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Have you ever wondered what kind of relationship you have with yourself?

Updated: Oct 23, 2023

How do you treat yourself when you see your reflection in the mirror? How do you talk to yourself when you make a mistake? How much do you punish yourself?

When we lack love, acceptance and respect towards ourselves, when we focus more on pleasing others and leave our being in the background, we are sending messages out at a subconscious level of insecurity, undeserving, opening the door to self-sabotage and self-disrespect, ignoring that we are not only saying to ourselves that we are not worthy, but we are allowing others to see that we are not worth and allow them to disrespect us since we reflect and project these emotions on everyone and everything that surrounds us.

We know that everything in the universe is energy, including us, and energy vibrates at different frequencies, considering that the frequency at which human beings vibrate depends on our state of mind and emotions; whether we like it or not, whether we believe it or not, the frequencies of a person are out there, to the reach of everyone. It doesn't matter if it has high or low vibrations; whoever is close to you can pick up your energy and the frequency at which you vibrate.

When we have low self-esteem, the lack of self-love is evident, with intense feelings of insecurity, loneliness, fear, anger, shame, or guilt (low-vibration emotions). Our environment, friends, relatives, and day-to-day situations unconsciously perceive these vibrations.

This universe in which we live is reciprocal; we will receive everything we consciously or unconsciously put out the same way. i.e., why do I have conflicted relationships? Because I have a conflicted relationship with myself.

When we experience self-love, there is no interest in pleasing others, self-sabotage and self-judgments are eliminated, and toxic relations and conflicts will disappear. Our relationships will encounter harmony; we will see abundance and love coming toward us.

So, how can we improve our relationship with ourselves and everybody else? Let's start with self-love, accepting ourselves, having compassion for our "imperfections," acknowledging our mistakes, forgiving ourselves, and honouring and VALUING every part of our being.

When we stop criticizing ourselves and change our perspective, EVERYTHING around us changes.

Love yourself

Photo: Nguyen Dang Hoang Nhu - unsplash

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