My Recipe for Love

laura-silva-photo-smallSpecial for Valentine ‘s Week
… ———
(yourself and

others) ———-

Step 1. Be yourself (and accept yourself)

“We should not be afraid to stroke, feel, show emotions. The easiest thing in the world is who you are, what you feel. The hardest thing is to be what someone else wants you to be. “

Leo Buscaglia tells us this in his book ” Love “.

And quite right …

How much time do we spend trying to be someone we are not?

How long we compare ourselves with others and feeling bad about it?

“Nature never repeats itself. Our fingerprints are different, and we are different. We are bound to be different. When we accept that, then there is no competition and there is no comparison. Try to be like another wrinkle our soul. We have come to this planet to express what we are. ”
Louise L. Hay

Do you understand the importance of being yourself and accepting yourself?

As this excellent author says:
“Trying to be like another ARRUGA our soul” …

Do not wrinkle and remember, “the largest stock market where you can invest it in yourself. The discovery of this truth is better than finding a gold mine. “

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Step 1: Exercise

1. Grab a pencil and paper or if you want to do it directly on the
computer (use no matter what the important thing is to write it ).
2. Close your eyes and take two deep breaths.
3. Now, answer and write at least 5 sentences on this question:
What are my strengths? What I do and do it very well? What are my gifts?
4. Repeat the question a few times and get a list of things.
Tip : Do not think, write the first thing that crosses over her head.
5. And there you have your list of unique gifts, those who you have been given and that make you special ????

Step 2. Amate (and ama)

“To love others you must love yourself … You can only give to others what you yourself have.” Leo Buscaglia again in his book Love. And nothing more true.

And let us a little more …

“When you love yourself, you will love others. And in the depth and extent that you can love yourself, only in the depth and extent you be able to love others. “

So this is my proposal for today (and beyond):
Accept yourself.
Recognize your strengths, your accomplishments Felicita,
Admirate. (is your No. 1 fan????

Step 2: Exercise

And to start, do this little exercise (taken from the
book “You Can Heal Your Life” by Louise L. Hay)

1. Take a small mirror and look at yourself in the eye.
2. Say your name and adds, “I love and accept myself exactly as I am.”
3. Repeat this exercise a few times per day.
(And then tell me how you feel)

Step 3. Beware

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Another great suggestion Louise L. Hay:
“Ten thoughts that make you happy. Do things that make you feel good. It deals with people who make you feel good. Eat foods that make your body feel good. Go to places where you feel good. “

Our body is what allows us to have this experience on Earth, and the more we respect and take care, our experience will be better.

Avoid stress and high anxiety, try to rest and sleep and finally …

Step 3: Exercise

Lei this in the book “A New Earth” by Eckhart Tolle and found it excellent:

Accept – then act. No matter what the present moment contains, accept it as if you had chosen. Always work with it, not against it . Make it your friend and ally, not your enemy.
This will miraculously transform your whole life. “

This is my proposal, “Do not fight with Reality” (she always wins and you stay stress).

Take a deep breath and accept it.

By Last!
My Secret Ingredient!


This is my secret ingredient … Meditate.

Meditation is good to spend time with yourself, helps you relax, eliminate stress and anxiety and more than anything, to appreciate you and appreciate all the good things you have around you.

And best of all, you need not spend much time!

As we would say in Silva, 5 minutes a day is good, 10 is very good and 15 is excellent.

Look for the option that works best but you do. Seriously, you will see how your life will change.

Let follow better and better!

A hug,

Laura Silva