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Simple Ways to Create More Self-Love

Simple Ways to Create More Self-Love

Create Self Love in Your Life Today! I am so excited to start the Real Love Revolution free video series this week exploring ways to create more love (self love and other love) in your life. Take a moment before watching to assess your feelings about yourself right now. How do you speak to yourself when you make a mistake? Do you feel worthy and lovable? How valuable do you think you are? This week is all about uncovering common behaviors that that can reinforce low self-esteem and block self-love, and in this video, I specifically cover: Flipping the script on negative self-talk Becoming aware of the Disease to Please Learning to brag in a healthy way Effective affirmations for building self-esteem The power of accepting a compliment Tackle the exercises in this video and leave me a comment here on the blog to let me know what surprised or challenged you. And head on over to my YouTube channel to subscribe so you’ll have direct access to the Real Love Revolution video series when they go live each week, and please share them on social media to spread the love. I am so lit up about leading you on this Real Love Revolution journey! Are YOU ready for a revolution? This video will be the first of many going forward that are designed to help anyone who is willing to uncover and transform any limiting or negative beliefs about self-love.  Loving yourself can be as simple as you want it to be. If you take the time to follow the simple steps that I have laid out in the...
57 Misha Lambert – Being Your Own Hero of Pretty

57 Misha Lambert – Being Your Own Hero of Pretty

“Find women role models who have made a life for themselves totally outside of beauty standards.” – Misha Lambert Today I am diving deep into how young women in our society can become their own hero of pretty and take back their power to be self determined when it comes to their value and worth. I’m interviewing Misha Lambert, twenty two year old author of Hot Girl: Thoughts on Young Womanhood. I met Misha through a mutual friend and a particularly brave and honest post about her ‘bikini body’ inspired me to reach out to her. Her book is raw, revealing and gives us insight into the struggles of millennial women who have been inundated with images of the way they should look by the media since birth. Misha is questioning the status quo and inspiring young women to reject objectification and embrace their power to decide for themselves their value. She is funny, honest and wise beyond her years. In a world obsessed with how other people see you, Misha asks you to harness the power of truly seeing yourself.   You can Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or TuneIn   “What needs to happen for young women is that we need to figure out how to love what we have, and not only love what we have but take what we have and make that the thing.” – Misha Lambert Show Notes: What inspired Misha to write her book Hot Girl Why she decided to self publish How Misha edited her book Why girls need to be their own hero How to find a good...
39 Cassandra Bodzak – Recognizing Your Power Through Meditation

39 Cassandra Bodzak – Recognizing Your Power Through Meditation

  So many of you who listen to my show are looking to create expansion in your life. You’re on a path of self discovery, interested in transformation and ways to become more illuminated. I am interested in shining a spotlight on the next generation of  light workers and leaders who are putting themselves out there to help people. Healers who’ve had their own dark night of the soul experience that they use to help others make their way back to the light. Today I’m interviewing one of those amazing women, Cassandra Bodzak, who is a meditation and wellness teacher as well as a speaker and an author. I wanted to have her on the show because I was interested in her take on meditation and how she’s bringing it to this younger generation of people. I am curious about what inspires people to get on this path early in life and how sharing their experiences helps to lessen the suffering of others. Why Wait? Decide to enjoy your life RIGHT NOW! @Terri_Cole {CLICK TO TWEET} Tune in to hear how Cassandra came to her meditation practice, how she set boundaries, and why you shouldn’t wait for the good part of life to begin. (Hint: There is no time like the present to create the life you desire.) Cassandra is also gifting you guys her Beginner’s Guide to Bliss, so you can scroll down and download that as well.   You can Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or TuneIn   “I was finding more joy in my life and allowing myself to not feel guilty about feeling joy in simple things...
Mean Girls

Mean Girls

  I want you to think back to your middle school days: were you a mean girl? Or were you a victim of a mean girl? In school there’s a pecking order to popularity and power. I have so many clients who come to me full of regret for the way they acted towards other girls in their youth or still carrying wounds from their childhood experiences with bullies. For these experiences to change, the system needs to change. We need early intervention and guidelines for a new way of being. We need tools and strategies that will teach young girls how to be supportive of each other, how to communicate with each other in a healthy way, and how to be real friends. Support your Sisters by Standing up to Bullies #SaySomething #TellSomeone via @Terri_Cole {CLICK TO TWEET} This leads me to my amazing guest on today’s episode of Hello Freedom, Emily Greener. Emily heads up a powerful organization   I Am That Girl, who teaches girls on five continents to love, express, and be who they are. Their vision is that a girl’s physical, emotional, and mental well being are all rooted in her self worth. I Am That Girl is helping girls transform their self doubt into self love. They teach girls how to connect with each other in healthy ways. Emily leads with her own vulnerability. It’s her passion for people that helps her create an impact on these girls, and she is walking the talk. She leads by example. Healthy girls become powerful women doing good work in the world. We have the power to...

18 Meggan Watterson – How to Love Yourself (And Sometimes Other People)

Today we’re talking about love: loving yourself, and how that love can help you love others. And to help me talk about it, I’m bringing in a leader in the field of feminine divine and spirituality, Meggan Watterson. I first met Meggan at her first Reveal conference, where she told her incredible story about her studies, her pilgrimage to sites of the divine feminine, and her understanding of herself as a spiritual misfit. Meggan’s new book, How to Love Yourself (and Sometimes Other People) was written with her co-author Lodro Rinzler, and is packed full of spiritual advice for modern love and relationships. The content is so accessible, and we share a lot of the same beliefs about how self love is the path to true love. I think you’ll love our conversation all about loving yourself and others. Thanks for listening in. You can Subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, SoundCloud, Stitcher or TuneIn   “Ultimately, that outward search for finding that source of love that’s going to be limitless and unconditional needs to be directed inward.” –  Meggan Watterson Show Notes: How she met co-author Lodro Rinzler People’s desire to feel worthy of love Why people sabotage love that comes into their lives How our capacity to love ourselves correlates with our capacity to love someone else What creates codependence “At the root of our search for love is this need to feel worthy of it.” – Meggan Watterson   How our interior world is reflected back to us The importance of understanding what we want sexually The difference between sex and sacred sex Why you have to be courageous to love yourself...