An inferiority complex is a lack of self-worth, a doubt and uncertainty, and feelings of not measuring up to standards. It is often subconscious, and is thought to drive afflicted individuals to overcompensate, resulting either in spectacular achievement or extreme asocial behaviour.
Yoga therapy teaches us to find our real selves. It help us realise that are unique. We have our own characteristics, none of which others resemble. Even identical twins have different personalities. Further, our bodies are amazing and unique creations.
Yoga is a self-development system which raises ones consciousness and spiritual potential.
Practice of asana and pranayama raises one’s conscious in the body and mind, developing self- commitment and clarity in our minds. Asana practice develops control, balance and flexibility.
“There is no need of any competition with anybody. You are yourself, and as you are, you are perfectly good. Accept yourself.” – Osho
When we realise that we are all unique in our own rights, we need not compare with others. Appreciate that there are purpose and value for this uniqueness. Then we are neither inferior nor superior to anyone.
Be aware of how to and work to unveil our capabilities and potentials. Be natural; be ourselves!