Conversely, a person who has learned to create their own energy is free to give the excess to other people.
Here are some common signs that indicate insecurity: Insecure people tend to be very sensitive to critique and respond with defensiveness.
It’s a fictional adventure that tries to explain a few things about reality.
The basic gist of the book is that we are all connected by an energy.
If they disagree with the criticism, they don’t try to argue because they’re happy with who they are. They fill every void with meaningless chatter, almost to avoid having to reflect on themselves.
A selfish person attempts to find security by surrounding himself with possessions, accolades, and attention. An overly accommodating person attempts to gain the approval of other people by bending over backwards for them.
I read one of the most eloquent explanations of why people behave the way they do in a book called The Celestine Prophesy by James Redfield.
This level of self-doubt is extremely destructive to a person’s life and is often the root of almost all their problems.
More specifically, secure people find validation from within; while insecure people attempt to find validation from sources outside themselves.