When did we stop making loving ourselves the first and final steps? Because I believe that in order to achieve true health, you have to come from a place of ultimate self-love. You don’t get the great body, and then get the great self-esteem.
Self-esteem (self-love) based on something that can change in an instant - looks, career, money, relationships - is false love.
When we truly love who we ARE - the part of us that never changes, that is eternal - all of our decisions become worthy of us.
We stop wanting junk food. We start craving nutritious treats. We want to move. We want to explore. We ask ourselves, “How does this serve me?” and act only on things that serve us well."
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