Jeanne Nangle Soul Coach

What did Einstein say about self-love?

When it comes to self-love, Einstein might have applied his definition of insanity, “The definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again, but expecting different results.”
Because, of course, this also applies to how we treat ourselves.
We need to do things differently to get a different result. 
Have you ever done the same thing over and over again?
If you’re human, of course you have! 
It’s built into our DNA to repeat, because we’re creatures of habit
We’re conditioned by the past. 
And unfortunately, the same old self-doubt, self-judgment, and self-criticism are only going to lead us down the same road.

Without self-love, it’s a nowhere road!

We need to love ourselves, to get where we’re meant to go.
Where we’re designed to go.
Because, as history has told us, there will be huge boulders in the road.
However, when you lovingly lift yourself over the boulders, it’s the best gift you can give yourself and those around you.
When you love yourself, you’re not the only one who benefits.
Your children benefit because they see an example of someone who knows how to love themselves.
And this WILL influence how they treat themselves.
Not to mention how your spouse or partner will benefit from being with a more secure person.
And how you’ll bring more goodness into the world because you’re so damn happy loving yourself. 
However, does making self-love a priority sound self-indulgent to you?
I get that. And I used to feel that way.
Damn programming from non-self-loving people. 
However, it’s not self-indulgent. 
Instead, making the choice to love yourself is choosing to respect and honor who you are and what you bring to this life. 
True self-love is life affirming. 
Choosing to treat yourself with love, compassion, and respect is vitally important.
Otherwise nothing changes and you stay the same.

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