Practicing self compassion empowers a deep level of well-being.

I deeply care about myself.
I choose to be compassionate with myself.

How about you?

This is about going deeper within.
This is about letting go of the stuff that doesn’t serve you.
It’s time to wake up.

Be courageous.

This is about going inside and not fighting yourself.
Whatever you find offer it love.
This is about showing up for yourself in the midst of whatever you find.
It’s time to purge what doesn’t serve you.

This is about self-forgiveness.
This is a practice.

I will not be held hostage by my own past or my old worn out beliefs.
I will not remain offended by what someone said or did to me 20 years ago or even yesterday.
I will not repeat that story over and over.
I am choosing not to be the victim of that story ever again.
I am stronger and more courageous than what I perceive happened back then.
I choose not to hold anything against anyone.
I am not a victim.
I choose not to let those past offenses impact me today or tomorrow.
This is a practice.

I greet myself with acceptance.
My self-acknowledgment shifts my perception of myself.
I foster greater self-love.

I reclaim all of my power.
I choose to be here now.
This is a practice.

I deeply care about myself.

What does your compassion for yourself look like today?  How would you like your self-compassion to grow over the coming days, weeks and months?

Here’s how to foster greater self-compassion:

Starting today, I invite you to embrace a more compassionate relationship with yourself through my “30 Days to Fostering Greater Self-Compassion” Program.  Engaging and practicing the 15 key elements of the program will create a deeper level of well-being.

I’m interested in learning more.



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