Self-Love Pillar to a Prosperous Life
Self-love is about feeling self-worth and deservability. For some, self-love may be an easy concept to master. For others, it may sound weird or even hard to do. It can be hard to say "I love you" to a significant other, let alone saying "I love myself." Some may feel that it is not normal to talk about self-love and thus avoid it. Others look at themselves in a mirror and wonder how anyone can love them. This lack of self-love may be due to physical appearance (e.g., weight, wrinkles, etc.) or for other reasons (e.g., ashamed of who they are). It does not matter. The universal rule is when a person does not love himself, he limits the flow of abundance and prosperity in his life. This is because internally he believes that he only deserves a small amount of good, and therefore he will receive only what he believes he deserves.
If you are looking for your soul mate and you do not love yourself, don't expect someone else to come into your life to love you. If you do not feel you are deserving, then your soul mate will sense that and stay away. Thus, the flow of love is blocked by a low sense of self-love. As with love, money and prosperity does not flow if you do not feel deserving. If you have low self-love, you have a low sense of deservability. The low sense of deservability can show up in different ways such as having others take advantage of you or receiving a low salary for the work that you do or not receiving a new job offer. So what do you do about it? You can start by looking in a mirror and saying what you love about yourself. This is a hard exercise for many people, but there are other ways to increase your self-love.
Ways to Increase Self-Love:
1) Look at Core Beliefs
3) I Am (Self-Worth)
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