So by now, after four days of ‘Why’, you’ll be knowing that there are tons of great reasons to allow yourself to get your self-compassion groove on. (I’m beginning to sound like a Hippie ….. lovely!)
The final ‘why’ I offer you is this:
You begin to be on your side: You have your own back. You’ve become your own friend, a compassionate ally.
Even though we cannot control external events in life – we never can – but we can our minds, our internal support, a strong a supportive place to be the Best You,
You look out for yourself.
You notice what you like about you, and use that wisdom to enhance your self-image, your self-awareness.
Self-compassion, related closely to self-acceptance, you create your own emotional, mental and spiritual safety nets.
You have faith in your ability to thrive through tough times.
Your heart gets the message that you love yourself. And knowing that you love you enables you to love others, without expectations, assumptions or judgement.
You develop a strong sense of compassionate confidence that supports you in all areas of your life. Compassion for you – and others.
During the second half of this 30-day challenge we’ll be exploring the ‘how’ of self-compassion. So check back in, join me and others on this incredible journey of your heartvoice.
And by the way, it won’t be all serious stuff. There’ll be music, poetry and lots more besides.
I look forward to your comments!
I’d love to hear your thoughts on all of this, and any of your questions. Email me: firstname.lastname@example.org; alternatively visit me on Facebook: Trudy Arthurs, the Compassionate Confidence Specialist.
Visit www.trudyarthurs.com to subscribe for my regularish free E-Notes – you’ll receive a free Compassionate Confidence e-book when it’s published. Looking forward to connecting with you, really soon.
Bye for now. t x
I’m based in Northern Ireland, and with the help of the magic of technology, work with clients around the world. Local work has included executive coaching in the Police Service of Northern Ireland and several major local business in hospitality, manufacturing, retail and not-for-profit sectors.
I’ve walked and lived the path of recovery from alcohol addiction and a diagnosis of terminal cancer in 2000 – and am still here. It’s my learnings and experiences from these that are making me realise where my real joy lurks.
Having delivered two tester programmes over the past four months, I am now upping my game. The dots and t’s are currently being added to a brand new series, open to women who want to be more profoundly compassionately confidence, to themselves and others – both personally and professionally.
To priority-register for details of my new compassion programmes, simply email email@example.com for info.
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