The following page is among the reasons I got, and still have, a Facebook account:
Oh, what a human trait it is to be!
Lots of times we tend to offer everything to anybody else – sometimes we even tend to drain ourselves in order to be the givers. We tend to believe the other deserves everything we could (and, sometimes, subconsciously press ourselves) to offer him/her, while we leave nothing to give us! 😯 Not to mention the situation of a lover! In that case we often tend to sell out even our underwear, just because we have found THE one!!!!
Hello!😂 Just let’s shake our heads everybody!
Where have we left THE ONE AND ONLY to deserve our affection and “whole lotta love” (to remember the famous song by Led Zeppelin. …!)? Eh, where?😕
Hmm. … scratch. ..scratch. … Oh, yeah! 😄
Here we are! It’s our ONLY AND ONE self that we have left/neglected/forgotten aside/behind!!!
Let’s start giving to OURSELVES our love and affection first, then, so as to have the reserve to offer them to others! 💖💖💖
I was wondering how easily we tend to lower our self-esteem 😪due to old traumas or our pesonality types according to George Paschalidis (http://georgepashalidis.com/).
Especially when sentimental issues are on the scene.
The law of attraction applies totally to this situation.
If we don’t value ourselves, here comes the one who doesn’t value us either. We put ourseves on sales and here comes the “right” person to become our mirror; to reflect our notion of ourselves. Here comes the one to offer us only a percentage of what we deserve.
And then we wonder: where is the one I desire? 😩 Why do I always run into persons who make me feel unsatisfied?
Well, it’s more than obvious:
Let’s upload our self-esteem and be satisfied with ourselves first and, then (like a miracle…🎇 wow!!!!) here comes the one who appreciate and satisfy us ultimately!
Yes, indeed! ☺ ☺ ☺
The thing is that, when we feel abandoned 😢 or rejected, we ARE 😓 afraid!
So we can’t have a clear sight or the tiniest bit of logic…
Thus, it is impossible to have the above truth in mind…
Therefore, there’s no way of loving ourselves…
That is to say, of wanting the best for ourselves…
Cause, when we respect ourselves, we want the person who is with us to feel -at least- lucky to be part of our lives!
“My concept is Love”, Alexander Milov says. “Figures of woman and man seat with their backs to each other, symbolising human insults and relations, but at the same time they support each other with their backs. These are the cages, which we drive ourselves into as we become older. The woman is in fetal position, meaning that all her worries are in her soul and heart. The man rests his head on his hands, showing that his worries are determined by his thoughts” (at Burning Man* at Black Rock City).
This is what the creator of this masterpiece of inspiration explained about it.
The first thing springing into my mind, though, was that -often violated or/and negected- inner child we all have hidden in us… Continue reading