Self-Doubt – The Bees, The Birds and The Buds

Looking at the human beings, it is evident that there are many traits, behaviours, illnesses and diseases, dramas and destructions, not to mention wars, rape, murder, corruption…. and the not so extreme behaviours such as comparison, jealousy, lack of appreciation etc, many of which are not replicated anywhere else in nature or as presented by Serge Benhayon, indeed in the Universe.

Take self-doubt as an example – Does self-doubt occur in nature? And/or the universe?

  • When was the last time a bird didn’t leave a branch because it was having self-doubt issues about flying?
  • When was the last time a flower bent away from the sun because it became concerned it wasn’t facing the right way?
  • When was it that a Star wriggled itself out of the constellation because it wasn’t dead certain it was making the right shape?
  • When did Planet Earth stop spinning even for a moment because it couldn’t convince itself it was running on time?
  • When did God give up on us because He wasn’t sure we were quite worthy of love?” (Dragana Brown)

Ok, so let’s admit – perhaps not all of the questions would have scientific evidence-based answers, which we humans have come to champion like they are going out of fashion, however, the fact remains the only reason they all sound ridiculous is because they are not truly occurring in nature.

Self-doubt seems to be largely composed of an insidious set of thoughts we get fed in order to erode the most magnificent being down to something of the stature of a particularly shrivelled prune.

Self-doubt is conniving. Here is why:

When one is down and out, hitting rock bottom, given up on life and searching for anything to get them back up – it’s kind of obvious what one is going through and there is a level of honesty about the situation. From that space, it feels easier to address the issue/issues, seek support because everything is much more in-your-face, so to speak.

Self-doubt on the other hand, which by the way does not discriminate or have any particular selection process, can permeate into the most picture-perfect scenarios; amongst individuals and groups that to an onlooker could easily look like Oscar Award Winning Lives.

Self-doubt can meander and move in all circles; where there’s money, successful careers, long-lasting marriages, old friendships and promising new ventures. And yet, often-times, its presence is not so easy to spot, or at least not as obvious as is the case with those we see in despair.

Self-doubt can go on and on and on… without so much as a bleep on the awareness radar and therefore it can remain an undetected virus eating away its host for a long time.

The real question then being – why do the questions asked above sound ridiculous when in truth they are very apt and on the money? We are constantly congratulating and taking pride in ourselves as the most evolved species and yet, birds, stars, dolphins, bees… display intelligence that would never go against their nature or do anything to their own detriment.

So, do the questions sound so absurd because deep down we know that nature and the Universe co-exist in alignment with the same intelligence human beings can attune to, but who are, more often than not choosing not to tap into that source, and as a result we have, on Earth, created disharmony and mayhem. And yet, we are always a choice away from tuning into this multidimensional rhythm, which we know to be true and therefore any self-doubt cannot and does not enter because it does not belong to the source the bees, the birds and the buds are showing us we all come from. Is it possible that we as Human Beings also have that same innate knowing which can be manifested in all that we do, say and how we move that plants and trees, birds and bees, whales and stars, the sun and moon have, and are constantly reflecting back to us?

And if so, what on Earth are we doing with these reflections?

This blog was inspired by Self-Doubt: It’s not a Little Problem by Maree Savins and the teachings and philosophies of Serge Benhayon.

By Michael Brown, 21-Year-old Student, Retail Manager and Amazing young man.

Related Reading:
All of Nature is Here to Support us to Return to Who We Truly Are
No Doubt
Nature: The Ultimate Reflection

588 thoughts on “Self-Doubt – The Bees, The Birds and The Buds

  1. “When was the last time a bird didn’t leave a branch because it was having self-doubt issues about flying?” Good question! What I appreciated about your blog is that there is a shared universal intelligence that nature is a part of, and the alignment to that is absolute, there is nothing else and nature is completely obedient to the order. This highlights to me that if human beings are not aligned to the universal order then they must be aligned to something else, that something else being everything that is disordered – from ill health to crime, corruption, abuse, war, etc. None of that fits into the order that nature is a a part of, so why have we made disorder our way?

  2. Great ridiculous self-doubt observations in nature, like a pigeon suddenly doing a belly-flop on the lawn as it doubts whether it knows how to fly. Self-doubt is like a dead-weight that holds us back from the amazing light that we are.

  3. The self-doubt thoughts we are being fed are constant and therefore become normal until we choose to pay attention to the thoughts running round our head and change the channel. It all starts with a choice to be aware of what we are saying to ourselves and questioning where that thought might come from. I love that nature offers us many reflections if we forget what we were supposed to be paying attention to.

