Level 1- When self-comparison is discouraging and destructive
This is simply when we feel bad about ourselves when comparing ourselves to others. This is when comparison meets negative emotions.
Level 2- Self-comparison meets with neutrality and acceptance
Your feelings are neutral. Not good nor bad emotions are connected with the process of comparing. You are excepting who you are and excepting who they are.
Level 3- Self-comparison is encouraging
This is when you feel inspired and motivated when comparing. This is where positive energy comes in. You are motivated/inspired to be more like them, maybe have what they have.
- Awareness is key. Become aware when you are comparing yourself to someone and become aware of what level you are doing it.
- Compare yourself to your past self and not others. Improve yourself, become a better version of you than you were yesterday
- Count your blessings. Be grateful.
- Be motivated not competitive/jealous. Change your mindset and emotions to see it differently.
- Don’t speak negatively about others.
- If you compare yourself to any type of picture on social media, in a negative way, let social media go for a while and reinvent yourself. Or turn that negative comparison into positive comparison, aka, motivation.
- Positive affirmations. Meditation. Journal. Read.
- Purpose. Hobbies. Passion.
Thank you so much for reading. Much love. Namaste.🤗💞
Please check out his amazing post and his blog, I’m so glad I found this before publishing:
Never Compare Yourself — M. Zeeshan Horani
A Lion and a shark were arguing and comparing themselves which each other. Lion said that it can hunt animals on the ground while the Shark claiming to be hunting in the deep sea. Both were calling each other useless. Actually, in my opinion, this argument was total baseless and waste of time. We cannot […]NEVER COMPARE YOURSELF — M. ZEESHAN HORANI