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A Little Less Hate. A Little More Love.

Hello to the special reader of this post! We are wishing you the best as we write this post on letting yourself grow and rise this Spring and going forward! As humans we tend to overthink and stress on things in our lives that we may not have control over. This Spring we are asking you guys to maybe try taking a new approach to your endeavors and your spiritual pursuits. Challenge yourself to fall in love with you again and allow yourself the opportunity to let your best out. Try to face the challenges that unfortunately dim your light with a new grace and finesse. Rise above all the darkest corners of your mind that tell you that you are not worthy enough when deep down you can feel your power. 

 

For some people the joys of life seem dim especially as of late. We beat ourselves up for failures and failed promises that we made to ourselves and let that determine how we treat and view ourselves in this world where there seems to be a need for perfection. We ignore our best moments and continue to pick at our own souls by referencing our worst selves to further tattoo the emotion of “undeserving” perpetuate the things we hate the most. But what if we changed? What if you let yourself allow for the love you asked for to enter, the job you wanted, the car you look at with hope? 

 

Challenge yourself to speak about your highlights, we make mistakes, we fail, we get angry but that is all part of this life! The thrill that we seek lives beyond the fears we create in our minds. Would approaching that stranger at the bar be as exciting if you always knew you would get the number? The unknown is where the magic happens and the only thing stopping you is the fear of what others think. Your perception of their perception is the fear we live in and we deserve to release ourselves from self-hate and scrutiny but to look at life with hope and a purpose. Do the things you love and watch others love it in return.

The Balancing Act

With the world at it’s current state and the after effects of quarantine beginning to unravel, we as a society have an obligation to assist others. During the beginning of quarantine, we saw a huge influx of people seeking answers to questions that they may not have had before. The realization of a general lack of self-care or not knowing how to properly care for yourself can be daunting. However, the need to help others comes from within and that burning desire to leave an impact on the world is what we need in order to help each other during these times.

Self-care has become a common term used amongst population as more and more information on how to properly care for yourself continue to flood the internet and social media world. This push for self-improvement might just be what society needs in order to rebuild our own mental strength but may also bring unnecessary stress if not careful. The pressures of the world can be enough to leave people feeling inferior or not worthy of giving themselves the love in which they need to help others but the truth is that you are more than deserving.

If we widen the microscope and look at this idea from a slightly more esoteric perspective than it is easier to understand that as humans, we are all equal and are deserving simply because we exist. You are no different than the person next to you yet somehow you might have convinced yourself that you deserve less. I am hear to tell you that that is not true and most of your journey towards true self-improvement is saying it to yourself that you are deserving until you longer doubt it. The balancing act of helping yourself and others is to put your own growth first and help others in your improved state. A healing soul sharing advice and life experience to another healing soul can only help it grow, however with that being said a wounded spirit can hinder the spirit of person trying to evolve and improve.

I ask you to challenge yourself going forward as we reach the halfway point of 2020 and to seek more personal knowledge. Discomfort is the symptom right before change and the best way to change is through new experiences and objectives. Set a few new goals for yourself, both mental and physical. Continue to learn more about yourself and share your experiences with friends in order to enrich their lives as well. The constant need to discourage ourselves as motivation is a dated practice and setting new healthier objectives can be more beneficial to one’s vibration. Remember the idea that it is a push and pull effect and the healthier your spirit, the healthier the energy.