as reasons to doubt your abilities.
While self-reliance is vital, and so is knowing when to seek help. There's strength in admitting when a situation is beyond your skills or knowledge.
A new trail
Cultivating self-reliance is a continuous journey requiring patience, perseverance, and self-compassion. As you build your inner support system, you'll discover a more resilient, confident, and independent version of yourself, ready to face life's challenges head-on.
Do not go where the path may lead, go instead where there is no path and leave a trail.
~ Ralph Waldo Emerson
Guidance for Members
All Members can seek chat support in discovering and effectively addressing their emotional blocks toward self-reliance. Click on the chat icon at the bottom right and initiate the chat. New Members can avail of a free session with our senior mentors.
Classic and Premium Members can take the help of the App and find suitable answers to the following questions: What is blocking you from self-support? In which aspect do you need to support yourself? How can you do so in the best possible way? Please share your answers in a comment section if it is not too personal. Maybe we can guide you further. Rely on your Self-Support System to find the healing solutions.
Premium Members can speak and work on their blocks in the Open House under the supervision of mentors.
Guidance for Alumni
Spiritual Solution Level 1 Students: Dissociate the support-less feeling with personal growth. You do not have to feel support-less to kick start or speed up your growth journey. Works with the Right Redikall Statements and feels the difference.
Spiritual Solution Level 2 Students: Refer to the multi-chakra guidance to identify and change some of the self-inhibitory belief systems related to the support system.
Spiritual Solution Level 3 Students: Address your inner children who felt unsupported and heal them. Also, visualize the future progression with the possibility of supporting yourself effectively.
Spiritual Solution Level 4 Students: Look for the possibility of nurturing your relationship with interdependency with full awareness of your ability to support yourself.
Spiritual Solution Level 5 Students: Look for your beliefs leading to the need for financial support and address underlying reasons to liberate Money frequency from the need for support.
Spiritual Solution Level 6 Students: Observe your support system-related life drama, if any, with neutrality.
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