Practicing Impeccable Self-Care
You Cannot Serve From an Empty Vessel. Why Practicing impeccable Self-Care is NOT Selfish.
Do you sometimes feel guilty treating yourself to nice things like a massage or a day of pampering? It’s OK to prioritize your own self-care. You cannot serve from an empty vessel. You deserve to treat yourself with the utmost of kindness, love, and respect, every day.
Taking care of yourself and your needs is not selfish. The BLESSism for Practicing Impeccable Self-Care can help you fully acknowledge that your own maintenance and care is critical for your mental, emotional, and physical well-being and we think you’re going to love it.
Blessism for Practicing Impeccable Self-Care
I bless myself and know that it’s OK to prioritize my own self-care.
I know I cannot serve from an empty vessel.
I deserve to treat myself with the utmost of kindness, love, and respect.
Taking care of myself is not selfish.
Practicing impeccable self-care is NOT selfish.
I love myself enough to honor myself.
I fully acknowledge that my own maintenance and care is critical for my mental, emotional, and physical well-being.
I know I can’t properly take care of others until I take care of myself.
Taking care of myself and staying safe and well helps me care for others in a healthier way.
I bless my ability to set healthy boundaries.
I bless my ability to prioritize my own needs over others if necessary.
I fully realize and know that I need to secure my own oxygen mask before assisting others if a crisis happens.
Self-care means taking the time to listen to what my body, mind, and spirit are telling me.
This is my gift to myself today!
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