Reply To: Belief Phrase Variations

Paul McCabe
PSTEC Pro and Forum Moderator

Meant to mention as well…

Using your specific examples, “I'm not worthy” is actually a different essence to “I'm worthless.” They are separate beliefs.

“I'm not worthy” is a self-esteem belief, most likely formed in early childhood. It would be held as though you are “not worthy” of something: love, success, respect etc.

“I'm worthless” would be held as though you believe you have no inherent worth as a person.

The difference is akin to the differences between “I'm not good enough” (usually related to feelings about your abilities or worth) and “I'm not a good person” (a belief that you're inherently bad)

Just wanted to make that further distinction.


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