{LOVE NOTE} How To Heal Not Feeling Enough

Today’s Love Note is a continuation of the current series we are running sharing lessons from our acclaimed transformational process – The Self Love Affair.

In conjunction with this series, our Founder & Head Coach, Katie Phillips, is hosting a LIVE one hour training call every Tuesday at 2pm GMT over in our private Facebook Group – The Self Love Hub. Please do join us!

If you have missed any previous lessons or video trainings, no fear! – they are all available over on our Blog.

In continuation of the weekly lessons I am sharing from my Self Love Affair Process, this week is about getting comfortable with the idea of loving yourself.

So far, you’ve been digging through the layers covering up your fabulous true self. So, do you Dare to love your Mighty self?

Or are you still wincing at the thought?

Loving yourself is about getting to know your Spirit – the real you – and it’s also about loving your inner child.

What inner child?!?

She is the energy of your childhood emotions. Ever noticed yourself throwing a tantrum, feeling needy or acting out for attention? That’s her!

Your inner child holds onto the negative beliefs that were formed as an infant, when you felt somehow that love is conditional. That belief gave rise to two fears:

I am not enough

I am too much

Which boil down to a basic fear:

I am not loveable

As an adult, my inner child is still sometimes desperate for love and approval from others. By paying her attention, I can heal old wounds and make her feel safe enough to express her joy and playfulness.

When we love and honour the child within us, our relationships are no longer about fulfilling that neediness. We stop looking for a parental figure to nurture us because we know how to nurture ourselves.

Ready to give it a go?

Your daily practice

As you go about your day today, consider that you’re an adult nurturing a child. Let her know that you will spend time listening to her and getting to know her. Set an alarm on your phone every couple of hours to check in with her.

When she is worried or frightened, comfort her. When she is raging or sad, write out these feelings. Finish with, “I have heard you and I understand. From now on I promise to listen to you. I love you and you are safe.”

As your relationship with that voice develops, she’ll start to feel safe and chilled out. Your role then is to encourage her and give her permission to laugh and skip and dance and tell silly jokes!

Let me know how you go by commenting below – I love hearing from you! And join me at my next live session on Tuesday at 2pm (GMT)!

Love you,

Katie xx

Founder of The School of Self Love

P.S. I am speaking with women who are serious about creating deep transformation in their lives. My group coaching programme – LIVE LOUDER – is about to start up again. We have run this programme several times with great success. If you would like to talk to me about whether it’s the right fit for you, please click here. Very limited spaces only available!


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