Being bullied or being the bully: both are acting from the same core belief which is rife in humanity. That core belief can cause us to self-destruct through our inner and outer conflict.
We attract like-minded people. As adults* we are bullied when we feel down about ourselves; when we believe we are ‘less than’ others. We believe we are ‘not good enough’ as we are. We attract bullying with our lowly body language and negative emotional frequencies that reverberate out to others.
The bullies also believe they are 'not good enough'. Their ego’s strategy is the other side of the coin. They feel more powerful by bullying, and by putting out a grandiose attitude. Sub-consciously it compensates for their deep hurt and anger for 'not being good enough’.
We each have to bring our own selves out of the mire and drop old programming. That programming is usually sourced in childhood, which has dealt us this false belief that we are not good enough, and that we are not worthy.
We have to know that simply by existing here, we are already ‘good enough’ and worthy of a good life, no matter all our mistakes. And we are good enough to grow into more of our true potential!
Practice loving yourself. Tenaciously practice telling yourself in the mirror each day “I Am Good Enough, I Am Worthy”. Write it on your hand, post it on your fridge, put it on your phone. Practice this with focus and determination, and your true self-love will grow. You will notice your body language changing. You will notice your life changing. You will notice you no longer attract bullies. They will intuit they can no longer bring you down. You may even feel compassion for them.
You will be walking into your own authentic power which simply ‘is’. This power is neither grandiose or humble. You will feel more whole, centered and confident. You will feel more deeply connected to yourself and perhaps, feel connected to a power that is bigger than each of us as individuals. This is our true power. Welcome to your new life.
*I say “as adults” above, because as innocent young children, being bullied or accepting the mind-set of a care-giver most likely sowed the seeds for our first beliefs that we are not good enough, or not worthy. Let those beliefs go with compassion for those that sowed them! Those beliefs are not who you truly are and you don’t need them.