A few days ago, I “attended” a webinar entitled Self-Love, Self-Trust, and Self-Worth. The webinar was presented by a woman I have an amazing amount of respect for, Summer McStravick. Summer has an impressive bio, including development of Hay House Radio, where she was co-host on Wayne Dyer’s show for several years.
I came to know Summer as the founder of Flowdreaming. Now, there’s a good chance you haven’t heard of Flowdreaming or Summer, but to me she’s mentor, teacher, guide, and friend. Because of her and Flowdreaming, I have been able to finally get past major depression, and survive a major hurdle a couple of years ago. It was rough, but I managed. I wouldn’t have without Summer and Flowdreaming.
That isn’t the topic today, though. Today’s topic is Loving yourself. Do you love yourself? For many of us to answer yes would mean we’re arrogant and self-centered. That’s not true though. Let me just say, it’s taken me a long time to get to where I am, and I still struggle with self-worth issues. But how can you reach for good things in life if you don’t believe you deserve them?
It isn’t easy to learn to love yourself, believe in yourself, trust yourself. It’s important, though. You can’t truly love another person until you learn to love yourself. You can’t reach your goals, or help others each their own goal, without believing in and trusting yourself.
There are different paths that can teach you to love yourself. Flowdreaming is a powerful one. I know I need to work at self-love and self-esteem, so I followed up the webinar by taking advantage of Summer’s discount rate for her new 30 day program “Deep Love” which focuses on that very subject. Due to circumstances beyond my control, I was unable to start the program until today. She started off with an intense class that left me with pages of notes, a new outlook, and a huge challenge that I’m determined to meet head-on.
I love, and highly recommend Flowdreaming, but if you feel drawn to another path, that’s the way you should go. Whichever way you choose, the best of luck to you!
Believe in yourself. You’re special.