2020/08/25 at 9:57 pm

Being me makes me happy. Happiness is my natural state of being. Love makes me happy. I am one with God when I am filled with love.

My body is a temple, a divine gift to be nurtured, a vehicle for beautiful life experiences. To love life is to take good care of the body and to be mindful of our lives every step of the way. I live a healthy life to fulfill my purpose to be the best of myself for myself and others.

I enjoy adventures in the world. My true adventure in life is the journey to be myself. My quest is to learn. It is a journey within me, into the world, and in a relation to what is beyond. It is spiritual and practical at the same time. Learning is who I am. My journey of self-discovery leads me to venture towards the unknown.

I am growing, and as I grow, I help others grow. I share my journey and what I learn along the way. I appreciate others. I share my joy and happiness with others. Sharing my happiness makes me happy. Listening to the sharing of others’ life journey and struggles is an honor that I cherish.

I give love to live a life of love; this is my vision for humanity.

God brings special people into my life. They are gifts to me as I am to them. My loved ones are the other pieces in my life’s puzzle. My family is important to me. Good friends make me a better person. Belonging to a community gives me roots. Spending time to grow together makes this world a better place.

I live a life of purpose. By being fully who I am, I help others be fully who they are. We complement each other in a special way. We fulfill each other’s destiny. Living a life of love fully makes the world a better place.

Our love is a testament to God’s grace and glorious embrace. Our children are a testament of our love. Being a parent is a the greatest honor and the most important task in our lives. Being a parent teaches me to be the best person I can be and what it fully means to love. I am taking part in the continuous process of creation.

My true wealth is within me – it is my love, my love for humanity and my faith in every person, every moment, every part of the earth, the great beyond. I am here to share my love and the world appreciates me for it. Helping people feel true joy is my greatest joy. Our sharing creates a flow of wealth for all to enjoy.

I am living a life of ultimate abundance. Life gives me everything I could ever want – simple and present: the people I love, the beauty of the earth, the life we cherish together.

I do what I love which I do best. I help others and touch them by being me. I convey my love and the goodness of life through my work.

I am here to live my life in fullness.

I am creating myself in faithfulness to the ultimate mystery beyond my imagination. I am mindful to live a life of balance, mastery, and beauty in an evolving time and space as a part of life on earth.

Book: “Self-love: Discover the treasure within you”

This book started with a lunch with my dear friend dr. Sonia Wibisono, and her friend Cindy, who is a meditation expert. Along the way we met Julie, a writer and personal branding coach. Sonia then invited drg. Annisa, a media personality, and Ms Vriti, an early childhood specialist, to join us. The book shares our journeys to discover ourselves. We share different stories – of bullying, of losing their parents to death or divorce, of being overworked and neglecting one’s selves, and of finding how self-love is a responsibility, especially for parents – just like we have to put on our own oxygen mask before we can help anyone else on the airplane, even our children. The book highlights the importance of caring for our own wellbeing, especially as women are often cast in the role of caring for others first. The book also provides exercises for readers to find their own path to self-love.

To order, please contact Bu Hartin: +62-812-8940-7126 (wa)

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“Self-love reminds us that we exist because of love. Love exists in our very depths. Sometimes we need to be reminded to re-ignite it. We need to learn to dig, to unearth the hidden wellspring of love. We are invited to practice caring for ourselves, loving the person we see in the mirror – is she unwell, tired, needing attention? How can we love her every day, so she can grow to be more loving?”