Cultivate SelfLoving Presence

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Cultivate SelfLoving Presence - Abigail Tamsi

When you start a new day, do you immediately get on to the list of things you need to do or get ready for the places you need to go to? When you start a new year, do you jot down your New Year’s resolutions, list down all your goals, or maybe do some visioning? If you do, that’s great because it shows to me you have a passion for something better for yourself.

I wonder though if you pause first and be present. Do you allow yourself to be still and observe what is going on within you? Are you aware of your mind chatter? How is each part of your body feeling? What is in your heart begging to be expressed? Do you feel depleted or energised?

Self-Loving Presence is being with your self physically, emotionally, mentally and energetically. Becoming aware of what is present within you gives you a starting point for any area of your life. When you know where you are, either it feels good or not, you have a better capability to respond to situations that are in alignment with your core values.

SelfLoving Presence is a practice that can be easily cultivated any time. I myself use it as soon as I wake up in the morning to be aware of how I am feeling. When I know where I’m at, I know what I’m capable of doing, what I need, and what I would like to receive. When I practiced it regularly and really embodied it, it helped build an image of what my heart and soul really desire, so much so, that it showed me the contrasts between the life I’m living and the life I wish to live.

SelfLoving Presence has given me an avenue into my soul and a path to making the changes in my life towards my dreams. If I allowed myself to be simply pushed around by life instead of listening first to my self, I wouldn’t be here writing to you.

SelfLoving Presence is where change, transformation and the life you wish to live starts.

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2 Comments on “Cultivate SelfLoving Presence”

  1. Nice read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing a little research on that. And he just bought me lunch since I found it for him smile Thus let me rephrase that: Thank you for lunch!

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