Claudia Roth's A 28 Day Journey to Self Love is a guided journal aimed at leading you to know who you truly are. It helps you feel less stressed and anxious and to value life more.
The journal is to help quiet the mind and allow for free flow writing and contemplation. Using inspirational texts as well assignments will open the gate to your heart and let your "inner voice" come through uncensored, leading you into peace and new awareness.
Self Love is a state of being that allows you to connect with life in its fullest sense. In this state, you see that you are life, rather than life being something that is happening to you.
A 28 Day Journey to Self Love introduces ancient and yet most contemporary teachings in a light-hearted and hands-on manner. It has potential to de-clutter your life of self-images that no longer serve you and to awaken you to joy and inner fulfilment.
Self Love is often misunderstood and sometimes right-out rejected concept. Some mistake it for selfishness, and others harbour too many false beliefs ("I'm not worthy') to even consider it. Developing Self Love is a most unselfish act. Only when we feel truly worthy of ourselves, can we love others, too, for whom they are, rather than for whom we want them to be. This, in turn, can heal our relationships to others.
The 4 weeks are structured to focus on:
WEEK 1: "Ordinary" (Extraordinary!) Life: Covers issues such as your inner critic, opinion of others & vulnerability.
WEEK 2: The "Who am I" Question: Brings spiritual teachings closer to you and guiding you to question 'is there something else beyond and beneath your thoughts'?
WEEK 3: Becoming the Witness: Going deeper into "implementing" being more of the witness, no longer so easily and far pulled into the dramas of your life.
WEEK 4: Also Every Day Life: Adding further steps towards living the new self, every day with strategies for remembering and embodying what has been understood.
As one reader put it, "I am speechless, which doesn't happen very often. I am halfway through and have experienced so many emotions, from 'wow', to 'that makes sense', to tears. Extremely well written, and explained. Those are my first impressions which I felt I had to let you know right now. I am spellbound by this..."