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Learning to Love Ourselves

I often talk to clients about the importance of “loving ourselves.” They often nod their heads in agreement -after all, it sounds good – but, if the truth be told, most of us have no idea of how to go about doing this thing called “loving ourselves,” and for many of us the whole idea sounds a bit egotistical and egocentric besides. So what does

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Loving Ourselves is Source Loving Us

photo credit: h.koppdelaney Perhaps you’ve struggled with it too – that pervasive sort of guilt and apprehension anytime you find yourself admiring your own beauty. Maybe you even stopped seeing your beauty long ago, and have instead resented and secretly envied others who seem able to see and appreciate their own beauty. Here’s a secret: we have to believe in our beauty before we can

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Self Sacrifice Is Not Love

by artyfishal44 I’ve been reading some of the Seth Material recently and deeply resonated with the following words, “Regardless of what you have been told, there is no merit in self-sacrifice. for one thing it is impossible. The self grows and develops. It cannot be annihilated. Usually, self sacrifice means throwing the “burden” of yourself upon someone else and making it their responsibility.” (The Nature

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We Teach Others About How To Treat Us….

Did you know that you are the one who shows others how you expect to be treated? It’s true. They learn from our own example about how to treat us based on how we treat ourselves. For instance, if I seldom take time for myself or am neglectful of my own care … then that’s what i am modeling about the treatment I expect from

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How to Love Myself…

In a recent morning practice, I was given this thought or instruction; “Treat your body as if it were housing a sacred guest …. It is.” My daily practice has brought me an awareness of the sublime truth in those words. As my understanding of the nature of this phenomena we call a “self” grows, so does my awe and respect for it. It is

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