One Day at a Time

Just for today I allow myself to be ME.  I do not have to improve myself.  I do not have to beat myself up for not being all that I know I can be.  I do not have to force myself to live up to some expectation I, or others, have of me.  Just for today I give myself permission to just be who I am.  Right now.  In this moment.  Not to worry about who I should be, could be, would be.  I accept myself as I am now – with all my flaws, all my imperfections, all my doubts, worries, fears, and issues.  Today I will savor each moment of my life as it is right now without worrying about what happened yesterday or what will happen tomorrow.  It is good to be ME.

Allowing and accepting yourself is part of the healing process.  It is impossible to heal your body without healing your mind.  Accepting yourself and allowing yourself to be who you are is vital to creating health.  Dis-ease finds an open door when we are not at ease with who we are.  So enjoy being YOU and then it will be easy to give your body the foods it craves because you will be in tune with your senses.

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3 Responses to One Day at a Time

  1. Mrs. Mitch says:

    I am so proud of you. It’s all worth the work. I made a new word – workth.

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  2. glosue says:

    Reblogged this on Gloria's Blog and commented:

    Reposting from 2010 as I needed this reminder today. Sometimes I get so caught up in trying to fix everything – myself, my work, my passion, my mission, that I forget the importance of living in the moment and being grateful for all that I have and all that I have accomplished. So today I allow myself to just BE and not beat myself up for not DOING something.

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