Friday, November 21, 2008

Do You Respect Yourself?

What is the self or Self you refer to?
Do you know your True Self?
Do you appreciate your temporal physical self?
Do you admire the way you live?

To grow in respecting yourself, you will need to come to know Who You Really Are.
To increase your Self awareness, you are called to look and listen more deeply to your True Self.
To really respect and honor your path, your learning and your inner Truth, you must let go of judgment.
Forgiving yourself easily and appreciating yourself consistently will engender Self Respect.

Affirmations for Self Love and Respect
I love myself the way I am.
I trust my learning process and free myself to be All That I Am.
I appreciate my Goodness, Wholeness and Beauty.
I behold the Light in me and shine it on all I see.

The more I respect myself, the more I respect others.
The more I respect myself, the more others respect me.
The more I respect myself, the more others respect themselves.
The more I respect myself, the more others respect others.

As I learn to respect, I am teaching others to respect.

Some areas of needed respect for many of us.
Give yourself impeccable care.
Time to be alone in stillness.
Time to have and pursue creative ideas.
Set boundaries or structure that serves you.
Music you like, order around you, foods that nourish.
Treat others in the way you want to be treated.
Ask yourself and them what really works for them.
Use affirmations to practice thinking only the Best about yourself.
Recognize that what you are perceiving and judging outside is also in you.
Forgive every mistake immediately with “Erase”, Delete, or “not True”.
Be patient and peaceful with yourself.
Talk to yourself as though you were a very important person.
Use languaging that is adult, neutral and non-emotional.
When you look at yourself or speak about yourself, be appreciative.

Changing learned negative habits and behaviors into positive requires time and practice.
Love and respect yourself well.
The world will become a better place.
Loving you,
Betty Lue