Let me tell you about my Self-Compassion card (SoulCollage® cards are for personal use and SoulCollage® does not advocate infringing on the copyrighted work of others in any way so my card cannot be shared here):
I love the seeds blowing in the wind, it reminds me to be careful what seeds I am planting with my words and self-talk. I’ve come, over the years, to realize that I am co-creating, and the words I think and say truly do matter. I want to plant seeds of love and kindness and always have hope.
The woman with the crown reminds me that I am a child of God, and that’s how I should talk to myself. I was made in the image of God. I love this quote by Laurie Beth Jones: “Nowhere in the Gospel does Jesus put himself down. He was full of self-knowledge and self-love. His ‘I am’ statements were what he became.”
And then I’m not sure about the gift, but it had to be on there - maybe to remember to treat myself as a gift? Is she unwrapping or wrapping, I don’t know, but she’s very intentional and has taken the time to decorate this gift. I want to take the time to care for myself and treat myself and my life as a gift. I want to stay present too and not in the past or the future, where I often find myself being harsh and critical. The present is precious, and so am I.
If you could use two hours to release perfectionism and treat yourself with some compassion, I hope you will join us this Tuesday. We are going to be doing a great activity on talking to yourself like someone that you love that you could then use with your family and kids and more! Hope to see you there. Find out more at www.daringdiscoveries.com/wholehearted
*Please note, I am NOT a SoulCollage® Faciliator (as of July 2020 I am). I am just applying information for my personal use from a program and Seena B. Frost’s book, SoulCollage® Evolving.
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