Inner Growth Exercise of The Day 94 – Embracing What Makes You Different From The Depths Of You

Exploring embracing what makes you different from the depths of you; pursuing complete embracing of your differences from your heart; how to identify when you are still working on complete self-acceptance with love of your ‘being different’; what things can help you recognize if healing and self-love are still needed; and how inner growth gets you to pursue this discovery by getting you to focus within; to see the external with neutrality in duality, as that opportunity to grow thanks to the challenge(s) presented through the differences with you (your within, the essence of you, the non-tangible) and it; and to pursuit flow, unconditional love, and harmony with the unknown, which also play a role in completely embracing from the depths of you what makes you different.

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April 4

Inner Growth Exercise of the Day: Embracing What Makes You Different From The Depths Of You

 

Exploring embracing what makes you different from the depths of you; pursuing complete embracing of your differences from your heart; how to identify when you are still working on complete self-acceptance with love of your ‘being different’; what things can help you recognize if healing and self-love are still needed; and how inner growth gets you to pursue this discovery by getting you to focus within; to see the external with neutrality in duality, as that opportunity to grow thanks to the challenge(s) presented through the differences with you (your within, the essence of you, the non-tangible) and it; and to pursuit flow, unconditional love, and harmony with the unknown, which also play a role in completely embracing from the depths of you what makes you different.

 

Tune in to the Inspiring Human Potential podcast on Anchor to hear more on the topic 😊

 

Your Inner Growth Exercise of The Day depending on where you are in your journey:

 

  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Beginners: Create a monthly list of all or a couple of the ways you felt different or were pointed out by others to be different in some way. For every difference you list: write something you appreciate about that difference; how it positively affects your life; and if there is something you’d like to transform about it, why transformation and how are you going to approach it (one thing you’re going to do from the heart to bring it forward).

 

  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Intermediate: Every time you notice you’re taking a stand on something you feel different about compared to others you are dealing with, take some time to identify where you can let go of external validation and judgement, as well as self-judgment. Decide on two to three ways you are going to let go and bring forth flow and unconditional love for self and others.

 

  1. Inner Growth Exercise for Advanced: For you it’s easier to pick up on moments where you are not completely embracing the ‘different’ you are from the depths of you; so as soon as you notice that heart-felt/inner core feeling that signals to you, you want to go within and bring forth self-love, love of life, and at least one thought on what subconscious/unconscious layer you need to further dive in to so you can bring healing to it. Contemplate this aspect until you feel you’ve reached some additional inner harmony, which you’ll know you have both from how you feel from within, but also for the ah ha moment(s) you’ll have at some point during your wise-heart self-contemplation.

 

Your turn – Share your experience with your inner growth exercise of the day depending on where you are in your journey😊

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