In recent blog posts around thoughts, thinking, and the power of affirmations, we talked about thinking good thoughts to attract more good thoughts and affirmations about embracing who we are which in turn helps us to love ourselves more. These are all important because they help us to love ourselves more!
When we love ourselves more we spread loving energy and shine our loving light onto others and it truly becomes a breeding ground of love and more love.
The more we soften and embrace the loving energies within our own hearts, the more we open the highway of love for everyone.
Love is the common thread of who we all are. We have come from love and we will return to love. And we can love ourselves and others all the way back to where we came from. And as I often quote my favorite quote from the late Ram Dass:
“We are all just walking each other home.”
With Much Love,
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