Do you recall when you first wanted to be accepted? How did we learn to feel or have these very strong feelings of having to be accepted?
We have read many articles on acceptance and the common theme is "connection". Having a meaningful human connection with another caring and loving human being can have great benefits to the direction of one's life. With that said, the connection doesn't have to be with your biological parents either. As long as they are caring, loving, and willing to guide you type of people- your chances of feeling accepted and connected will keep you grounded and functional.
On the flip side- if a human had a difficult time feeling connected and fully accepted, their life's journey is usually met with insecurities and uncertainty. Always inviting tumultuous relationships into their lives due to having severe feelings of being insignificant and small. This can even be perpetuated by their own biological parents depending on parenting style. Their lack of self Love and feeling that it is something that exists outside of themselves, keeps them from realizing the magical powers they have within.
Do you ever wonder why so many people flock toward institutionalized religions, occults, and other organizations? Do you think they seek acceptance? Sincere acceptance and connection?
We know and have interviewed many people who have admitted that they longed for any type of acceptance while being in a vulnerable stage in their lives and therefore gravitated toward anything that would give them that feeling of connection regardless of any bad consequences.
Do you think that the label "Love" when attached to someone or something makes it easier and more long lasting to be accepted? Absolutely!!
When you learn to fully love and accept yourself because you are already connected to the Divine, you will be filled with feelings of serenity, forgiveness, and most of all Love! This connection has always been with you and will continue to be with you until infinity!
With that said, "Put a little MaxPower into your life!"