Episode 20 | November 17, 2020

Stellar Conversations: The Gift of Self-Love with Orion

A Personal Note From Orion

For various reasons, many of us find it easier to love others than to love ourselves. We often hear, “treat yourself how you’d treat your best friend.” We would never say or do mean things to the people we love. And yet, sometimes we catch ourselves critiquing our thoughts and everything we do.

Self-love is so much more than treating yourself to a day of shopping or a trip to the spa. It’s not just about eating the dessert you feel you deserve after a long week. It doesn’t mean that these things are wrong. In fact, if you’re having fun doing these activities, by all means, keep doing what makes you happy.

Self-love is also about being extra kind to yourself when you’re feeling defeated. Sometimes it means being sterner when you haven’t been eating healthy. It’s about accepting you’re only human and forgiving yourself for your mistakes.

In this Stellar Conversation, I dive deep into what it means to love yourself. I discuss what steps you need to take for you to get back to yourself and appreciate who you are. Join me as I share my own story of learning how to love myself. I wish you all light and love.

To get the transcript for the episode, including some great quotes, click here.

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