In these difficult times the issue of vulnerability needs to be addressed directly, because so many people feel powerless and anxious, and the social trends that undermine personal power only seem to grow stronger. It’s crucial to find a way to secure in your day-to-day life.
Let’s clarify what being secure isn’t. It isn’t achieving a confident self-image and suppressing what you feel inside. Also, security isn’t something that can be created through externals like money, status, possessions, or any other material surrogate. There are countless people sitting in the lap of luxury who feel even more insecure than the average person. Overcoming vulnerability happens “in here,” where you relate to yourself.
Now we can address the five things that actually do create security as a personal quality in everyday life.