As we flourish as individuals, many tend to look past the fact that if you cannot love yourself then you cannot love anything or anyone else.
Loving yourself is primal for spiritual awareness, as it allows for the release from constructed expectations that exist on a personal and social realm.
And to be straight up, we KNOW these kinds of restrictions cause ALL of us to vibrate lowly at some point.
The unforgiving truth is you NEED to be able to love yourself when you are devoid of all THINGS you feel as though you cannot live without.
You NEED to be able to love yourself when you are devoid of all the PEOPLE you feel as though you cannot live without.
If it helps, think of it this way: tangible things have the capacity to be taken, lost and broken.
Also, people have the capability of leaving you without consent, no matter the reason.
I think my siSTARS said it best. Wouldn’t you agree?
Do you notice what remains? YOU!
YOU are the only constant in your life and only YOU can fill the internal voids that may exist.
Before you know it, 2019 will be here. Then 2020. Then 2021!
Do not forget to take the time to show yourself love on a daily basis.
Do not fall victim to the negative vibrations of life because they will always exist …
and that means, you will forever stay down.
Because the journey towards self-betterment needs an ample amount of time and attention, it can feel as though there is no time to make errors as they relate to the total mastery of heightened action awareness.
I want to remind you that the process of personal growth that self-love is does NOT span over the course of a single day.
Everyday that the universe blesses us twenty-four more hours of light serves as time to practice this process.
Everyday will be different from the last.
Work yields manifestation.
In order to manifest what you desire, you need to work for it.
AND THAT INCLUDES SELF LOVE!
Self-love allows you to vibrate higher than anything below you sis!
From self-love comes love for all things external of you!
Daily Affirmation: “Love yourself and watch – today, tomorrow, always.” – Siddhartha Gautama (Buddha)
Written by Ada X. Marshall-Morrison