Do you want to stop judging yourself?

...stop feeling sad that you are sad?

...stop feeling angry that you are angry?

What would be possible for you if you could stop judging yourself?

Are you afraid to stop beating yourself up?

Do you think that allowing yourself to proceed with bad behavior without punishment means you will loose control of yourself?

Maybe it feels like your bad habits are monsters and if you turn your back they will eat you.

You don’t need to worry about that.

Sometimes we think that easing up on ourselves is giving ourselves permission to keep doing what we know we ‘shouldn’t’… overeating, binging, sleeping in…

When we are in judgment we are being the spectators.
We are not in the drivers seat.
We are looking to blame.

When we are in judgment we have created in our minds criteria by which we must comply to feel worthy and valid.

We judge ourselves against these criteria and decide how good or bad we are doing.

Whether we judge ourselves as doing good or bad we also judge everyone we see through the same lens.

The limits we put on ourselves not only affect us but everyone around us.

If you care about people and want to have a positive impact on the world around you I know you are listening.

So here is the reason to stop judging yourself…

Free yourself to free the world.


Hear is a secret for you…

If you trust and give it a try I promise you won’t be disappointed.

Are you ready?

Instead of beating yourself up try this;

Give love to the part of yourself.
Think about the intentions under the desire.
Recognize the truest intentions of your heart; feel loved. feel fulfilled. feel safe.

Love you.
Let it be O.K.

Restore your energy with love instead of depleting it with self-judgment.

With all that extra energy, you reclaim the choice, in each moment, of what to do.
Letting go of worry allows you to become present.
Relax to become conscious. Become conscious to reclaim choice.

With increased love unhealthy patterns will fall away. Habits will change, or they wont have to because they will no longer be the roadblocks to what you want to create for yourself.

Is loving yourself cocky?

Yes, in a sense it is because it takes a certain level of faith. You get to choose to believe that you are, always have been, and always will be worthy.
You don’t get to analyze and figure out and prove any amount of worth.
You just have to trust.

I don’t know what you have faith in, but I have faith in love.

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