"Love is not a feeling of wanting, but a feeling of giving." - Anon.
Love is a gentle force that flows freely, without asking for anything in return. It looks beyond imperfections and sees the purest form of beauty within each soul. It nurtures and cherishes those it loves, like a precious gift from the universe. Love whispers sweet nothings, and dreams of endless possibilities. It is kind, thoughtful, and forever in bloom.
What is unconditional love to you?
It's a powerful and transformative force that is often described as pure, selfless, and without limitations. It's often associated with the love that parents have for their children. In a romantic relationship, unconditional love means accepting and loving your partner for who they are, without trying to change or control them.
Unconditional love is not just limited to romantic or familial relationships; it can also be extended to friends, colleagues, and even strangers. It involves treating others with kindness, compassion, and respect, without expecting anything in return.
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We often get so caught up in loving and caring for others that we forget to extend the same love and care to ourselves. Unconditional love should include love for oneself as well. Sometimes, the most beautiful way to give love to others is to first give it to ourselves. When we nurture ourselves with love and care, we become overflowing with love that naturally spills over into our relationships with others.
Here is a sweet and super touching short video from Ted Talk about the effects of Unconditional Self-Love.
Unconditional Self-Love: A New Family Paradigm | Terri Britt | TEDxValparaisoUniversity
In the video Terri emphasizes that this new family paradigm is not about being permissive or neglectful, but rather about setting healthy boundaries and creating a safe and nurturing environment for children to grow and thrive.
She also shares that by recognizing our own worth and value, and learning to love ourselves unconditionally, we can break free from the cycle of conditional love that often permeates our family dynamics. Instead of seeking validation and approval from others, we can begin to cultivate a sense of self-worth and self-acceptance from within.
As we learn to accept and love ourselves unconditionally, we can also extend that same love and compassion to our family members. Based on unconditional love, we can provide a safe and nurturing environment for each member of the family to grow and thrive.
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Ultimately, the practice of unconditional love starts with ourselves. We must remember that self-love is not selfish or indulgent; it is the foundation from which all other forms of love can flourish. When we prioritize our own well-being and practice self-compassion, we become a reservoir of love, overflowing with kindness and understanding.
In conclusion, unconditional love is a powerful force that has the capacity to transform our relationships, families, and communities. When we break free from the limitations of conditional love and create a nurturing space for growth, acceptance, and understanding. We create a harmonious space where love flourishes effortlessly, positive change in our lives and the world around us.
Sending Love Your Way,
Isabelle Moon Team
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