Are you worthy of unconditional love?
What would it actually feel like to be met with unconditional love? No conditions, judgements needing to curb your natural state of who you are to be seen and welcomed with love.
Perhaps you’ve felt it from someone or something – if so, you’re a lucky one!
“The biggest disease the world suffers from in this day and age is the disease of people feeling unloved.”– Princess Diana
While you may grapple with the idea that others may not see you for your beauty and love you for who you truly are, YET the bigger question is can you accept you for you? The depth of self love, worth and respect for self before commanding it from others?
Self worth is a hard emotion to overcome, to truly accept from a core part of self. The layers of pain may prevent the unboxing of your own worth from experiences that have tarnished the sweet soul as a child, young adult and adult who may have offered their heart to someone and got hurt in the experience.
I’m a firm believer everything happens for a reason and the reason for you to unravel and sift through the pain by looking at it, rather than leaving it the box in the furthest and coldest corner of the garage.
As human beings, what we know for sure is when there’s a challenge and obstacle to overcome something upon achievement is great pride, and a deep sense of success and empowerment. Whether it’s related to finishing school, gaining certification and or acceptance into an elite business culture or association. Life is made up of challenges to witness successes, yet we are sometime forced to pick the ones we want to engage with. Rather picking the most painful ones, with a knowing that once it’s achieved, life will be much smoother, lighter and more harmoniously peaceful.
So, once again, I ask, do you feel worthy of unconditional love? Where is the box that’s holding the memory? Perhaps it’s time to unearth it and take a deep breath to transform the emotions from the painful experience. It is much lighter, peaceful, and joyful on the other side.
Do you want to be part of the disease of feeling unloved, for you truly are?