  4. Michael you have just shown humanity their total arrogance
    “We are constantly congratulating and taking pride in ourselves as the most evolved species and yet, birds, stars, dolphins, bees… display intelligence that would never go against their nature or do anything to their own detriment.”
    We think we are so smart that we have it all sussed out, but actually we are killing ourselves, our lives are becoming more bestial as we lower our standards we are in the throes of a moral disengagement from each other.

  5. Animals know what is needed and just get on with it, whereas, with people we allow the doubtful thoughts to take over and cause havoc with our lives. If we don’t know ourselves and hold ourselves in that knowing, we are easily played with by the astral plane.

  6. ‘When was the last time a bird didn’t leave a branch because it was having self-doubt issues about flying?’ In this context and with the other examples you mention, Michael it does seem very unnatural to self-doubt, yet this is what most of us slip into far too easily.

    1. Good question, when we are the only species that indulges in it, we have to ask if we are conditioning ourselves to avoid connecting to the greater plan because then we would have to take responsibility and more accountability for our choices.

  7. The more I have connected to that same universal intelligence the more ridiculous it gets when I do slip back into doubts or emotions or such. I remember being told once “It’s not like to not want to get to the root of something” while I was having a mini meltdown. The more I connect the less these games that have become normal in humanity play out in my own body.

  8. If the animal kingdom is there to reflect back to us who we really are, and if self doubt is not in or part of the animal plant and planetary spheres then where does self doubt come from? It has to be a human creation, a creation to make sure we don’t ever connect to our divine origins and the magnificence of our true and beautiful selves.

  9. We can try to dissect an issue like self-doubt but what if it all comes back to what energy we are aligning to? That totally turns the thing around and it is more about our choices and less about our issues.

  10. It’s funny when you put it like this – that an animal does not have self doubt issues. They do their part and that’s what is needed. They just get on with it. From this perspective we can learn a great deal

  11. We would all benefit from observing the qualities that nature reflect to us as something we can live and be connected to. Rather than believing we are separate to nature.

  12. Reading this I’ve realised that despite removing a lot of doubt out of my life it actually has snuck in again and I haven’t realised because it’s felt so familiar. Doubt is so pervasive we could easily say it is ‘normal’, and a big part of the emotional roller coaster of life. Whether we doubt ourselves, our partner, friends, etc, each doubt introduces the poison of feeling insecure.

  13. Conversely, when I do not doubt myself but walk fully as who I truly am and in the knowing of all that I have walked before, I no long feel add odds with the confidence nature reflects back to me.

  14. “….it can remain an undetected virus eating away its host for a long time…” – I like that comparison, it truly is like that. Self doubt pops up and then it seemingly disappears, but in fact it always drowses underneath the skin. We can fool ourselves in many situations but the root cause will never disappear by ignoring it to the bone.

  15. Isn’t it interesting how we all indulge to some degree in living against the rhythms of the universe yet we are completely and utterly dependent upon them beholding us. For without them our little creation would not exist.

    1. This is very true Joshua and I wonder just how arrogant are we as a race, that scientists feel they can send a spacecraft to land on Mars and other planets without perhaps stopping to consider that there may be unforeseen consequences for doing that. Why is it we seem to think that we can trash the universe just as we have trashed this planet by our wanton greed? There is now so much space junk circling the earth that the scientists have invented a gadget to try and collect at least some of it.

  16. Yes nature can be so inspiring and offers us so many great reflections one way or the other from which to learn and grow.

  17. There is much that we have created in this life that is the opposite of who we are in essence, self doubt is one of them. We only need to look at nature as you have Michael to get this reflected to us. And yet in the exposure of the manyfold expression of pure self we still maintain the arrogant stance of ‘being intelligent’ Perhaps it would be more honest to say we are immensely clever and cunning in how we use creation to sustain the lie of self.

  18. There is indeed a beautiful synchrony, harmony and order constantly all around us from nature and the universe itself so it is a great question you are asking here Michael what are we doing with these reflections? I would add to this, why do we keep insisting we are somehow separate from this clearly divine order?

    1. That is a great question Andrew! We keep insisting, that we have to do it and disrupt the flow by our non according movements. To align to the universal order is effortless- to block it and disrupt it requires so much effort and energy, which we could use for expanding in the order easily.

  19. ‘Self-doubt’ – such an interesting combination of words. Who is doubting who? So, the one that is doubting self is in doubt??? That’s a giveaway. It’s a game of indulgence.

    1. Who is doubting who..i love that Fumiyo, as it is a pertinent question, when we are with ourselves, present and aware, how could there be any doubt? Yet when we are not present all kinds of energy is allowed to express through us and they are what fuels our mind.

    2. It’s a great question Fumiyo about self doubt “who is doubting who?”, because when we are connected to ourselves there is just who we are, one whole being, when we separate from ourselves we can introduce another energy.

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