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When parts of yourself become frozen in fear there is no forward movement. Thawing occurs when you remember your innate worthiness. Allow divine inspiration to flow through you like a river and it will take you to your best life.
“No one was ever great without some portion of divine inspiration.” ~ Cicero
Worthiness is your birthright and divine inspiration is yours for the asking. You're like a radio that is always plugged into its source. You simply have to turn the radio on and tune into the right frequency, and then listen.
Identify the fears that keep you stuck. You can do this by completing the following sentence several times: If I weren't afraid I would . . . . It's helpful to write this out in a journal or notebook to help you get unstuck.
Inspire literally means to breathe in. When you want to receive divine inspiration it's helpful to breathe deeply while you're asking. You can ask for...
When you remember that love is who you really are you'll realize that your worthiness comes from within. How freely you give love determines how worthy you feel. As you express your true nature your self-worth will be strengthened.
“You can search the entire universe and not find a single being more worthy of love than you.”~ Buddha
The moose symbolizes self-worth. Let it remind you that there is power in knowing who you are. By being true to yourself you'll realize that individuality is a strength. Summon moose energy to remember your inherent worthiness.
Love your body; it deserves to be well cared for. Pay attention to every symptom and determine what it's trying to tell you. Your body is always trying to come back into balance and it needs your support to get there. No one knows your body better than you do. You are its primary caregiver.
Love your mind; it deserves to be directed, otherwise it will leap from one thing to another like a...
Feeling worthy opens you up to receive by connecting your mind with your heart, and aligning your ego with your soul. Imagine your innate worthiness as a sacred waterfall showering your life with blessings.
“Self-worth comes from one thing - thinking that you are worthy.” ~ Wayne Dyer
Once you believe that you're worthy, the next step is to experience the feeling. Intellectually you might believe you are worthy but emotionally you may not feel your worthiness. To feel it, breathe into your heart center in the middle of your chest and declare, "I am feeling worthy." Allow those words to fill your heart until you feel them deeply.
Thinking and feeling worthy causes the effect of self-worth. The outer world will reflect your self-worth with unexpected support, healthy relationships, acts of kindness, meaningful work, and joyful experiences. Be sure to notice the effects your thoughts and feelings are causing.
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