Brag Your Way to Enlightenment

Looking for an unconventional path to enlightenment?

Lisa Hayes has thoughts on that, my favorite of which she gave permission to republish.

I love this particular tip for conscious creators because:

1) self-love is essential to high alignment,
2) alignment is the name of our manifesting game,
3) most people are unskilled at the art of self-love, and
4) bragging could be your untapped way to access it!

(The following excerpt is from 5 Steps Toward Enlightenment When Love and Light Aren’t Cutting It at ConfluenceDaily.com.)

Bragging is basically do-it-yourself therapy.

Really.

An adolescent version of a brag is pointing out you’re the best, implying obviously, other people aren’t as good as you.

The “humble brag” on social media is a perfectly designed post to make it look like you’re not still feeling like desperate teenager counting likes as if they are party invites.

But a grown woman bragging delights in the absolute unspeakable glory of being herself, thus making room for other women to do the same.

Bragging is good for the soul – and it takes practice. It’s crazy-uncomfortable at first to acknowledge out loud how absolutely amazing you are or what a blissed-out life you’ve created. However, the more you practice, the better you feel.

And here’s a secret, there is no harm in bragging even when you feel like a total loser. Sometimes you’ve got to speak some awesome into existence.

I mean, basically, therapy is about recovering your self-esteem or identity most of the time. So, why not just start digging yourself out on your own by practicing being fully transparent with your splendor?

And it’s a public service. It’s like holding the door of awesome open for other women to walk through.

So, brag it up – really. It’s a hell of a lot sexier than being self-deprecating or insecure.

Lisa HayesLisa Hayes is the Love Whisperer and an LOA Relationship Coach helping clients leverage the law of attraction to 

get the relationships they dream about and build the lives they want. Find her online at www.lisamhayes.com.

 

 

  • August 2, 2018
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