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Self-love isn't selfish; it's   Memory Hack necessary in creating your own personal bliss. The most pure foundation for building any relationship is to have it based on love. Loving the self is no different. Truly you can only love and accept others to the extent that you love and accept yourself. And an important key to raising your energy vibration within is to embody a high level of self acceptance.

Research show that physically cleaning the clutter from your home, a room or your office helps one to be more productive and successful. This holds true for mental cleansing, as well. Practicing self-love is a mental cleansing of sorts. It will help you to clear out your consciousness, much of the old programming, that does not serve you to the highest good, with ease and grace. Self-love is so important because the root of almost any illness, relationship problem and financial challenge has come from an aspect of you, that you do not love and accept fully.Practice doing these 9 things daily to stay on the mastery track of self-love, and enrich your life.

Don't Give Your Power Away to Others: Society is in a lot of ways structured around giving your power to others and it begins in childhood. We're taught to give our power to our parents, teachers, peers, etc. This often continues as we mature; then giving our power to our boss, our partners, and our friends. Know that your personal power is a gift and when you give it away, you often times wind up feeling depleted of your own personal passion and enjoyment in life. Stand up for you and take your power back. Be in charge and responsible for your own happiness. Don't you deserve that much?

Saying NO is OK: Taking care of you first is your right and is healthy for you. As a person that always put myself last, I realized that I often felt that I should help everyone no matter what the cost. Or, I would spend time with someone I loved even though I knew that they would bring me down and deplete my energy. I later realized that the cost was my health. Spending time with someone who depleted my personal energy or saying yes to something that I knew wasn't good for me, made me sick. Today, I know my worth, and have enough self-love to say NO to things that aren't good for me because it's necessary. I hope you do too.

  Saturday, April 27, 2019 at 2:46:50 AM

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