When we reframe our point of reference from the outer world to that quiet sacred inner space we then allow ourselves to embrace the loving self-image that is buried deep within every single one of us. Victor Lomeli in Shirshasana.
Welcome to day 5: Today is all about being real with yourself, not negative or judgmental just real. Celebrating the real you. This meditation has the potential to change your perception. Be real. Be still. Exhale all of your air out, pause and lovingly inhale in, take your hand and place it over your heart,( I know, I know it sounds a bit dramatic, pero por favor try it) gently ask your heart this question “What are my fears of truly accepting and loving myself?”
Real self-esteem is abundant and it is ever present, but at times it can be clouded by all the noise in the outside world. When we reframe our point of reference from the outer world to that quiet sacred inner space we then allow ourselves to embrace the loving self-image that is buried deep within every single one of us. We can then shift our perception of ourselves and of others. And that is what allows us to connect to true self esteem.
We came into this beautiful life as perfect drops of love and divinity. Our sense of self-worth influences our perceptions and inner dialogue often creating incongruence between our essential truths and how we perceive daily life experiences. I invite you to step into a refreshed self-image one that reflects your true beauty and divine essence. Take a closer look: Self Image is the self your ego believes you are. The Ego takes its cue from the outer world feeding on approval and security often fueling feelings of inadequacy and fear. “What do these people think of me?” “Do I look okay?” “Did I say the right thing?” The feedback we receive from our environment over the years forms the image we hold of ourselves, in this respect self-image keeps reminding us of who we were in this specific situation NOT who we are. True self esteem is based on the spiritual recognition of one’s true value which lies beyond your ego and begins with self-awareness. As we accept and honor who we are we begin to treat ourselves as a cherished loved one, with kindness , trust, love, honesty and compassion. With increased awareness of true self we become conscious of how we talk to ourselves choosing words that are enlightening uplifting and loving . And should we falter we forgive ourselves quickly and fully. Who you are is so much more than the image you have formed of yourself based on feedback of the outside world. Give yourself permission to detach from those opinions and perceptions open to your divinity, your creativity your potential and Live from your higher self.
Today’s Centering Thought:
I am a perfect, divine creation.
Our Sanskrit mantra:
Om Bhavam Nama
I am absolute existence. I am a field of all possibilities.
Now consider writing 12 things you love about yourself, andale sin berguenza, allow
yourself to find pleasure in this moment and in your fierce and glorious thruths about yourself.
Celebrate yourself y hay veras that your relationships will open and
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