Over the past few weeks, we’ve been taking a deep dive into loving yourself up over in The Vortex of Creation. It’s interesting what you discover once you really start to explore this realm.
There is a natural tendency to make yourself wrong and deny yourself pleasure.
One day the assignment was gazing into your eye’s in the mirror and blowing a kiss, which felt completely weird. It’s easier to look at yourself with a skeptical eye and find your flaws than it is to look at yourself with love.
We become attached to fighting for our limitations, rather than celebrating our awesomeness.
All of these things wreak havoc with the signal that you are sending out into the world.
If you don’t believe you are valuable and have something to offer, you will spend your life trying to prove your value.
In your business you will never really know what makes you stand out from everyone else and why people would want to work with you.You will be constantly trying to prove yourself and convince people that you are good enough.
When you doubt yourself, every time things go wrong you take it personally rather than being able to see your results are just information about what works and doesn’t work.
Change will happen once you decide to stop making yourself wrong and to start loving yourself up and focusing on your strengths.
I invite you to continue on with my challenge from last week and to give yourself permission to do whatever the fuck you want to do.
Notice the places where you are making yourself wrong and thinking you should or are supposed to be doing something else.
Maybe you think you should keep working even though you feel worn out and really just want to lie on the couch and read a book. Give yourself permission to relax for a while and see what happens.
Perhaps you think you are supposed to do the laundry and clean the house before you take some time for yourself and have a bubble bath. Have the bubble bath first and notice how you feel after.
How good are you at giving yourself permission to do what you want to do?
Is there some areas of your life that permission comes easier than others?