You Are More Loveable Than You Know ~ Here’s How To Love Yourself FULLY

Written by on February 9, 2015 in Conscious Evolution, Conscious Living, Relationships & Sex with 0 Comments


LOVEYes, it’s that time of year again, when the romance industry bombards you with commercials for
Valentine’s Day, but if you don’t have someone who will send you flowers and chocolates or take you on a romantic sunset cruise, you may not be enjoying this week very much.

Maybe you’re sitting on your couch at home in front of the TV watching all those gorgeous stars strut around in designer gowns and jewels on the award show circuit, and you’re comparing your body—without the help of personal trainers and home chefs—to theirs, and your life—not rich or glamorous—to theirs. You see the winners thank the magnificent love of their lives, the one without whom they never could have won this award, and you sigh over their perceived happiness—which you, in your not-even-designer bathrobe, believe you will never have, because you’ve decided that you are somehow utterly unlovable. But that belief is so wrong! You are more loveable than you know, and can become more loveable to others with a little shift in perspective.

Society teaches that your worth as a person, as a human being, is based on youth, beauty, money, power, romantic relationships, and status. After years of internalizing these messages, you may feel that your self-worth truly is based on these external factors, and when you don’t have all of them—because, honestly, who does?—you will constantly feel as if you are not good enough; as if your body and soul are not enough for you to deserve love and happiness, while everyone around you seems to have met their perfect match. With this perspective, you’ll find that the grass will always be greener in someone else’s yard, and the major source of green in your life will be envy.

Perhaps envy is not new to you. Did you grow up with siblings who were better at everything than you were? Or with parents who belittled your actions or ideas or dreams? Were you teased or bullied at school? Did your friends have all the things you didn’t? Did you think you were somehow unlovable and alone? And did all these slights carry over into your adult life with your business or romantic partners? Sometimes it’s easier to believe all the negative things you think about yourself than to appreciate yourself and believe you are worthy of love. As a spiritual teacher and energy healer who deals with thousands of broken hearts I can tell you the good news is that when you change the way you think about and treat yourself, the rest will simply fall into place.

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