What a beautiful topic to dive into!
Oh, self-love! It's like a warm hug for your soul. In a world that often encourages us to be hard on ourselves, practising self-love is an act of pure joy and kindness. It's about embracing our flaws, celebrating our strengths, and nurturing our inner selves.
Self-love is not selfish; it's essential. It allows us to prioritize our well-being and happiness, enabling us to show up as the best versions of ourselves in all aspects of life. From setting healthy boundaries to practising self-care rituals, there are countless ways we can shower ourselves with love each day.
In a world that often tells us we're not enough, self-love is the powerful act of saying "I am enough." It's about recognizing our worthiness and prioritizing our own well-being. When we practice self-love, we create a foundation of happiness and fulfilment from within.
Self-love can take many forms - from practising self-care rituals to setting boundaries that honour our...
We are universal beings so whatever happens around us affects us.
How we respond depends on us. We can create drama around the event, which I call Neuro Drama or develop resilience.
Emotional intelligence enables us to process events and behaviours to protect ourselves and develop positive relationships. It involves developing a flexible body and mind. In Yoga, I often see students who are physically inflexible and interpreted as stubborn (inflexible mind). The stubborn mind and inflexible body prevent from moving on in life, thus creating Neuro Drama.
Life is full of adversity and stress has now become part of life. We are continuously bombarded with negative information via multimedia. We have a choice to either succumb to the outside negative noise or take responsibility for how we respond.
We can’t plan our whole life without stress, but we can learn to deal with how we respond and how to diffuse the inner storm...