Living in love is a conscious decision.
It’s a way of being. It’s how you show up in the world. When you live in love, you transform the world around you.
When my nephew was about one-and-a-half years old, he’d love on everyone and give them kisses. Then, thirty seconds later, he’d bite. That behavior didn’t sit well with me. This was during the time when I had first decided to live in a constant state of love. I didn’t understand his behavior, and it rubbed me the wrong way—you love me and hate me? He was very young, so what could I do? I can powerfully shift how I react, I thought. I said to myself, “I’m going to do everything out of love. When I write contracts, when I’m at the gym, when I react to him, it’s all going to be out of love.”
Be More Open to Loving Yourself.
Download Your Daily “What I Love About Me” Worksheet and remind yourself everyday that there are things you love about yourself.