Self-love takes commitment and determination. It is challenging, misunderstood and completely underestimated in its power to change lives.
Sounds like a massive statement - but I stand by it.
Have you met yours yet?
That voice inside your head that is never quite happy or satisfied with what you do? That endless monologue about how you should just do one more thing because it’s either not enough or not good enough?
Spirituality’s come up a bit lately. What it means, how it differs from one person to the next and how strong beliefs create such division and hatred in the world.
What strikes me is the paradox, as having a spiritual belief implies love and kindness to all. And yet what it brings out in some is the opposite.
I was at dinner the other night with a couple of friends and the topic of negative people arose.
Though we saw it differently, we were unanimous on a couple of things:
We all know at least one negative person
We are all impacted by them
Years ago, I came across some universal principles, and the law of allowing was one of them. It has always resonated with me because it makes sense and makes me adjust the ego part of me that always wants to be acknowledged and in control.
It has 3 parts to it: