Posted by Judy Moon
You. That’s right You. Yourself. That beautiful spirit that greets you in the mirror.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and it is a swirling world of red, pink, lace, roses, chocolates, love notes… all of which I love, but not everyone is submerged in romance right now.
I am inviting you to start a romantic relationship with someone new – yourself!
We’re talking radical self-love here.
Rather than getting back on my soap box, preaching about unconditional self love, let’s look at this as a soft, gentle reminder, a kind of “Valentine to Your Soul”.
In a former post, I talk about the technique called Mirror Work – looking yourself in the mirror and saying ” I Love You”. I know it sounds so corny and so silly, but I promise you it will have a profound shift in your life. It has for me.
Dr. Masuro Emoto did amazing experiments with water. He exposed samples of water to different stimuli, words, music, etc. He then froze the water, looked at it under a super duper special microscope and found that the water exposed to beautiful words, like love and gratitude formed beautiful intricate water crystals. Water exposed to negative words like hate formed ugly blobs.
Why is this important to us???
Our body is 70-90% water.
So, what do you want to say to the water in your body?
What kind of vibration do you want to send to your cells? Love? Hate? Fear? You suck? Your hair looks stupid? You look tired? You rock? You’re awesome? I’m proud of you?
I know what I want to say to every single cell in my body.
We sometimes say things to ourselves that we would NEVER say to or about anyone else. Why is that okay?
So let Valentine’s Day be a catalyst to being a little kinder and sweeter to yourself. Imagine those beautiful crystals inside all of the water in your body, in your blood, in your cells.
Happy Valentine’s Day, I love you!