Loving yourself is a lifelong process, a combination of awareness, self-acceptance, respect and kindness to yourself. You can achieve this through feminine energy, knowing your potential as a woman and valuing it.
It is not an easy path, as many circumstances will continually test us.
For example, mistakes, unachieved goals, disappointments, problems that we will face and that will often influence the perception of our value as people and women in society.
But it's always worth trying to be a better and happier person, isn't it?
Loving yourself is learning to recognize your own value, which does not depend on what we have, but on the way we look at life in order to love ourselves unconditionally.
If we don't learn to do this, we will continue to look for what we lack in other people, developing dependent relationships.
In this way, we will realize our value from the way others treat us or evaluate us. A harmful addiction that will cause us to be complacent just to receive approval.
To avoid this, you need to love yourself first, tap into the full potential of your feminine energy, and shine on your paths.
But how is it possible to act lovingly towards yourself? Think about everything you do when you love someone and do it with yourself.
For example, take time just for yourself, forgive your mistakes, and try to understand why. These are behaviors that you would adopt with someone you love, and in this case, the goal is to love yourself.
Take time to listen to your thoughts. Choose a place where nothing and no one can bother you, no distractions and no rush.
Set aside this time to be alone by choosing a place that makes you feel free to reflect without worries.
For this exercise, it will be helpful to write down your last mistakes, however small, on a sheet of paper, noting the reasons why you did so.
Then write down possible ways to remedy the error. If it cannot be remedied, however, value the experience and learn from your mistakes. How will you act next time?
Are you sure you won't make the same mistake again? Also write down the answers to these questions so that you can refer back to them at the right time.
Yes, to understand your feminine energy, you need to know yourself. This is something we often miss, mistakenly thinking that it's the people close to us who know us better than anyone else.
Try to write down your important milestone, a beautiful experience you had, for example.
So think about the qualities that enabled you to succeed, what values emerged during your experience, and all the strengths and weaknesses of your daily life, both at work and in your emotional life.
Don't forget that loving yourself is not an act of selfishness, as is often believed. Love for others, in fact, always comes from love of self.
Learn to accept your strengths, flaws, virtues, limitations. Become aware of what you are in a deep way.
Then you will take care of yourself and begin to understand yourself better without judgment or blame for the mistakes you made.
Accepting yourself is a fundamental step to start loving yourself unconditionally, to tap into your feminine energy, to love others as well without the continual search for recognition.
Whenever we don't accept ourselves, we waste a lot of energy. For example, our moods worsen, we become insecure and, as a result, we feel unhappy.
Accepting yourself is also important for increasing self-esteem, promoting personal well-being in all areas of your life.
Learn to be honest with yourself. Don't tell lies to yourself and don't look for excuses to justify mistakes.
Instead, try to understand, therefore, the real reasons for your actions without wanting to find excuses that can be shared by others at all costs.
We often lie to ourselves out of fear of others' judgment. In reality, we can also deceive others, but not ourselves.
Being honest, on the other hand, makes everything easier because there is nothing to fear.
Consistency and transparency help us to understand who we really are, helping us to understand our value, our feminine energy and our unique being.
Erich Fromm, who wrote the book “The Art of Loving”, argued that to truly love another person you must be able to love yourself.
In fact, loving others doesn't get in the way of loving yourself. We are talking about a love that does not cause you dependence or excessive attachment to the other.
Therefore, it means not doing everything you are asked to do against your will. To love you must first learn to manage your emotions.
If you love others unconditionally, but first of all you love yourself, love will be part of your life in a natural way, bringing happiness.