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Self-Love: The Voice of the True-Self

If the true self had a voice and a way of acting, the best way to describe it would be self-loving. Self-love is the ability to accept and appreciate yourself for who you are, regardless of your perceived flaws or imperfections. It is the act of treating yourself with kindness, compassion, and respect, and recognizing your own worth and value as a human being.

Many of us have learnt to neglect ourselves and we get caught up in the daily hustle and bustle, and forget to take care of ourselves. We often prioritize the needs of others over our own, leaving little time or energy for self-care. This can lead to feelings of stress, anxiety, and burnout, as well as physical health problems.

Self-love is about prioritizing yourself and your well-being, and recognizing that you deserve the same love and care that you give to others. It is not selfish to take care of yourself; it is a self-giving act.

Some components of self-love involve:

  • Acceptance

  • Compassion

  • Forgiveness

  • Self-care

  • Self-advocating.

Overall, self-love is about recognizing your own worth and value as a human being, and treating yourself with the same kindness, compassion, and respect that you would show to others or to the person you most loved in this world. It is a lifelong journey that requires patience, practice, and self-reflection, but the rewards are immeasurable. When you cultivate self-love, you create a strong foundation for a healthy and fulfilling life, and you also create a greater connection to your true self.


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