So, Loving Yourself Isn’t for Hippies?
I always thought ‘self-love’ was just some hippy, airy fairy term that new age people used. I didn’t consider myself as one of those people who needed a lesson in it. But, I also didn’t really get what self-love was really about either. Actually, I didn’t have a clue.
Come to find out, it’s not all about white light and butterflies and being in love with every move you make all the time.
Self-love is simply the act of treating treating yourself like a human being – being able to laugh at yourself, shrug your shoulders when you mess up, give yourself a break, and realize that you’re perfectly fine, just as you are, “imperfections” and all.
Constantly beating yourself up (being too hard on yourself), and always striving to do more and be more is detrimental to your wellbeing. It makes your life a heck of a lot less fun because it causes stress. Eventually, that stress can lead to a breakdown of not only spirit, but body too.
I always say “the mind leads and the body follows.” How do we expect anything good to come from constantly treating ourselves like we suck? Exactly. We can’t.
“Loving yourself sends a strong message to your body and the Universe that you are worthy of health, happy relationships and abundance.” – Amy B. Scher
But How Do You Learn to Love Yourself?
It’s not easy, I know. It’s because, even if just subconsciously, you tell yourself you suck, you recite old stories and you carry an old patterns that no longer serves you. That’s why I’m teaching my system for learning to love yourself – step by step. I’ve cracked the code, although it took lots of practice….and I want to share it with you!
I’ll teach you all the steps I used to help undo what got me to a place of being so freakin’ hard on myself. It’s all about releasing old energy that no longer serves you. You feel tons better, I promise.