Recovery and healing are not linear processes. Here’s the number one rule I’ve learned to help me navigate the long and looping journey.
When it comes our self-talk, most of our progress can’t be measured by conventional standards. There’s no metric for the quality of your thoughts. Sometimes it takes a big moment to realize how far you’ve come.
Self-compassion is not a reward for a job well-done. It’s the foundation for your service.
Recognizing the difference between what’s possible and what’s realistic will help you set better expectations for what you can do in a day, and be kinder to yourself in the process.
If you’re on any type of spiritual or self-healing journey, self-compassion is an essential tool.
Forgiveness is not a “doing.” It’s a result of our willingness to practice opening our hearts.
If you want to lighten your load, release your judgment. You don’t know what anyone else is going through.