Think of something you love.

Maybe it’s your car. Your home. A favorite pair of shoes.

Whatever it is, I assume you treat this thing well. You handle it with care.

You don’t let people eat in your car. Your home is almost always pristine. Those shoes, spotless.

But what about that other thing?

That thing you can’t replace. You can’t buy another. Can’t trade it in for a better model. You only get one.

How do you treat your body?

We can talk about mindset and material success until we’re blue in the face, but it means nothing if you can’t climb two flights of stairs without getting blue in the face.

Why is that most people treat their possessions better than their own bodies? Their cars better than their hearts? Their homes better than the very bodies they have to live in every second of every day?

The answer to these questions is most certainty multifactorial. However, an often overlooked variable is how much (or how little) one loves oneself. 

On today’s episode of the podcast, Louise Hay explores how taking care of your body — eating real food, moving your body, and saying no to drugs — is an act of self-love. You deserve to feel good in your body.

Source: HOW TO LOVE YOURSELF Full Talk by Louise Hay

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