I was struck when watching a TV programme called ‘The Tribe’. When they constructed a replica of a UK house in the middle of the Nambia Dessert to reflect how a British family lived and how a tribe lived. What stuck me the most was when tribe women who had never see themselves in a mirror did not recognise who they were. They thought the person looking at them was someone else. The western women were then struck by how many times in a day you look at yourself. For me when it struck a cord to what breaks down inside you when you stop being able to love who you are. For me over the years of learning to create an environment to build a relationship with who I am. The Mirror has become the centre piece to my life. In 2002 I was at a cross roads in my life and I was questioning once again ‘Who am I?. I felt as lost as I had done 4 years before and after spending 4 years in training in therapy, self-help and other western tools. I was still missing a connection to being able to love me in the way I was seeking to be loved.Read More
Self-Love, Self- Help, Self-Empowerment, Self-Realisation are the key to unlocking your potential for personal growth and development. Because the home of self-love is nowhere else but inside every cell of your being. Each cell holds your key to success when you learn to give yourself love in the way in which reflects to you your highest good.
Self-love is you foundation from which you learn to give your self-love. Which sounds really simple. But is in fact the number 1 tool of transformation. When you have a personal crisis then you are not loving who you are in the way you seek to be loved. One sign of a personal crisis is that you are asking others to love you when you cannot love who you are. This means you are either consciously or unconsciously giving your power to another person.