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Embrace the power of self-love with these 120 calming, thought-provoking reflections designed to boost self-compassion, understanding, and authenticity.

Loving yourself isn’t always easy. There is so much negativity around—criticism, impossibly high standards, perfectionism—it is easy to lose sight of how wonderful you really are. But with a little self-love, you can get back on track.

In Self-Love, you’ll find 120 reflections that will help you cultivate and strengthen self-love. From recognizing the power of your body to forgiving yourself for past mistakes, this simple yet empowering guide will provide the tools to reconstruct how you view yourself. Each reflection comes with a short exercise that will help you actively build self-love and not just view it as an abstract concept.

From self-loathing to self-compassion, you deserve to love yourself and celebrate the greatness within. So open your mind, take a few deep breaths, focus on the desire to change and you will learn to love yourself more than you ever have before.

About The Author

Devi B. Dillard-Wright is currently Associate Professor of Philosophy at the University of South Carolina, Aiken. Her academic work has appeared in many academic journals and focuses on the philosophy of mind, animal studies, and environmental ethics. Dr. Dillard-Wright converted to Hinduism and began publishing books on meditation, including, The Boundless Life Challenge, A Mindful Day, A Mindful Morning, A Mindful Evening, Meditation for Multitaskers, 5-Minute Mindfulness, and The Everything Guide to Meditation for Healthy Living. She lives in Augusta, Georgia with her partner, Jessica, and her three children, Atticus, Oscar, and Tallulah.

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  • Publisher: Simon & Schuster Audio (January 12, 2021)
  • Runtime: 4 hours and 17 minutes
  • ISBN13: 9781797121222

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