Longevity research shows that people who have plenty of social interaction, adequate rest and a sense of purpose are more likely to live longer. This comes naturally to people who love themselves. You can develop greater self-love by remembering that, at every point of your life, without exception, you did the best you could. Learn from past actions that didn’t produce the results you wanted, but don’t compare or condemn yourself. The less self-judgement…
The more self-love.
All conflicts come from lack of self-love. You can’t really love others until you truly love yourself. When you don’t, you encounter bumps. When you do, your life flows smoothly. If you’re not experiencing the joy you want, take a look within and find your inner beauty…
Then watch it reflected back to you in the world.
For an instant emotional uplift, embrace the idea that you are fine this very moment, just as you are. You don’t need to loose weight, make more money, dress better, move elsewhere or be more fit in order to be okay. Stop striving for a moment, allow yourself the pleasure of liking yourself, as is, and feel the weight lift from your shoulders. There are a lot of messages out there telling you that you need to be different from who you are right now in order to feel better. Don’t believe them. You’re not the problem,
The messages are.
When you’re outraged by the actions of others, remember their behavior really isn’t about you. Every person is motivated by the belief that what they’re doing will make them feel better. While your anger may feel appropriate, it’s not good for you. What issue is so important that it’s worth inflicting damage on your own body? If you feel an angry reaction well up inside, take a deep breath and, as you exhale, say ‘I now let go of my judgement.’ Remember that being right isn’t nearly as satisfying as…