Self-Love is our ultimate calling
It was very challenging when I first started learning and practicing to love myself. Why? Because self-love involves teaching ourselves that we are a priority. It also means learning to live life by understanding we are responsible for our actions, thoughts, and emotions.
When we able to understand our inner emotions — the way we think about people, situations or objects based on our self-reflections — this awareness helps us to boost our self-esteem, confidence and faith. We have been educated to focus on understanding peoples’ perceptions of their emotions instead of our own. With self-love, we learn to align true power within with universe love.
Today in our world we often lack awareness that life is a gift and that our existence is important to our planet. This type of loving self-awareness is a powerful injection that can spread its vibration to create a a more loving world. As we feel good about ourselves, we initiate more ways to invite happiness and loving moments.
The ongoing challenge we face in incorporating self-love will never end, because every moment we face different people or situations that reflect our belief systems and the way we think. I am one of the people who thought that once I really loved myself, my challenges or problems would never arise again.
But I was wrong. I found out that we keep changing because we are energy that evolves every second of the day. We learn to adapt an understanding of our nature of who and what we are as we love ourselves. Negative energy becomes a mirror of undervalued self-worth that is not our reality to follow.
The magic potion of self-love is creating a constant energy of dynamic and positive awareness that we are love.
I love one of Louise Hay’s favorite quotes, “Only Good Lies Before Me.” I understand that as we plant in our subconscious mind that we see beyond everything in goodness and love. We need to be aware of our inputs in our daily thoughts. As we think, we also feel. The more we are in control of what sort of feelings or thoughts we hold, the more we create the energy that links to the feelings or thoughts we have. So never take lightly or laugh at someone who says I am learning to love myself. This is a brave and courageous statement that deserves our support to help them achieve their mission — and it benefits us all, as well.
Loving ourselves is our actual destiny for all of us. It’s never a matter of religion, creed, race or color. As we learn to love ourselves and understand our true nature, we open ourselves to new dimensions of living life in harmony, bliss, and flexibility as we create synchronization with nature and everything in life. So love and keep loving yourself — even when you need to find your way in darkness. Hold onto the belief that we are love and we are made of that Light of Love.
>You may also enjoy reading Loving Yourself in Real Time | Self-Love Is Not a Choice, by Kelly Notaras