Is it easy for you to give love to others than yourself first? If this is a challenge for you, let’s take a look at questions to ask yourself to see exactly how much self-love you give yourself.
According to an article bigthink.com, “How Much Do You Love Yourself?
“This is your life, it is your signature creation. It is your duty to live true to yourself, with integrity; and authentically communicate your message to the world.
Your life’s mission is not to make a few million dollars (although that may be an achievable goal). What I’m going to say may be controversial – your life’s mission is to love yourself – to learn to love what you have, create what you love and love what you create.
Your life is about expanding your awareness, expanding your vision of yourself and your life – until it is the greatest possible vision of who you are, and who you wish to be in your incarnated human form. Without loving yourself, how can you hope to achieve much? As nothing will ever truly satisfy you. And then you will live a life of perpetually seeking, searching, yearning…
Without giving love to yourself first, how will you be able to give to others? Feeding and nourishing yourself will automatically feed and nourish others if you set this as your intention. Teach a man to love himself, and he will forever be able to love others. This creates unimaginable possibilities as it allows creation from a sound foundation.
Questions to ask.
- Do you love yourself enough to forgive yourself?
- Do you love yourself enough to forgive others?
- Do you love yourself enough to nourish your body with life-affirming nutrient-rich food, the way nature intended, or do you feed yourself processed ‘non-foods’, sugar-foods, etc?
- Do you love yourself enough to exercise your body, stretch it, build your physical resilience and strength, and continually improve your body’s conditioning?
- Do you love yourself enough to feed your soul with whatever your heart intends?
- Do you love yourself enough to live in the moment, to forget the past, not worry about the future, but to be truly present to the opportunity within every moment?” To read the entire article click here.
Now it’s time to focus on yourself, so you can live the meaningful life you desire. I will guide you to discover the best of you. To schedule a free consultation contact me at 503-207-5490 or visit joanhamiltonlifecoach.com.