Rachael Wolff, author of Letters From A Better Me, has written a new blog post on how grateful she is to feel worthy of life and love. Read this beautiful post here.
I’m grateful I feel worthy of life and love. This wasn’t always true. I went a very long time feeling that I was unworthy of love and life. On the surface, I hid it well. I used to do so much for others to the point where I gave myself away. I talk about the dangers of this in my book, Letters from a Better Me. If we aren’t giving for the right reasons and we are giving to seek worth, WE DON’T HAVE IT! When we do that, our giving depletes us and we feel resentful, which means we are attaching to fear, lack, and separation. It took me a long time to understand that feeling worthy would change everything from my relationships to the way I give.
I’m so grateful I have such great connections with others, but there is NO person outside of myself who holds the key to my worth. Me, being here in this moment right now means, I’m meant to be here and I have a purpose here. As long as I project love, abundance, and peace, that is what will come back to me. There is a reason that I write what I write and do the conferences I do, I want people to take their keys back from anyone they gave them away to. Our perspectives on our worth drive our feeling, thoughts, beliefs, and actions. The beautiful part is that we aren’t stuck anywhere where we don’t want to be internally. Our brains are so powerful, but if we give our power away by putting our worth in someone else’s hands, we tie up our own. I’m grateful I feel worthy of life and love, because the other way of living and feeling was way too painful.
Today, I commit to showing myself I’m worthy of life and love. I show myself I’m worthy by taking care of myself. I don’t neglect myself to prove my worth to others. Writing is one of the ways I take care of myself. Staying in gratitude is a way I take care of myself. Eating foods that my body agrees with is a way I take care of myself. I show myself love by doing the things I would do for the people I love—FOR ME. I give myself quality alone time, even if it is 30 minutes. When we show ourselves we are worthy of life and love, we show others how to treat us. When we show ourselves we aren’t worthy of life and love, we show others how to treat us. If you are getting walked on by others, you had to lie down in front of them for them to be able to do that. When we have a healthy relationship with ourselves, we don’t lie down on the ground to be walked on. We have healthy natural boundaries. We can’t FAKE this! When we fake it, people know it. Our energy gives us away no matter what is coming out of our mouths. This is an inward journey worth taking and it IS the path to empowerment.
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If you are truly interested in taking this journey, I’m here. I’m about to launch a personalized 35-Day A Better Me Boot Camp for individuals and small groups (created by the participants). I will only have a maximum of 9 spaces a month, so that I can give each person who signs up the attention it takes REALLY make a difference. This is all inner work, so not everyone is ready for this level. If you are interested and want more information, press on services. Send me a message. You must write an actually message or WordPress puts it into the spam file.
With Love, Abundance, and Peace,
©Rachael Wolff 2020
How Becoming an Empowered Woman Transforms the World
THE EMPOWERED WOMAN follows the belief system that is best explained in a quote by Byron Katie: “The most attractive thing about the Buddha was that he saved one person: himself. That’s all he needed to save; when he saved himself, he saved the whole world.”
The letters work in different ways depending on the chapter and part of the book.