What if the secret to a happier, more fulfilled life was as simple as loving yourself more? Sounds too good to be true, right? But it's not. In this enlightening episode, we examine why our society discourages self-love and how this lack of self-appreciation traps us in a cycle of harsh self-judgment. Through understanding the two archetypes related to self-love (or the lack of it) - the Wounded Child and the Inner Critic - we shine a light on the barriers obstructing our path to self-love. We also discover how discomfort can serve as a catalyst for growth and empowerment.
Are you ready to silence the inner critic and nurture self-love? By focusing on our unique abilities and talents, we can quiet that critical voice inside us. But it's not just about quieting the critic; it's about engaging our curiosity and openness to help us along the journey of self-love. So, when the inner critic pipes up, question it. Ask it why it's saying what it's saying, challenge its assumptions, and broaden your perspective. It's through this inquisitiveness, this curiosity, that we can navigate through self-doubt and criticism.
But the journey doesn't stop at questioning. It's time to celebrate! Celebrating our accomplishments, no matter how small, can lead to a stronger sense of self-love. As part of this episode, I am thrilled to introduce a half-day workshop designed to further explore and discuss self-love. Let's delve into the impact our inner critic has on our capacity to love ourselves and how by changing our perspective and celebrating our accomplishments, we can fully embrace self-love. So what are you waiting for? Listen in, and let's start practicing self-love together!
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