Hosted by Kelly Pender
Self love encompasses mind, body, spirit & soul. In this weeks episode, I am focusing on the body. Why? Because we live IN our bodies. It’s our temple that we GET to live in each and every day.
Accepting and loving our bodies can be beautifully challenging. Point blank.
My body has changed in many different ways. This is something I haven’t shared too much about yet because, I myself have been processing.
For example, I probably wouldn’t have shared this picture in the past with the way my belly looks. But today, I am accepting my beautiful body for everything it has done for me and ways it continues to support me. Doesn’t mean the self love journey is easy.
Sharing how acknowledging our negative inner self talk is step one to the path of self love.
Leaning into those feelings rather than brushing them under the rug and moving past them. When we do this, they will continue to come back again and again, more and more amplified. The deeper and deeper we push them down, the harder it becomes to peel back those layers and tap into TRUE, deep unconditional self love.
No matter what season or reason… whatever feelings you are feeling – are valid. You are seen, you are heard, you are held.
Without relying on external validation, can we find that internal SELF love? Loving ourselves deeply and fully because we GET to. We can CHOOSE to love ourselves. To feel beautiful, sexy, powerful, radiant from within.
Can I choose to love myself even after a significant loss? …. Yes. I can. I do
Can I choose to love myself after not fitting into my clothes anymore? …. Yes. I can. I do
Can I choose to love myself after looking in the mirror and seeing new cellulite? …. Yes. I can. I do
Can I choose to love myself even after speaking poorly to my Self? …. Yes. I can. I do
Can I choose to love myself in this season of my life? …. Yes. I can. I do
What positive affirmations would feel really good for you to CHOOSE to love yourself?
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