I invite you to think about what you may need to give up right now so that you can start calling in what you want. Your next level version is right on the other side of this, waiting for you. #soulshiner #caitlinwinkley
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Each one of us have signed up for our own unique set of curriculum here on planet Earth. The lessons come in the form of challenges that you’ve been able to overcome. Anytime we have gone through a transformation, we then become automatically qualified to teach on the lessons learned through the transformation process. 🔥A transformation is: . ⚡️ This is where I was. .⚡️ This is what happened to me. . ⚡️ This is what I learned. . ⚡️ This is how I’ve implemented what I’ve learned. . ⚡️ This is where I am now. You can draw your own teachings from your own transformation and then go on and help guide others through their transformation. This is one of the modules I’m teaching in my Soulshine Life Coach Training. I love watching the students in my training start to leverage their transformation to help others! So beautiful.
Nobody reading this is a stranger to the concept of loving yourself. We hear it all the time. I'm going to break it down for you in a way that actually makes sense. First and foremost, it's important to note that you are lovable simply because you exist. God doesn't make accidents or fuck-ups or mistakes. If you were born, you are lovable. End of story. And, you do not have to do anything to receive love or be lovable. I know a lot of us think that .. once I (fill in the blank) then I will be lovable. That is total horse shit. It is a lie that you have been telling yourself for years. Have you ever noticed that you are kinder to yourself when you are in top form? Whatever that looks like to you — looks-wise, career-wise, money-wise, marriage/relationship-wise, etc. Meaning, you are less critical of yourself when you deem yourself to be on top of your game. Then, you become lovable, right? To yourself and to others. Once I get rid of this zit, or these pesky extra pounds, or make more money, or have a cleaner house, or round out this unsavory part of my personality, or whatever, then I will become lovable. Not in top form = unlovable In top form = lovable That's the myth we need to work on breaking. You do not need to be any different than you already are in this moment in order to be lovable. But, how do you love yourself? Let's make this super practical and easy to get. Think of something that you truly love, like a pet or a brand new pair of shoes that you're just crazy about. Now, I want to ask you, how do you treat that thing that you love so much? Let's say it's a fine set of china that you inherited from your grandmother. Chances are you treat that china with utmost respect. You probably handle it with care. You only let certain people touch the china who have steady hands. You probably polish it and keep it in a special spot in your home. Now, how do you treat yourself? Do you handle yourself with care or do you criticize the crap out of yourself? How do you allow other people to treat you? Do you settle for anything or do you only let people with a careful, discerning energy enter into your life? ⬇️Rest in comments ⬇️