Embrace Wholeness and Find Your True Self
Wholeness means Embracing all that is You.
It doesn’t mean you have to be perfect, it’s about just being perfectly you, and always be growing into more and more of who you really are (which is fun and elevating!).
Wholeness is Awareness of Oneness.
There is no God out there judging you, you are doing it to yourself by rejecting aspects of yourself that you don’t love or have not yet accepted.
Wholeness is Loving Yourself Enough to BE Yourself.
It’s about being happy about the choices that you make in life and when you honor yourself in that way, then your ego is no longer trying to please other people’s ego’s, – You see through all that stuff.
Wholeness is health, it’s about having a healthy relationship with yourself, with that which you call “God”, and the things, activities and energies you choose to engage in.
You don’t have to be perfect, and you can live as you please, life is not about reaching some kind of perfection, but about truly and wholly embracing your own individuality and uniqueness.
Where you feel whole, complete, and at peace with yourself.
You don’t have anymore wars with yourself at this stage – You have reached Wholeness and become your God given authentic self, the you that you were always meant to be.
Now all aspects of yourself is working in perfect harmony to enrich and elevate your life in every way.
Wholeness means that you’re self-assured that you’re living in harmony with your values and with the freedom from external validation and approval.
Wholeness is Being All You Need to Be, for You.
You standing by you, with grace and love, feeling worthy and deserving, allowing yourself to receive by just being who you are, knowing that you are enough.
Having unconditional love for yourself, accepting all parts of yourself as valid, and feeling good about yourself and who you are without compromising or comparing yourself to other people.
Don’t Compartmentalize Your Being.
Have love for all aspects of yourself, for the fullness of who you are, Know Thyself, and understand yourself, get to really know and love yourself, that’s the most important thing you can do in life.
Wholeness is not achieved by shunning or ‘cutting off a portion of one’s Being, but by integration of the contraries’ (Carl Jung), that’s how you come into harmony with yourself, and that’s when the conflict ends.
Wholeness is your Holiness, it’s your Oneness with the Universe,
and from that Alignment, All Good Things Flow.
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