One of the most important ingredients for healing is self-love. With self-love, we can better appreciate ourselves, our lives, and those around us.
Subsequently, by feeling loved, we are able to better share our love with others.
The question of the moment, however, is…how can you bring more love into your life?
I have an answer...Here are 3 ways to cultivate more self-love:
1) Fulfill your Dharma! In simple terms, your Dharma is your life purpose. By reconnecting with your Dharma, you are able to reconnect with your true purpose. One method of achieving this is by identifying your passions and talents. What do you enjoy doing? What are you good at? Create a list and then decipher how you can utilize the talents you enjoy, to help and serve others. Rediscover your passions, begin living with purpose, and increase your life’s enthusiasm!
2) Stop bullying yourself! Oftentimes, we are our own greatest obstacle. We tend to have internal, negative conversations with ourselves, about ourselves, including repeatedly pointing out our past failures, future challenges, and weaknesses. Begin practicing positive self-talk and start noticing your self-confidence and self-love soar.
3) Increase your gratitude! By appreciating what you have, those around you, and taking note to the abundance in your life, you can quickly feel more grounded and loved. There’s a phrase that states, “If forgiveness is medicine for the soul, then gratitude is vitamins.” Therefore, in addition to increasing your gratitude, don’t forget to forgive others and yourself more. Holding onto anger, shame, and guilt builds toxicity within you. Release and embrace forgiveness and love instead, and allow the healing to begin.
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