There are days when we wake up and don’t like the person we see in the mirror. The self-doubts, the worries, anxieties, stress; they’re whispered in our ear by a voice inside that tells us we’re not good enough.
This is a practise I’ve used from time to time, when needing to remind myself of my worth.
It’s from bestselling author and yoga teacher, Jennifer Pastoff. I hope you find it useful.
“Write a love note to yourself. Write it from someone else’s point of view. It can be a real person or a made-up person. Start with the line: Dear [your name], If you could see what I see, you’d see that you are ______.
Write about what they see in you, what they find beautiful. I call this practice “In the Voice of Someone Who Loves You.”