Loving yourself isn't always easy. Once the honeymoon stage of falling in love with yourself is over, you have to dig deeper to keep the love alive and strong. When life bombards you from all sides, and your self-love gets tested, sometimes you don't know where to turn. What if difficult circumstances and other's opinions of you make you doubt your worth and beauty?
Falling Even Deeper is a 31-day devotional with snippets of wisdom and nuggets of love to help you deepen your self-love relationship. Each day covers a new topic and shows you ways to confront your shadow side - the part of you that you don't like or wish to ignore. It's done with gentleness and kindness and enhanced by real-life examples and daily affirmations to build a deeper and more solid and grounded love relationship with yourself.
Falling Even Deeper is still in the editing stages. I'm hoping to release it soon but I can't give you an exact date yet.
Here is a small excerpt from Day 2 - Give and Receive, Baby:
I admit that I’ve struggled with this so much in the past. Sometimes, a certain area of our lives has a dryness about it, like the flow has dried up. Maybe it’s the area of finances, or maybe it’s socially, or it could be in our creative flow.
Oftentimes, we struggle to come to terms with the fact that we do deserve abundant flow. We believe we deserve the dryness (for some or other reason). Yes, there are times of stillness—like winter, where we go into ourselves and do some inner shadow work, but those seasons are temporary, and they are meant to improve the ground of our hearts for new growth and a bigger harvest next time.
I’m not saying that we don’t go through difficulties; in fact, some people do have very difficult times in their lives. But there may sometimes be a blockage to receiving. There could be something in us that is holding us back from receiving with open arms.
I believe if we make peace with our inner child, it could open up our heart to receive. Love ourselves completely as if we were a child.
If we’re lacking love from others, there is enough love for us—from ourselves and from the many wonderful spiritual beings in The Universe. We are ultimately going to be okay. We are never alone. Just believe it.