Adequacy is one of the 12 Virtues that form the core of Ingenium. It is one of the virtues that belongs to the Autonomy Quadrant. It is the first Virtue taught because without overcoming the negative self-belief that we cannot succeed, it is difficult to achieve success in any of the other Virtues.
Adequacy is about learning that success is possible, and that we have what it takes to succeed already within us. “You are capable,” is an apt description of the message of Adequacy. This virtue helps overcome doubt, which is defined as a feeling of uncertainty or lack of conviction. Adequacy helps develop confidence in ourselves, our abilities, and our futures. The Key to Adequacy is called “The Master is Within.” It is about teaching every individual that their highest self already exists inside them, it is simply buried by negative belief systems and bad habits. We simply need to clear these obstacles. One of the most common manifestations of inadequacy is the imposter experience, which is when competent people fear that others will find them to be frauds, or they attribute their past successes to luck or something outside themselves. 70% of the population experiences this at some point.
The Litany affirmation for Adequacy is
The Master is within me, a part of me. I AM the person I strive to be. I think and do as my Highest Self does. I have the power to become whomever I choose, and I choose to be my Ideal Self. The Master is within me. The Master is me. I am the Master of my life and my destiny.
The abbreviated Litany is “I have all the traits necessary to achieve the life I want.”
See Also #
- Imposter Experience