Loving Yourself And Others: Discover The Art of Loving Yourself as Who You Are and Give That Love Away [NOOK Book]

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Within Taking Care of Yourself Lies Success In Your Physical Health and Emotional Happiness
It's rather intriguing that we tend to take our whole self for granted most of the time. We live in such a fussy world that we seldom stop to consider the care we should be giving to our bodies to promote good physical as well as mental health. Our bodies are like machines that are on the go most of the time. Machines require oiling and fueling to ...
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Loving Yourself And Others: Discover The Art of Loving Yourself as Who You Are and Give That Love Away

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Overview

Within Taking Care of Yourself Lies Success In Your Physical Health and Emotional Happiness
It's rather intriguing that we tend to take our whole self for granted most of the time. We live in such a fussy world that we seldom stop to consider the care we should be giving to our bodies to promote good physical as well as mental health. Our bodies are like machines that are on the go most of the time. Machines require oiling and fueling to continue. And we have to use the correct oil or fuel otherwise the machine breaks down, correct?
Have you ever stopped to think whether what you're doing to your body is helping or hurting? Begin with the food you consume daily, then go on to the things you do to and with your body and mind. If you were a machine, would you still be going, or would you need to stop for mending occasionally?
I recognize certainly that everybody wants to enjoy a long and happy life that's free from illness and full of love. But not everybody wants to do the correct things to make their lives better. It sounds a little like 'everybody wants to take the easy route!
It can be quite difficult to take good care of your whole self at times. For instance, it's important to eat the right food and do some routine exercises on a regular basis. It's also important to live a life that's low stress. This isn't easy.
Let's begin with the food we eat, how many of us really follow a wholesome diet of the right type of food 24/7? Take the average workman who is on a 9-5 job Monday to Friday, can this individual really be faithful to any prescribed diet considering they're going to be tempted by different foods being eaten by different people and the fact that they are probably short on time? This individual has really got to be disciplined if they want to take care of their whole self and be healthier!

Talking about a low stress life, this may sound like a joke to a few individuals. No life can be stress free if we take into account the things we have to do and go through day-after-day.
There is much information available about great ways to reduce stress. Try some calming yoga or deep breathing exercises. Take a short walk and actually look at the beauty along your path. Get a massage; it is a wonderful way to calm yourself physically as well as emotionally.
We are more than just physical beings but also emotional and spiritual ones. If one wants to be “whole”, one must look at all aspects of their health. Take good care of yourself by eating right, drinking plenty of water, take walks, clear your mind, tend to your emotional and sexual needs, and get plenty of rest. Accept your vastness and your limitations.
You are a vital and vivacious human being, begin feeling good about yourself just right now!

Self Love Requires Self Belief
Millions of individuals fail to live the life they've always wished to live. They neglect to realize their ambitions and give up on their big dreams as soon as they take on the first obstacle. Among the strongest reasons for this mental attitude is that these individuals don't believe in themselves.
Believing in yourself is being sure that you're going to do whatever you put your mind to, even if other people are against you. Generally, when you choose to take a big challenge or do something that they failed to do, you'll find that everybody is putting you down. Under the pressure of this criticism a few of us start to question our own abilities and sooner or later give up. The few that manage to believe in themselves and continue down the path they've selected will be the ones that enjoy the glory of success and learn to love themselves.
A few individuals think that unless everybody agrees with them then they're wrong. This is altogether untrue. No one ever succeeds without having individuals resisting his ideas at one point or another.
This rejection later became the grounds for people’s success. If individuals think that you're incorrect, or that what you're doing will yield no result, just move forward by either convincing them of your viewpoint straight off or leaving them to be convinced by force when they see what you've accomplished.
If you challenge individuals once or twice and go against their impressions then succeeded, even if it's in a little or superficial task, you'll wind up building confidence in your powers and your ideas. Only then will their impression not affect you much because you have previous experience that proves that you can succeed.
Ask your higher power for guidance and help and you'll feel that you're supported by a power which is superior to anybody who rejects what you're doing and to the unforeseen difficulties you'll most probably face on your road to achieving your goal

If you don't believe in yourself you'll wind up discarding your ideas, and not accomplish self love.
On the other hand, if you believe in ...
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940015562491
  • Publisher: Tea Time eBooks
  • Publication date: 10/6/2012
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 44
  • File size: 271 KB

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