January 30, 2020
January 30, 2020

What do you notice people who love themselves? I’m not talking about narcissistic behaviour but people who genuinely love who they are and find joy with how their lives are. I bet when you witness them they seem happier, and those who associate with them are happier too.

If you find it hard to see that in you, perhaps it’s time to turn off the inner critic and try this simple journaling exercise.

Be prepared for resistance from your inner critic. Your inner critic may not have been talked back to for years. It usually has the run of things so be aware of that. Flood him or her with love and get your pen to the ready…

Here goes!

Journaling Exercise: 101 Things I Love About Myself

101 things I love about myself is a wonderfully simple, yet powerful exercise.

All you need is a set of index cards, some coloured pens and a glass of water.

The water is for you to sip as you ponder…

Get comfortable, take three big deep breaths and let each go with a big sigh. Plant your feet on the ground and imagine roots flowing into Mother Earth. Connect your breath to your heart and flood it with love.

When you are ready write one thing that you love about yourself on each card.

When you have completed the exercise you can shuffle the cards and intuitively pick one for today.

I love that I allow myself to express my emotions

Is the one that I picked for the video below.

When you have chosen the card for the day, think about how you will connect that sentiment and feeling with your heart and embody it through the day.

Journal about what comes up for you as you start your day and at the end of the day reflect on what happened and what you learned about yourself.

If you love to journal I have a range of journaling books that are designed to help you to focus on what you what to create in your life. Each covers four subjects spread over 28 days. These subjects are designed to help you to create a stronger connection with your heart and wisdom.

My mission is to encourage and empower you to step into the wisdom of your heart and embrace self-love, self-worth and confidence so that you discover that all-important inner peace.