You Cannot Hate Youself Thin–Can You?
One thing I know for sure is that You Cannot Hate Yourself Thin. No, really, you can’t. When you beat yourself up, you create another obstacle, another block, another impediment; another “thing” that gets in your way of weighing less as it weighs you down, down, down.
These Self-Imposed Heavy Blocks of fear, stress, inner-pain, insecurity, anxiety, anguish and sorrow line your path and, as far as I can see, serve no good purpose.
As we walk this path, we may try to, make attempts to let go of our excess weight (pounds and otherwise), but when the going gets tough, we get going. We break our promises to ourselves. We turn our back on our selves. We withhold love and affection.
“You can search throughout the entire universe for someone who is more deserving of your love and affection than you are yourself, and that person is not to be found anywhere. You yourself, as much as anybody in the entire universe, deserve your love and affection.” ~ Siddhartha Gautama Buddha
Simply Stop withholding love and affection.
Vow to be kind to yourself , to have faith in your abilities to move through the difficult moments. Vow to love yourself at the deepest possible levels, whether you are comfortable with this or not.
Should your mind interfere and spin some seemingly solid reasons for you to not love yourself, note the thought, and simply shift your attention back to self-love.
Don’t just improve; evolve!
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