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12 Days of Christmas: Day 4 – Love Your Body

by Anne-Sophie Reinhardt on December 14, 2012

The Gifts:

The winner of today’s prompt will receive

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This is one part ebook, one part digital anthology, one part self-coaching program. Chock full of 100 writing prompts that span areas of your life from your relationship with your body to your energy around cash, this book is designed to help you re-author the scripts that are holding you back from intentionally creating a life that you lights you up from the inside out.

And

the winner will also receive a copy of the home study version of the popular Body Loving Homework E-Course.

This course is set to be released January 25, 2013. This version of the class builds upon the original text by offering 10 video and audio lessons, supplemental reading, and special participant-only surprises to help you apply the skills to your everyday life for maximum (and delightful) impact.

What do you have to do to win?

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2.  Leave a comment answering the daily prompts.

3. Be a kind, loving and caring person.

The Person Behind the Gift:

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The Prompt:

What do you do to cultivate self-love? 

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Paul December 14, 2012 at 8:35 pm

I’ve written down things that make me feel really good to hear, like “I’m perfectly healthy and happy” and “I’m going great”, etc. and I just read them to myself and really focus on at least trying my best to mean them fully. I’ve found that once I tried it and see how good it feels, it is much easier to mean them the more I read them. It can be on looks, personality, and anything else.

I also think that once you start really loving yourself, and if there’s still some things about yourself that you’d like to change, you can just as easily write another statement that “I am” this or that, or whatever you want to be. For me anyway, once I start reading the “I am” statements, it really starts to help me change into that, maybe through my subconscious beliefs.

I think it can seem silly at first to think about writing things like “I am awesome, I am sexy, I am funny, kind, smart, etc.” but once you actually start reading them, it does feel really good and after a while, you really start to believe it. 🙂

Anne-Sophie December 14, 2012 at 11:07 pm

I’ve started doing the same a while back and while it really is awkward at first, it gets more and more intuitive as time goes by. I know people make fun of positive affirmations all the time and say they don’t work, but I’ve found them to be a great foundation upon which you can build more self-esteem and self-trust. Thanks for sharing, Paul.
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Arianna Merritt December 14, 2012 at 9:19 pm

I created a gratitude journal also. I try to do this daily, even though life is really busy. I have to make time for writing as I have found it to be essential to my well-being. I schedule a daily time to write, even if it’s only for fifteen minutes. Journaling, combined with exercising, eating healthy foods, and surrounding myself with positive people are all ways I cultivate self-love in my life.

Anne-Sophie December 14, 2012 at 11:07 pm

Gratitude journals are SO awesome. The more you focus in all you have in your life the more fulfilled you are. Writing is one of my go-to tools too. It never fails to enlighten me. 🙂
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