Imagine living your purpose, giving your gifts to the world and leaving a lasting legacy. Sounds amazing right?! It is! BUT FIRST, you must master loving yourself THEN you must embrace and nurture all the relationships that you have with others. Life is all about relationships.
Your relationship with yourself sets the tone for every other relationship you have. When you love and accept every part of you, you set in motion a domino effect that positively affects everything you do
Loving yourself can be one of the most transformative things you do that will improve all aspects of your life. But it's a process that has to start from within you, not from outside of you. Loving yourself can bring you that sense of inner peace and contentment that you've been longing for all this time.
STOP being overly resposible for the people in your life. Every single human being has their own soul journey. It’s sometimes tempting to do things for the people we love. It can be a way to express our love. But is it really helping them? When we’re overly responsible, we rob that person of the soul lessons they need to learn in order to grow and evolve. We not only disempower them but also rob them of becoming the highest version of themselves. One of the greatest gifts we can give another human being is to see their greatness. REAL LOVE EMPOWERS, it DOES NOT ENABLE. To empower another human being is to let them face the consequences of their own actions, to allow them to stand on their own two feet.
We spend so much time doing our best work on the outside – working on our bodies, careers, relationships, finances and goals. It’s just as important to spend time doing work on the inside – developing deep and lasting self-love, acceptance and compassion. The more we can make ourselves feel whole and worthy as individuals, the more we have to give to the world. #lovedoctor
We all CRAVE honesty from others. HONESTY is ONE OF THE MOST liberating and valuable traits to have - and it's even more valuable when dealing with any type of relationship (from friendship, to a significant other). Even when it seems like it could push you and the other person apart, it has an amazing way of bringing you closer together and building more love and admiration. The KEY is to know the RIGHT WAY to communicate that honesty. Not all communication is equal. You can mean something, but depending on how you share it with someone... it can either be received as loving and "good"... or as NEGATIVE and CRITICAL. #lovedoctor
If you’ve reached a place where you and a friend no longer connect, rather than holding on, simply thank them for the gift they were in your life and bless their future. You’re allowed to outgrow your friends. It doesn’t mean that you don’t love them, it just means that your soul has grown and evolved faster than theirs. Not everyone will stay with you an entire lifetime and that’s ok. Holding back your light to make others feel comfortable is soul suicide.