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Love Yourself Better

Hey everyone,

I hope all you mothers out there had a wonderful Mother’s Day and felt LOVED and SPECIAL as you are!

I want to talk to you today about being in love.  Being in love is really what life is all about, isn’t it? And I don’t mean just being in love with a man or woman.   I mean, if we were all in love with our lives, including our partners, our careers, and ourselves, we would have little to complain about and we’d have unlimited enthusiasm for everything we want to accomplish.
And the most important love affair we can have is with ourselves.  If we truly love ourselves,  we don’t beat ourselves up for not being perfect, we accept the dark parts of ourselves as well as the light.  We accept our broken hearts and broken promises, our resignation and our fears.  We accept ourselves right where we are now in our growth and development, recognizing that we are exactly where we should be—even if there is more work to do.

Self love means not settling for less than what truly makes you happy.  Sure we all have to do our taxes and clean the bathroom, but if we spend hours a day at a job we hate or spend year after year in a relationship that is not really fulfilling, then we are putting out our own light one day at a time.

What if today you make a commitment to yourself to choose just one way you can love yourself better.  Maybe you want to take a course, exercise more, or talk nicer to yourself and others.

If you commit to this one small change and follow through for three months, it will become a habit for you.  You won’t want to stop.  Be specific on how you will implement the change.  For example, I’m going to take an art class.  I am going to walk three times a week.  Loving yourself better might even be about starting to look for a job that feeds your soul or starting your own business.  So for the next three months, you might commit to sending out three resumes a week or building your website. Being specific helps you to know that you are following through on your commitment.  It gives you “measurable goals.”  But the real yardstick here is how you feel.  If you feel more loved and appreciated and valued by yourself, then you’ve succeeded; and guess what, you will then attract more love and appreciation from others.

Loving our Self is the first step to creating a life that we are in love with.  And  really, there is no better feeling than waking up every day in love with who you are, in love with your partner, and in love with your life.

Love and blessings,

Pamela

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