5 STEPS TO LOVING YOURSELF UNCONDITIONALLY
Article by Ruby Fremon
Philosophy of People
Magazine: Issue #18
You’ve been battling that voice inside your head for too long that voice that’s telling you:
“I’m not good enough.”
“I’m not worthy.”
This is the voice that’s holding you back from having healthy relationships, and encouraging you to engage in unhealthy habits. So how do you get rid of that voice? By learning to love yourself. Selflove is the key to creating healthy transitions in your life; transitions that will bring you more happiness and keep you feeling fulfilled.
It’s time for you to learn to love yourself unconditionally.
Step 01. Forgiveness
Anger and resentment are the 2 strongest emotions that can keep you tied to your past, preventing you from moving forward. It’s time to forgive… Forgive others, and forgive yourself. Let go and give yourself permission to move on.
Step 02. Take Ownership
Stop feeling ashamed or guilty of your past by taking ownership for all your past experiences. When we feel ashamed of our experiences, those experiences gain power over us. But when we own our experiences, we become empowered by them.
Step 03. Detoxify
It’s time to detox your life. Rid yourself of anything that is not serving you in the highest good: relationships, friendships, habits… get rid of all that is holding you back. Like any detox this may feel pretty shitty at first, but you will feel exceptionally better afterwards.
Step 04. Create Positive Shifts
Postdetox is a great time to fill yourself back up by creating positive shifts in your life. Adopt healthy habits, partake in activities that you enjoy, spend time with people who lift you up…Focus on the things that make your heart smile. The happier you feel, the more you will love yourself.
Step 05. Be Grateful
Gratitude is an attitude that can change your life. Be grateful for every moment in your life, because each of those moments have lead you here. Find gratitude in every experience, and in everything you do. By focusing on what you’re grateful for, you become reminded of your abundance, and not what you lack.That voice inside that’s been telling you you’re not good enough, is wrong. You are good enough, and by learning to love yourself unconditionally, you will know that to be true.
Isn’t it about time you started loving yourself unconditionally?
Philosophy of People is a compilation of self-improvement articles written by entrepreneurs seeking to bring holistic solutions to everyday problems. Read more articles from our 2nd Year Anniversary issue.
Ruby Fremon is a Self-Love Coach determined to help others create positive life transformations through the power of self-love. From living a life of self-destruction to a life of love and positivity, Ruby has created those massive shifts by learning to harness the power of self-love. Ready to transform your life? Take the first step by committing to a self-love coaching journey with Ruby. Contact her at I Am Ruby.