We kicked off the year ahead of workshops and deep-dives with Self-Love this past Saturday.
We covered a LOT of material and spent almost 5 hours learning everything I could possibly cover in one session about self-love.
We talked about what it means to have self-love, the dysfunctions, the steps to self-love, how you know you’re doing it right, and action steps to move towards higher self-love.
We had one of our remote members in Montreal join us the *entire* time via Zoom as a video conference call! Talk about dedication!!
During the workshop, I broke down 7 steps to building self-worth.
This is the first and foremost important step to know.
Grounding, Health, and Sense of Self
Self-love needs grounding. Solid foundation.
- You will love yourself more when you take better care of your own basic needs.
- People high in self-love nourish themselves daily.
- Ways to get grounded include exercise, proper nutrition, and self-care.
Honor your body’s signals. Pay attention to your energy and health.
- Mind your body and energy.
- Energy drainage causes sickness.
- Treat your body and energy with care.
Strong sense of self. Know who you are and own it.
- People with a high sense of self-worth know what they think, feel and want.
- They act on this knowledge, rather than on what others want for them.
- They take personal responsibility for their mental and emotional well-being.
- They allow themselves to be seen and their presence known.
- They shine, radiate, and be their true self.
How do you feel about step one? Do you have a solid foundation of self-care and health? Do you show up for yourself daily?
You’ve probably heard it a hundred times…. You have to love yourself before you can love someone else. You have to be able to take care of yourself before you can take care of someone else. Take care of yourself, because your friends, family, and loved ones need (and want) you to be grounded, healthy, and sure of yourself.
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