It’s good to look at life from a different perspective... what we see greatly depends on how we look at it.
the truth is, our perspective on life comes from the psychological cage we’ve been held captive in. a cage created by… ••• a difficult past ••• a sheltered life
••• social influence
••• pop-culture and mass-media stereotyping etc.
and our perspective only changes when we consciously and gradually work to free our minds.
i've found that when i feel my lowest, when my body has been the most sick and when i am bombarded with the most self-deprecating thoughts, the only thing to pull me up and out is drenching myself in self-love.
treating your body like a loving vessel will not only boost your self-love, but also your energy. be intentional about what you put into your body, not only because you want to look good but because you want to feel good. feeding your body nutrient-rich foods will have you oozing love out of every pore
My taste are simple. i’m satisfied with the best...... embrace the here and now. it's the little things in life that make us happy. drink them up. cherish them. indulge yourself in things that don't cost a penny – take a walk, read a book (join a library and always have a good book on the go), have a hot bath, do some exercise, light some candles. whatever you choose to do, make it special. look forward to it. accumulate less, live more
Loving you just the way you are is true friendship.... a real friend accepts you as you are. they can encourage you to become a better version of you, but they also help you see the beauty of who you are right now. they don't get sidetracked by what others may say or think of you. instead, they celebrate the you they've come to know.
a real friend stays with you through traumas, disappointments, mental health crises, and physical illnesses. they don't abandon you just because it's easier or more comfortable to avoid you.
true friends aren't phony with you. they show you who they really are. they're honest with you when it matters most. they never try to deceive you to make themselves seem stronger, more successful, or better than they really are. these are forever friends.
Have no fear of perfection, you’ll never reach it.. society has tricked us into thinking that something is wrong with us. in today’s scoiety women are portrayed to look a certain way. we need to be thin, be a certain height, and have large breasts. we need to act a certain way. we can’t be too clingy, too needy, too slutty, too prude, or too available. we have expectations to live up to that are just plain ridiculous. simply because none of us will ever be the same.
we’re told we need to be this and be that but how about we just be ourselves instead? “perfection” does not exist—we made it up. “perfection” does not naturally occur in reality because we define it as infinitely better than all else. the reality is that nothing is able to attain “perfection,” but everything can be utterly amazing, beautiful, and awesome.
When you look for the good in others you find the best in yourself.... people who surround themselves with positivity have an easier time finding good in other people. the reverse is also true. people who teach themselves to see the good in others tend to be positive and experience happiness more deeply. seeing the good in others requires us to questions our assumptions, but it is definitely worth the effort.
there is something bigger than seeing everything.
there is something to which there really is no limit.
something you can never exhaust.
because there is no limit to what can be felt.
and that is why, when you shut your eyes, you really see.
you discover more. you delve deeper. you understand better.
that is why, when you shut your eyes and allow yourself to experience and to feel, i imagine you create the most powerful of memories.
Wherever you go, go with all your heart.... when we intentionally add heart wherever we go, we are positively impacting the energetic environment around us. with every kind word spoken and every compassionate or caring action, we contribute to co-creating a new world based on heart values that heal, and nurture others as well as our self.
If your unhappy where you are, just move on.... oftentimes, we settle for what we think is right, acceptable and safe. we are so dominated by the idea of staying because it feels scary to move. because it feels frightening to face a whole new environment without the people, the things, or the places we’ve been so used to.
if you’re unhappy, move.
if you’re unhappy with your job, quit.
if you’re unhappy with the people you surround yourself with, leave.
if you’re unhappy with your love life, end it.
if you’re unhappy with your city, move.
if you’re unhappy with your life path, take any turn possible.
if you’re unhappy with how you see life, move your sight.
you don’t have to be sure of where you’re going or what the next step is; sometimes all you have to do is take the first step and that is to move.