Having a healthy respect for yourself is a prerequisite for being
happy, healthy and content. It also gives you the capacity to have
respect for other people. When we see faults in ourselves but accept
them we are more likely to accept the fault in others.
Saying something nice about yourself ‘out loud’ simply reinforces the
acceptance. The more senses you can involve in a positive thought the
more experiencial it will be and the more real it is. Saying something
in your head is one thing, but out loud allows you to audibly ‘hear’
it and feel it (as your mouth moves).
If you want, go write it down too – that way you’ll be able to
‘see’ it. (Not sure how to shoehorn taste and smell in there!)
PS: Buy your copy of ‘How To Change Your Life One Day At A Time‘ at the special launch price which will end after xmas, click here now
PPS: You’ll also get on to my daily ‘Ponders, Quotes and Questions’ thought provoking emails.