“A healthy self-love means we have no compulsion to justify to ourselves or others why we take vacations, why we sleep late, why we buy new shoes, why we spoil ourselves from time to time. We feel comfortable doing things which add quality and beauty to life.”
– Andrew Matthews

If you are like me, growing up you may have been told to think of others before yourself. If you to put yourself first, then you were selfish.
Here is a definition of selfish that helps me: ˈsel-fish – Holding one’s self-interest as the standard for decision making.Did you know that your heart is selfish by nature? It must be, for you to continue living in your body.

Our heart is at the center of our circulatory system, which delivers blood to every part of our body. Blood carries oxygen and other important nutrients that all body organs need to stay healthy and to work properly. It must get rid of the carbon dioxide and take in nutrient-rich oxygen to function properly and supply the rest of your body with the nutrients it needs.

Shouldn’t we all be a little selfish? Try it, you just might like it. As many of us tend to do, I’ve lived a majority of my life attempting to please others. I’m a people pleaser, which tends to be my biggest appeal and my biggest downfall. The new standard for my decision making is asking myself, “does this make me feel lighter or heavier?” I choose light, as light begets light

If your heart has been on the backburner for a long time, it’s time to start listing to your desires and take action that will make your heart sing.

Affirmation: I make decisions that feel light and fulfilling for me first.

Love and Light,
Helen
P.S. Stay tuned! Coming soon…40 Days of Inspiration, as well as a new programs to support you in perfecting your perfect vision and all the possiblities for your life.
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