True Self Love Gives You The Fortitude And Grit To Withstand Any Difficulty In Life.
In the movie, Jab We Met, when Kareena Kapoor says, “Main Apni Favourite Hoon”, I loved it. The reason being, that I identify with her completely. My love for myself, is my solid inner foundation that means no matter what is going on around me or how anyone else is feeling, I know fundamentally at my core that I am ok, enough, meant to be here and loved. My self-love restores the balance and bring me back to feeling aligned with my natural, empowered and loving state.
Oscar Wilde once said, “To love oneself is the beginning of a lifelong romance.”
Which means, it’s a not a destination – it’s an everyday practice.
Self-love is the complete acceptance of who, and what you are – the honest appreciation and affirmation of yourself. It’s fully knowing – no matter what you do, or neglect to do, right or wrong – that you’ll always love yourself and be true to who you are – no matter what. Magically, it ultimately translates to good health, great self-esteem, happiness, total balance and well-being.
Happy people spread happiness. Similarly, you simply cannot take care of others until you take care of yourself first. When you truly, unconditionally love yourself, you can move through the world with deeper compassion for others, with a deep sense of joy and pleasure within the act of giving.
It is so easy to pour our love into others, without realising that we are not feeding ourselves that same love. Self-love is something that one has to conscientiously practice each and every day. I believe that the moment one begins to practice the art of self-love is the very moment you begin to receive love in life in every form imaginable.
Don’t forget to fall in love with yourself first. No one will ever make you a complete person except yourself. Learn to love who you are. Embrace who you are. When you have an unconditional love for yourself, others can sense it. No healthy relationship is built to stand on an incomplete foundation. Here is my personal prescription for Self-Love:
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