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Self-loathing is intense hatred directed at ourselves, often focused on how we look, or how we think we should look. When we stop believing all the things that are wrong with us, we may find a way to connect to the beautiful preciousness we innately are.
Learning to lose weight by making more loving choices
Denise describes how she dieted most of her life and her weight went up and down constantly. It was not until she started to make more loving choices by listening to her body that she stopped dieting and her weight stabilised
What is the Science of Appreciation and how does it evolve all of our relationships?
What is the Science of Appreciation and how does it evolve all of our relationships? In this audio, Serge Benhayon takes us deeper in to the science.
The way you move is vital to getting a job
Everyone wants to succeed in a job interview; we dress well, perhaps read up about the prospective company, and always arrive on time. But did you know the way you move not just in the interview, but in the days and weeks beforehand, is also a key factor?
We are not our hurts
We are not the hurts we have experienced but are whole and healthy beings who can live with joy. Read Jean’s article on letting go of our hurts.
Self-loathing and low self-esteem
Have you noticed just how much we use self loathing to reject ourselves? It seems that to have low self-esteem, low self-worth and to actively engage in self-loathing is absolutely acceptable in society, that it’s a ‘normal part of life’. How did that happen?
"Stronger" – Glorious Music Video
A song for everyone, ‘Stronger’ presents an inspiring message supporting girls and women to choose the inner strength that exists within them, to deal with the pressures faced in our world today.
Co-dependency aka ‘Pretzelling’ or the compulsion to comply
Watch this entertaining video on co-dependent relationship problems
Shakespeare’s Othello: How does a hero fall?
How does the hero fall? Packed with turbulence, intrigue, prejudice, deception, devoted and unrequited love, Shakespeare’s Othello lays bare the tragedy of our ignorance of our own true divine nature and the false forces that nudge us into mayhem and misery.