Wilde said “to love oneself is a life long romance.”
This is a concept I continually return to. I came from a
normal dysfunctional family, feeling unwanted, unlovable and undeserving
to name a few beliefs. I was not important to me. The day the
light bulb turned on was the day I was asked who is more important
to you – you or your husband? This was the first time it
occurred to me that I needed to be important to me. Who’s
most important to you?
To have high self esteem means knowing you are capable and loveable
simply because you exist. Self-esteem is the basis of everything
in our lives. All of us have been bombarded as we grow up about
what we are to do or to be or to have in order to measure up.
For me claiming my self-esteem has been a transforming journey
on all levels: emotionally, physically, mentally and spiritually.
There is no such thing as too much self-esteem. No matter
the level of your self-esteem you can increase it and grow. We
all have unlimited potential. You can change self-judgment, negative
limiting beliefs, self-abusive behaviors. Celebrate all of who
you are, even those parts that you want to disown or change.
I invite you along with me to begin romancing yourself. Open your
heart to you. To open one’s heart to the self is to meet
the divine. Begin a life long romance. Sit and dine with the God/Goddess
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