Spirituality | About Self-Love, with Matt Kahn

Self-love is the ability to be good to yourself, no matter who is or isn’t good to you. As your self-worth elevates by treating your heart to the friendship, support, honor, and validation you deserve, you become less resonant with those who say one thing and do another, make promises only to break them on a regular basis, or take their unprocessed pain out on you. When self-love is active, you are able to honor anyone’s potential, while not placing yourself in toxic partnerships from a standpoint of “what if”.

In self-love, you are able to have a point of view, establish healthy boundaries, and utilize the power of your voice — all from the graceful power of an open heart.

In self-love, you don’t need the agreement of others to set yourself free or anyone’s permission to be as you wish.

Instead, you just need time and space to align with your true essence– cheering, cherishing, and accepting your way into an unwavering depth of clarity, confidence, and inspired action that only your love can activate in you. In time, other members of your soul tribe will appear and what often calls them forward into your reality is how consistently you are willing to emotionally support yourself.

This is why it is essential to love yourself more, not less. Not just as a modality in response to emotional triggers, but as an embodied living practice that becomes as essential to your soul as your breath is for the body. And, when knowing how each “I love you” simultaneously sends blessings of light to every heart on a quantum level, you come to realize the most direct way to heal yourself and transform the planet occurs within the same heart-centered space.

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