"Life supports me every step of the way"
I know for a lot of my clients one of their main struggles is always being true to themselves. We must learn to just be ourselves. Sounds like such a simple thing to do right? It is!
Just practice self love more often... when we do we develop a certain trust that brings ourselves closer to being true to ourselves.
Ask yourself this - do you find that you are saying or doing things just to please others, if so you are denying yourself of your souls purpose. You are denying yourself of true happiness. Stop second guessing yourself and making decisions based around others.
Why are you so willing to trust others but not yourself?
I understand that the world is a place that is so quick to judge and compare you to others - but that is no way to live a truely loving and happy life. There is no right or wrong way to be yourself, but just trust yourself and how you feel. Life is a learning experience, if you make a mistake its ok, you are not a failure. Today I want you to let go of any self negative talk and just love yourself as you are. Dont judge yourself based on any mistakes or wrong decision you made yesterday, learn from them and move on.
These 2 things I believe help you go a long way with being true to yourself and are a good place to start is
Keep a journal - write down things, experiences, feelings, inner voice thoughts and processes - express yourself.
Meditate - there is no better way than to find true relaxation and get in touch with your inner self. A great time to include positive affirmations and focus on attracting what you want more of in your life.
Here is a positive thought/affirmation from LOUISE HAY that you can use right now, today!
'No person, place, or thing has any power over me unless I give it, for I am the only thinker in my mind. I have immense freedom in that I can choose what to think. I can choose to see life in positive ways instead of complaining or being mad at myself or other people. Complaining about what I do not have is one way to handle a situation, but it does not change anything. When I love myself and find myself in the midst of a negative situation, I can say something such as, “I am willing to release the pattern in my consciousness that contributed to this condition.” I have made negative choices in the past, but this does not mean that I am a bad person, nor am I stuck with these negative choices. I can always choose to let go of the old judgements.'