Women (and men) can discover what are the keys to loving themselves with the Radical Self-Love Summit starting February 12 2018 where each day you get insights from 10 + experts including Arielle Ford on what it takes to LOVE you.
The summit is particularly powerful because it reveals so many different angles on this topic of self-love.
How can you love yourself – let me count the ways… by showing how this summit covers all the aspects women can learn to create their dream of love:
- Arielle Ford shares how to find and keep love and attract your soulmate
- Stay in your existing relationship or call it quits for something more
- Navigate dating and being single so you enjoy the ride of finding love
- Maintain a loving relationship with your husband
- Heal old wounds to create healthier relationships
- Tips from a married couple on how they keep their love flourishing
- Powerful practices to reconnect you to your body and to your partner
From all of these different perspectives on self-love what you can discover is that love and finding love is about creating a deeply authentic understanding and relationship of who you are and what love REALLY is – not what the media and social media want you to think love is (or make you feel guilty about because you are not in some ideal romance).
One of the reasons I am so passionate about teaching on self-love and creating love relationships is that I know how debilitating a woman can feel when she is not in a relationship.
In my interview for the summit, I share with the summit’s host, Angela Holton from the LoveSanctuary.com, on the importance of Embracing your Sensuality.
In my journey to deeply satisfying self-love I discovered what was making me create negative experiences in my love relationships with men. It was a very old habit of looking for the man’s approval of me – to prove to myself I was ‘enough’ and attractive to their liking. I could never be enough when I was looking for approval outside of my body – and I became more and more dependent and scared about not being thin enough or looking like what society would call attractive.
The path I found to embracing who I was and to stop looking for approval outside of me was by discovering the power of sensuality and feeling deeply in my body. Most people when they think about feeling deeply in the body – will think of two things, sexual arousal and emotional depth. Sensuality is the bridge between emotions and sexual arousal. And in fact, without sensuality, sex is just a physical exercise.
Practicing the power of connecting to my senses allowed me to find the joy of my body that was not dependent on what anyone thought about my body. And it is so important these days to know that what you feel with and inside your body is so much more connected to who you really are. There are more and more expectations being put on women to look good, be successful and be these very unreal ideals of what a woman (and young girl) should be. And those expectations are only going to become more extreme.
So by tapping into your senses, your sense of what feels good, and makes your body come alive – you can practice focusing on what you feel as the biggest priority – and break the chain of thinking you should be what others want.
In the interview I share physical exercises to try to feel your body throughout the day – and the importance of playing with your body with music, dance, and meditation to feel more of your body internally.
When you start a journey of finally accepting yourself you will discover that if you truly want to stop depending on what others think and say about you and your body, you need to shift your focus to what makes you feel alive internally and sensually – and also you will automatically from doing that – shift your entire perception of what love is for you.
If you wish to hear the interview sign up for the summit here.