Love has many powers. It strengthens my body and mind and promotes peace and happiness.
I cherish myself. I take care of my mental, physical, and spiritual needs. I eat a balanced diet, exercise regularly, and get 8 hours of sleep. I meditate and pray. I speak to myself like a beloved friend. I build my motivation and resilience.
I spend time with family and friends. I build mutually supportive relationships. I ask for what I need. I talk about my feelings. I share laughter and fun.
Sharing love and affection makes my world seem friendlier and less threatening. The more love I give to others, the more I receive in return. My stress levels fall. I feel more secure. Helping others increases my confidence and gives me a sense of fulfillment.
I look out for my neighbors. I reach out to families in my community who may be struggling. I offer to pick up groceries and run errands. I resolve any conflicts tactfully and directly.
I help my coworkers. I offer encouragement and practical assistance. I provide constructive feedback and sincere compliments.
I let go of judgements. I am patient with others and myself. I slow down and look at situations from other points of view. I forgive and move on. I reduce daily frustrations and irritations.
Today, I rely on a loving heart for natural stress reduction. I use my words and actions to spread kindness and appreciation.
- How does my faith help me to be more loving?
- What am I teaching my children about love?
- What do I like about my favorite love song?