Learning To Love and Accept Yourself Through Natural Aging

Aging in our current world is an interesting experience, isn’t it? We are all aging, and yet so many women feel so insecure about themselves when they look in the mirror.

I am not enough is a common belief within most of the women in our society. Let’s work on shifting that!

If I were to look within your DNA, I would not find it written anywhere, “This one is not loveable, youthful enough, or good enough”, would I?

Those are just stories that you made up about yourself, based on our society’s toxic conditioning and unrealistic expectations.

None of it is true though.

You are perfect as you are!

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Self-Inquiry for Self Acceptance

If you have the belief, “I am not ____ (fill in the blank) enough”, I invite you to take a journey through self-inquiry. Open your journal, and answer the following questions. Go as deeply into these questions, and as deeply into yourself as you possibly can, to really question and dissolve your beliefs. If you do this exercise as in-depth as you can, you should soon realize that none of the negative beliefs that you are have about yourself are true!

1. According to who?

If you have this belief, according to who are you not good enough? Do the people around you tell you that you’re not good enough, or is this belief your own? If others make you feel this way, ask if that’s really true. Or is it that YOU have this belief about yourself, and you’re over-analyzing what happens around you, while using that to subconsciously validate your belief?

2. Is it true in this moment?

Where is your proof? Most of our subconscious beliefs stem from our past experiences, usually in childhood. And most of the time, the story that we made up in our subconscious mind about the particular situation(s) is not the reality of the present moment, yet we hold onto these beliefs our entire lives, and self-sabotage ourselves, our goals and our relationships because of it.

3. How does owning this belief, cause me to act in my day to day life?

Most of us who have this belief will subconsciously hold ourselves back in relationships, from success and from reaching our highest desires, goals and potential because we believe we’re not loveable or worthy enough. Where does this unhelpful belief hold you back?

4. How would my life be different without this belief?

Once you consciously recognize where this belief is holding you back, now consider how your life would be different without this belief. If you had the highest self-worth, and believed you truly were good enough, who would you be? How would you act? What would change?

5. What is holding me back from being this version of me now?

Once you consciously recognize where this belief is holding you back, and who you would be, and how you act without this belief, ask yourself this question. Also recognize that no one is truly holding you back from becoming that person right now, aside from you!

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About Rachel Devine

Hi! I'm Rachel Devine, a Holistic Practitioner and the founder of Her Soul Intention. I help you understand and resolve your skin and health symptoms, so you can let go of the fear and confusion surrounding your symptoms, without the need for any elimination diets or strict protocols. My full approach to health and wellness is based on the Five Biological Laws of Germanic Healing Knowledge.