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A little bit about Self Love

Updated: Feb 3, 2023

The amount of love you are willing to give to yourself is that in which you are capable of receiving. We often focus on our flaws or the things we’d like to change physically, intellectually and emotionally about ourselves rather than appreciating the gifts we’ve been given. Appreciate all aspects of your body and all it does for you every single day. It may not look exactly how you’d like and there may be parts you always want to be different or change but focus your attention to these beautiful imperfections. By cultivating gratitude for these parts of your divinely intelligent body your perception changes and allows you to gain confidence in who you are right NOW. The only person you’re holding back by not loving yourself is yourself. But self love isn’t just about appreciating the physical body you’ve been gifted but also your intellectual, emotional and spiritual bodies. It’s easy to focus on the negative, judging ourselves because maybe we feel like we aren’t where we thought we would be in life or maybe you just can’t escape your own thoughts and limiting beliefs (Which is something EVERYONE deals with). I encourage you to be kind and compassionate to yourself. Know that you are not your thoughts or emotions, you are simply experiencing them. It is truly a gift to be able to experience these sensations, but our mind can often turn something beautifully divine into a nuisance. When these negative thoughts or emotions arise be aware of how they make your physical and spiritual/conscious body feel, remind yourself that you are experiencing these feelings because of your egos attachment to insecurities and fears. Be forgiving and compassionate with the ego as it will always be apart of us, we just have to learn how to redirect these negative beliefs into positive, constructive thoughts. In the beginning it will be difficult to have this perspective but with practice it will begin to come naturally. You will start to become more aware of your negative talk and self judgements and can then move forward with understanding and compassionate self forgiveness. Integrating these changes will not only change your relationship with yourself but also your relationship with others. Allow yourself to let go of the judgements and limiting beliefs. Know that you are exactly where you need to be, you are enough and you are whole just as you are. Much Love, Brie

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