How to develop and practise self-love
Are you highly self-critical? Do you beat yourself up over failures? Do you work too much and push too hard without giving yourself time to breathe? Do you feel the need to compete, outperform others and move ahead of the pack? Do you live with shame or a sense of not being good enough?
We live in a society that regularly sends us the message to achieve more, work harder, win, be perfect, be the best. There is of course nothing wrong with having goals and dreams to pursue. However, most of us don't stop to consider whether our self-critical and competitive attitude is actually helping us achieve these goals or whether it might actually be standing in our way.
Self-esteem is your overall opinion of yourself — how you feel about your abilities and limitations. When you have healthy self-esteem, you feel good about yourself and see yourself as deserving the respect of others. When you have low self-esteem, you put little value on your opinions and ideas. You might constantly worry that you aren't good enough.
In this self-love class, we will explore:
- What self-love means.
- How it applies to each of us.
- What we can do to develop it.
- How we can practice it daily.
The aim of the class is to help you:
- Trust in yourself more.
- Create and stick to boundaries.
- Build better relationships.
- Make more mindful decisions.
- Value your own opinion.
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House of Wisdom are committed to helping everyone reconnect with who they are. Inspiring you to find your own balance between mind and body. From breathing classes and sound therapy to meditation and movement classes, helping you reconnect with your true-self and find the balance between mental and physical wellbeing.