21 Ways I Practice Self Love

21 Ways I Practice Self Love

Many in today’s society feel that self-love is egotistical & selfish. I am here to share that it is quite the opposite.

True Self-Love is Self-less, why?

Because when we choose to love all of who we are, our good and so called bad side, our strengths and our weaknesses we are then able to let go of judgements, we open up our head & heart & allow deeper more loving connections to develop in all areas of our lives.

So how do you do something that you don’t know what it really is? Below I have listed some of the ways that describe what self-love is.

 

21 ways self-love shows up in my life, which is:

  1.  Honouring my needs, health & wellness & making it a priority.
  2. The ability to be able to give myself what I need freely without guilt or shame.
  3. An everyday thing that is found in my actions, reactions, thoughts, feelings rituals & habits. 
  4. Found in every part of being a healthy, happy & joyful human. 
  5. Treating myself like my own best friend, or the most beloved person in my life.
  6. Resting when I need to rest
  7. Saying yes to things that feel good to me and no to things that don’t serve me
  8. Creating clear balanced boundaries that sustain me
  9. Waking up with gratitude in my heart
  10. Allowing my joy to guide me through my day. 
  11. Giving myself permission to be who I truly am in any situation, place, relationship etc. 
  12. When I allow myself to speak up in what I believe in even if no one around me understands or supports me. 
  13. Found in how I talk to myself, it’s where I let my thoughts take me, 
  14. How I choose to react or act. 
  15. How I find time for myself throughout my day,
  16. Making sure I am doing everything I can, to be the most I can be in mind, body & soul and let it be as joyful as possible knowing to my core that I am not a chore, my life is not a chore it is a blessing that I get to be who I am and live the life I do just like everyone else. 
  17. Bringing sacredness into as much as my day as possible, life is sacred, I am sacred just as you are too. 
  18. Being brave enough to listen to my intuition and not second guessing myself
  19. As simple as focusing on my breath when I am stressed or experiencing emotional turmoil and coming back to the present moment.
  20.  As complex as working through my many layers/limiting beliefs/fears and being loving, kind & compassionate as I do.
  21. Different to everyone & the coolest thing is that you/me/we get to redefine it. No one wrong or right, it is perfectly perfect for each of us.

I truly believe that if I commit to cultivating self-love every single day, that I am able to show up more, give more & do more in a sustainable & high vibrational way because I have filled my cup up, I am confident, brave, courageous & most importantly, I feel loved because I love who I am and therefore I allow more love in from those around me. I seek more connected & authentic relationships & allow myself to be supported rather than doing everything alone.

By practicing self-love I have become much more open minded & hearted. I am less judgmental towards myself & others, I no longer let people mis-treat me as I know that I am worthy of being treated with respect & deserve love.

By choosing to cultivate self-love in my life, I choose to heal, I choose to let my heart feel & expand so that in turn I hold space to do the same creating a ripple effect throughout the world.

Self-Love is endless as am I, as are you.

Read the 29 some ways you can grow your self-love here.

Sisterhood

Sisterhood

Sisterhood is not only butterflies & rainbows it is truth, it is real emotions, it is shadow & light. It takes a certain kind of woman to allow a true connection to happen to another woman.

It takes a woman who is willing to embrace all of herself, all of her shadow & light, so she can embrace all of another without judgement or expectations.

Sisterhood is a place for women to come together, to teach, support, nourish one another. It’s learning the balance of giving & receiving. Sisterhood is about love & trust in one another to be our true self.

I love creating connection with another woman. In my sisterhood I know that even through the dark times we can be there for one another, even if we disagree, get triggered or react to one another, because I have learned compassion and kindness for myself and so it is only natural for me to do the same for another.

Sometimes I feel the way that I share & hold space is not as gentle as others though it is earthy, raw & real and so full of love. It is who I am and I embrace that.

I love my sisters and what sisterhood has meant for me & given to me. I have so much gratitude that I know longer walk alone on this journey.

Do you have women in your life that support & nurture you as you do them? Share this with them to let them know how much they mean to you.

So much love,
Tam xo