7 – I Love Myself
Working with the Best Accountability Partner in the World (see my Week 6 Post), I’ve noticed an increased sense of compassion for myself, a softness of sorts, an allowing. I believe that actions that I am taking every day, multiple times a day, are really helping me sense and feel the love that has always been there and will always be there.
So what am I doing?
First, the Master Key Experience Master Mind has transitioned to Scroll II in Og Mandino’s The Greatest Salesman in the World. The recurring theme is “I will greet this day with love in my heart.” It appears frequently in this scroll and is such a good reminder that we are from love and made of love.
Secondly, before I go to bed each night, I read
“The Gal in the Glass” (as mentioned in my Week 6 Post), I finish it off with “I love you, Lisa Domingo.” If you’re familiar with Louise Hay, founder of Hay House, she has often professed the power of mirror work and saying “I love you” to yourself while looking in a mirror. I find that when I love the person who I am with all the time, life is very enjoyable.
Thirdly, having done some self-growth work before, I have a deep sense of knowing that I am successful. This brings about a sense of peace…and not a sense of desperation of “I have to be successful.” I already know that I am.
Fourth, I find myself to be in excellent company, not just with myself (I am my biggest fan), but also my husband and friends. I find it interestingly amazing how a good friend of mine was saying how he doesn’t have time to hate anyone; it just takes too much energy. I couldn’t agree more.
Lastly, I’m making real progress on the incremental and significant steps to create the future I’ve laid out in my Definite Major Purpose (see my Week 3 Post for more on that). Each step, each action, each commitment made and kept leads me closer to the life I am here to live. Staying committed brings me great pride, a sense of “yes, exactly.” It’s a deep knowing that I’ve already created my life in the Invisible, and through my actions it manifests in the physical.
As I conclude this week’s post, I resonate greatly with this thought from Henry David Thoreau’s Walden, “I learned this, at least, by my experiment: that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams, and endeavors to live the life which he has imagined, he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours.”