Using inner power to shape your life the way you want is one of the building blocks of working with the MultiLaws. The laws by which you can influence the quantum field, the world around you, so that you can live your best life.
But what is inner strength and how do you use it? In this blog, I take a closer look at it.
What is inner strength?
What constitutes inner strength is difficult for many people to determine. Researchers asked women and men aged 85+ what inner strength is now, and there were some similarities in their answers, namely:
- The feeling that you can do things.
- Trust in other people.
- Looking at the positive side of life without ignoring the dark side.
- Feeling relaxed yet active.
- Being the same and yet growing in a new look.
- Living in the now, but being connected to the past and the future.
In a study in which women could indicate what inner strength was, it emerged that they could then be themselves, be quiet, mentally understand things, apply introspection, establish relationships, use their vulnerability and humor.
These are very interesting observations about what inner strength is. Indeed, feeling good and even using humor to ensure that you can mentally master difficult situations allows you to move forward with your life.
This allows you to do your thing with more energy, and at a higher frequency, and relate to the rest of the world, the quantum field. That you can be yourself, but because you are growing it is different than before. Perhaps this is because inner strength allows you to truly be yourself.
This also shows the influence of quantum psychology. That your reality depends on how you look at the world and how you can relate to other people.
Finding strength within yourself
So the interesting thing is that finding strength within yourself is primarily a mental rather than a physical thing. You can even argue that it is spiritual and that it has everything to do with self-development and your view of the world.
Humor, for example, can make a bad situation more bearable. Your view of the problem becomes lighter, so to speak, leaving you more open to new solutions.
Developing your inner strength can be done by learning more so that you are more confident. Through introspection, self-reflection, you can determine what you are good at and what you can improve about yourself to gain more inner strength.
Feeling good also creates more inner strength. This is related to being relaxed yet active. Living in the now, but knowing where you came from and where you are going.
Having a clear picture of your final destination can give you more energy than just doing anything. When something goes wrong, you know what you’re doing it for and that makes it easier to use your inner strength than if you live haphazardly.
Your thoughts, that is your inner strength and in addition, that gives you energy to take the tangible things in your life and change them.
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