What one thing to you want most in your life right now?  Do you know why you don’t yet have it?

What you want represents how you want to feel about yourself.  When you want something that you have not yet had, you’ll have it once you agree that you’re worth it.  You may feel worthy in certain areas and unworthy in others.  Do you have what you want in these areas?  Yes, means you feel worthy.  No, means you do not yet feel worthy, but you can and you will.  Satisfying relationships. Money and material possessions.  Being a parent, or a good parent.  Education.  Health.  Beauty.  Work you love.  You are entitled to have what you want!

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If something seems out of reach to you, you must visualize yourself having it constantly, over and over until it seems normal.  You must claim your worth.  Your eyes adjust to what they see.  After a while you won’t hear a squeaky door in your house because you get used to it.  You have adjusted.  But a visitor hears it loud and clear.  You become used to what you see in life whether it’s poverty, luxury, sickness, health, dysfunction, or love.

What would you choose if you could have any one thing in life right now?  What step would you take to believe that you are worthy?  Once you make the agreement that you are, in fact, worthy, it will find its way to you.  It wants you as much as you want it.  The steps and levels never end.  Personal growth is infinite.  You can always become bigger stronger and more powerful.  When you finally reach the top and you cross over to the spirit realm you will see you were worth it all along, but what fun is the destination without the journey?

 

Heather Hans, LCSW, MSW, MBA, CPIC, is a Visionary, Healer & Teacher, and the author of The Heart of Self-Love: How to Radiate with ConfidenceIt is Heather's firm belief that loving oneself is necessary to have fulfilling relationships and a successful life.