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Do you feel worthy or unworthy, lovable or unlovable, adequate or inadequate, secure or insecure, alive and passionate, or numb? Do you have high or low self-esteem?

How do you feel about yourself?

Do you feel worthy, valuable, adequate, lovable, secure?

Or do you feel unworthy, worthless, inadequate, unlovable, insecure?


Do you believe that your inner child is worthy enough for you to take loving care of him or her, or do you believe that your inner child doesn’t have enough value to make him or her worthy of being loved by you or God?

Very often, when I ask my clients why they don't take loving care of themselves, their answer is "I'm not worthy of love. I have no value."

I always feel so sad to hear this. These people have very good reasons for believing that they are unworthy of love. Generally, they come from families where they were not seen and valued for who they were. They might have been abused verbally, physically, and/or sexually. Or, their parents felt unworthy and insecure and become the role models for self-abandonment. They either learned early that they have no value in the eyes of their parents or caregivers, or that they have no value because their parents saw themselves as having no value. They might have projected this onto God, believing that they have no value to God either. This leave them stuck trying to get their sense of worth and self-esteem through others' approval for their looks and their accomplishments.

But many of those clients who get tons of approval for looks and accomplishments, still feel badly about themselves. This is because they see themselves through the eyes of their programmed wounded self rather than through the eyes of their Guidance - the eyes of love. No matter how many people love them or approve of them, as long as they continue to define their worth through their wounded self, they will continue to feel badly about themselves.

This can present a conundrum. If you believe that your spiritual Guidance sees you as your parents or caregivers saw you or as they saw themselves, it will be hard for you to turn to your Guidance for the truth about yourself - or to even believe that you are worthy enough to have loving Guidance. Yet, unless you open to learning with your Guidance and give your Guidance the authority to define you, you will likely continue to feel unworthy.

How do you Discover the Truth About Who you Really Are?

Imagine a baby, any baby. When you think about a baby, is there anything about a baby that is not deserving of love? Most people believe that all babies, including those who are physically challenged in some way, are deserving of love. Why is that baby deserving of love and you aren't? Why is your dog or cat or other pet deserving of love and you aren't?

And how does that baby experience itself as lovable? By being loved by its parents or caregivers, and by having role models of loving self-care.

You will not discover the beautiful truth of who you are until you make the conscious decision to be caring toward yourself - toward your feelings and needs. Once you choose the intent to learn about loving yourself, you will begin to receive information from your Guidance, not only about loving actions toward yourself, but about who you really are.

I assure you that taking kind and caring action toward yourself will result in you discovering the truth - the beauty and magnificence - of your soul essence.

Start to free yourself from your feelings of insecurity, inadequacy, and unworthiness by taking loving action in your own behalf - and unleash the power, the creativity, passion and joy of your true Self!