Our methods for engaging in self-love are often counterintuitive and may not actually be loving. Awareness is the first step to deconstructing our self-love languages.
We may think we are more sophisticated than dogs, but when it comes to training behavior we’re really not that much different. Except for one crucial distinction.
Contrary to popular belief, practice does not make perfect.
Miracles don’t just “happen.” We co-create them.
To be truly realized we must get to the point where we’re no longer seeking.
We often don’t realize the habitual ways we tense against life, and how this impacts our physical health and wellness.
I’ve been in hiding, with and from my fears. The irony is that my fears and I want the same thing: to be seen, acknowledged, held, and nurtured.