How Can Self Love Change Your Life and Keep Spirits Away 1

How Can Self-Love Change Your Life and Keep Spirits Away?


Self-Love: The Journey Towards Wholeness


Loving oneself embodies a profound sentiment; it's a stance punctuated by respect, acceptance, and a prevailing optimism towards one's own essence. It's about embracing our totality — with all the flaws and attributes, shortcomings and strengths. It's not a call to stagnation, but a gentle reminder that worth and love aren't tethered to accomplishments or errors.


Physical, Emotional, and Spiritual Care: The Pillars of Self-love

Those who harbor self-love prioritize their well-being across all spectrums: physical, emotional, psychological, and spiritual. This translates to adopting a wholesome lifestyle, allocating moments for relaxation, nourishing their bodies through a balanced diet, indulging in regular exercise, and circumventing scenarios detrimental to their well-being.

Yet, self-love isn't confined to self-care alone. It extends to setting boundaries in our interpersonal relationships. A self-respecting individual can utter a decisive "no" when circumstances warrant it, and they shield themselves from the caustic effects of toxic associations. Loving yourself implies surrounding yourself with those who uplift you, steering clear of those who seek to pull you into their storms.

Digging deeper, self-love is intertwined with self-awareness. It beckons a thirst to discern one's needs, principles, and core aspirations. This journey of self-discovery often involves introspection, meditation, and moments of deep reflection. It’s about being your strongest pillar, especially during turbulent times. Instead of succumbing to self-deprecation, one should approach oneself with empathy, understanding, and compassion. Positive self-talk, replacing self-critical thoughts with uplifting affirmations, is a hallmark of those who truly appreciate themselves.


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Beyond Ego: A Balanced Perspective on Self

Self-love, however, isn't about delusions of grandeur or overestimating one's capacities. It's a call for an honest self-appraisal, continually evolving, and aspiring to be better. Not because of societal pressures, but because of a heartfelt desire for self-alignment. This isn't narcissism. It's a balance between self-nurturing and caring for others.

Such traits are indicative of individuals resonating at elevated emotional or vibrational states. Their thoughts and emotions rarely plummet into the darker abyss of anger, jealousy, envy, sadness, frustration, guilt, anxiety, resentment, powerlessness, aversion, hatred, or fear. While these emotional troughs might visit occasionally, they don’t set up camp. Emotions are transient energy forms that graze our energetic systems; recognizing them, valuing them, and approaching them with empathy without getting ensnared is vital.


The Dangers of Negative Emotions and Spirit Possession

Many people make the mistake of permanently anchoring themselves in the aforementioned negative emotions. This leads to the transfer of their consciousness to humanity's low emotional levels, operating within the realm of the spirits of the deceased who did not find their way to the Light, to the astral and mental Heaven, through which we all pass between incarnations.

Sometimes such anchoring in the low astral world is dictated by individual karma. We acted intensely in these low emotional states in previous incarnations, and our current task is to balance this karma, experiencing in our own life what we have sent to others and ourselves. Hence, it's a short step to being possessed by the spirits of the dead, which brings great suffering, as being among spirits or haunted by them exposes us to negative emotions of the astral/emotional world with much greater intensity. Sometimes it's so strong that we lose our senses, becoming someone completely different, someone very negative.

We often encounter people in such situations on our path. It is difficult for them to shake off this karma, as it sometimes pours out on them in a strong stream. This is a sign of our times, a time of great polarization, of having to adopt one of two attitudes towards oneself and life – positive/light or negative/darkness. It is a time of great purification.

There is also a large group of people who have tied themselves to the spirit world inadvertently. From one moment of giving in to negative emotions, it has turned into a habit, from which these people cannot escape.

The good news, however, is that the Universe leads each of us towards good, even though our lives may seem to suggest the complete opposite. As a result, most of us are unaware that this continuous process of help is taking place incessantly. Sooner or later, everyone will go through this purifying process successfully and will be able to move quickly on their own towards magnificent heights of spiritual development. No soul will be forgotten by the Universe. Ultimately, self-love is a continuous practice. It's not always easy to love oneself, especially in difficult times, but it is the foundation for healthy relationships with others and an overall sense of happiness in life.



About the Author:

Michael, a co-founder of The Dr. Wanda Pratnicka Center, holds a B.A. degree in psychology and is a spiritual teacher and healer, with a specialization in spirit removal. Under the mentorship of Wanda Pratnicka, Michael gained profound spiritual insights into the nuances of spirit attachment phenomenon, and for many years, he played a crucial role in assisting her with the remote spirit removal process. In his leisure time, Michael finds solace in meditation, immerses himself in the timeless beauty of classical music, and cherishes tranquil walks by the sea.


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