NObody can fix you, patch you up, or make you feel better. We are attached and coded to the idea that other people, something outside ourselves, is the elixir to healing, mending, and making ourselves feel free, whole, and have a great life.
Healing ourselves is not so much about changing who we are, it is about accepting ourselves as we are, and as we THINK we are. That is the first step to healing.
We often strive for ideas of what we think will make us happy, give us what we want when, in reality, it won’t. We will never be satisfied, we will be walking around like a hungry ghost, waiting for something or someone to fill us up, heal us and make us happy.
We must meet ourselves where we are without internal and external conditions. Meet ourselves with kindness, without judgments.
Forgiving ourselves is the gift we give ourselves, and heals our broken relationships, and it heals us; first, seek to forgive yourself because you’ve done nothing wrong, and you will automatically be giving forgiveness to others without uttering a single word.
What we do for ourselves we do for others. Everyone is your mirror letting you see where you are at. If you want to see, feel and hear your desires, hopes and dreams, change the story in your head to one that reflects you back with your wishes.
We are the keeper of love and peace, it begins with us, within our heart, body-mind, and soul. Self-forgiveness is all we need. In La’Kesh, I am the other you!
Be consistent in caring for yourself and watch the magic unfold in your life. Jason Garner
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