Do you have an idea in your head of what your highest self looks like? Do you find yourself focusing so much on becoming that person that you ignore your internal needs?
We often convince ourselves that the only way to achieve our goals is to follow strict steps and add more and more into our lives, despite what our intuition tells us. We believe that being “a perfectionist” or “people-pleaser” is who we are, rather than behaviors caused by anxiety. Today’s episode of The Self Love Breakfast Club is all about taking care of yourself and listening to your gut, so you can shed the destructive coping strategies preventing you from achieving what you truly want.
Tune into this week’s solo sesh for a conversation with host Chrystal Rose about what it means to be your highest self and “releasing the attachment of how you get there.” Learn to embrace your feelings, accept the obstacles you cannot control, and discover that finding alignment is the key to becoming your best self.
- “No one at their very core self essence is a perfectionist. No one at their very core essence is a people pleaser. Because that is a coping strategy.” (2:52-3:02)
- “Your highest self is you fully expressed. It’s you living in alignment. It’s you listening to your gut and your intuition.” (4:07-4:19)
- “You can be happy, you can get to where you want to go. You just need to release the attachment of how you get there and turn inward and take care of yourself.” (16:56-17:10)
- “The real stuff is your energy, the real stuff is your state of being. And if you are so deeply rooted in who you are, and you have worked through your shit, you’re going to attract other people, you’re going to attract what you want. Because you are going to be in alignment.” (17:56-18:19)
- “I had to stop asking how, and I just had to start being me. Asking myself every single day, what do I need today? What do I need?” (21:11 – 21:23)
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