When we are influenced by negative Ki, we tend to think that we are not good enough.
We only see the greatness and happiness of the people around us.
It’s only the negative Ki which is making you feel that way, but you cannot accept yourself positively.
Negative Ki influences us because they want us to experience the same feeling of unhappiness that they felt.
Nowadays, because of the increasing amount of negative Ki, there seems to be a decline in self-esteem among both young and mature generations.
If your self-esteem is temporarily lowered due to something that is not going well, you should refresh your mind, take action again even if it is small, and praise yourself when you have achieved your goal.
By saying encouraging words to yourself, such as “It’s okay,” “Good job” etc., you will attract positive Ki.
Trying new things without fear of failure will help you rediscover your abilities and potential.
If you think that your low self-esteem is because of your character, maybe you have accumulated layers of negative Ki due to negative experiences from the past.
Also, Japanese have a culture of modesty, so even when they receive compliments, they often tend to demean themselves and their families, saying, “No, I’m not good enough yet”.
Especially people who come from prestigious families may have been influenced by the strong negative Ki of their ancestors.
In such cases, by receiving Ki through Hi-Genki, negative Ki will gradually turn into positive Ki, so please use Shinkiko.
Along with that, you should be grateful for what you have and what you have experienced in your life.
By remembering your past successes and accomplishments rather than your past failures and mistakes, you can realize your abilities and value again, and keep negative Ki away, receiving support from positive Ki.
Also, through SNS, we often see the success and happiness of others, but if we compare ourselves too much with others, we will attract negative Ki.
Even those who seem happy have their own problems, and everyone has their own challenges.
Try to move forward at your own pace and towards your own goals.
No matter how thick the layer of negative Ki may be, you should use Hi-Genki daily or receive intensive Shinkiko by attending the Shinkiko Retreatment Seminar.
It is important to have a mind that will not be defeated by negative Ki.