Befriend you. Get to know yourself. Learn more about what you like and what you do not like. Knowing yourself better is the best way you can treat and know other people as well. Be honest with yourself and others. Don’t be afraid of being honest with yourself or others. Be honest about your feelings, thoughts, and opinions even though it may hurt them in some ways. Learn to love yourself more than anyone else can ever love you or anything else in this world because only you are capable of loving yourself more than anyone else can ever love you.
Be integrity with yourself. Be honest about what’s holding you back from being more productive and successful in life. If you don’t address your issues, there’s a good chance they will continue to haunt you and affect your happiness and success. That means making sure you’re not creating a false image of yourself. It’s okay to be human and make mistakes. Your mistakes don’t define who you are as a person unless you let them define you. The first step is to acknowledge that you have a problem with this. For example, if you’re always late for appointments, write it down as an issue, then work on changing it.
Be just with you. Be fair to yourself; don’t hold yourself to impossible standards. When you feel like giving up, try to keep going. Life is much easier when you’re not constantly comparing yourself to others. Don’t get too worked up over mistakes or failures; everyone experiences them and they are a natural part of life. Stay positive by focusing on your strengths and abilities rather than your weaknesses or shortcomings. You deserve to be happy. You deserve to feel good about yourself. You deserve to be loved and accepted for who you are. Remember that every time something bad happens, something good will happen as well.
Be gentle with yourself. Be patient with yourself and others. Learn from mistakes, failures, and rejections without beating yourself up about them. Listen to your body and mind. Be kind and compassionate towards yourself. Accept your flaws, imperfections, and humanness. When you are gentle with yourself, you can be gentle with others; when you are compassionate with yourself, you can be compassionate with others; when you accept your flaws and imperfections, you can accept the flaws and imperfections of others; when you love yourself for who you are, for what makes us unique, then you can love others for who they are too. You are not perfect, but that’s what makes you beautiful.
Be compassionate with yourself. Have a good relationship with yourself. Be kind to yourself. Accept and love yourself as you are. The world is not a gentle place, but, indeed, you don’t have to be. you can choose to be kind, compassionate, and loving to yourself. You can choose to see what is truly beautiful about you and then acknowledge it. You can learn to accept your flaws and imperfections without judgment or criticism. The next time you’re struggling with a situation, try to remember that you are not alone. Everyone is a human being and everyone makes mistakes.
Be that which you desire in another. You are not what you think you are. You are what you think yourself to be. If there’s something about your best friend that you admire and would like more of in yourself, make it a point to do more of it in your own life. Be honest about your feelings and opinions. However, try not to judge other people’s opinions or feelings as wrong or bad just because they’re different from yours. You can’t expect to be treated well unless you treat others well. And you don’t want to be the person who always takes and never gives.
Be not afraid to acknowledge your true Self, your inner essence. You are the universe in a human form, and the universe is in you. You are one with all that exists. You are truly divine. Know that no matter what happens in the world around you, you will always be safe and secure within your own heart. If only for a moment, let go of all negative thoughts and feelings, as well as any concerns about yourself or your life. Ask yourself what is right for you right now, what would be best for everyone involved? Listen carefully to this inner voice and follow its advice without hesitation or doubt. It will never lead you astray.
We do not ask you to go about exposing your essence. You are a person. You have a heart and a soul, and you have a mind. But you’re not just that. You’re also a human being. Be yourself without judgment and shame so that we can get to know each other better as friends and neighbors, as classmates and co-workers, and as family members. You don’t need to take pride in what makes you different from everyone else. You don’t need to pretend that you’re better than anyone else because of the color of your skin or the shape of your eyes or the way you wear your hair.
We ask you to accept your essence, your radiant Inner-Self. You are a child of the Universe. You have a right to be here. You have a right to be who you are. You have a right to live your life in any way you choose. The same rights apply to everyone else, too. Your purpose is to experience yourself as a divine being with unlimited potential. You came here to learn about unconditional love, forgiveness, joy, and gratitude. You came here to be connected with the source of creation. You came here to expand your consciousness beyond your body and mind so that you could experience the fullness of who you are: the creator of all things in existence.
Accepting you is to embrace all that has come before bringing you to this moment. You are worthy of love, friendship, and compassion. You are a human being. It’s a celebration of your life, both the triumphs and the tragedies. Your present self is shaped by your past experiences, but it’s no longer defined by them either. Your story isn’t over yet; it’s still being written.
Accepting you is acknowledging where you find yourself now at this moment. It means that you can be with yourself and not fight against who you are. You can be with what is happening in your life right now without trying to change it or control it. Accepting yourself means being able to show up for yourself in your most authentic way. It means being honest about who you are and what you need. It means being open to exploring all options for improving your life by embracing the good, the bad, and the ugly as a part of your journey.
Accepting you is being open to all you desire, knowing there are no limitations, no lack, no fear, only love and light illuminating the path before you. You are a divine being, and therefore, deserving of all that life has to offer. You do not need to earn it or work for it; it is already yours. When you accept yourself as you are and learn to be comfortable with who you are, you begin to see yourself through the eyes of love. You become aware of your gifts and talents; you recognize your strengths and weaknesses; You accept yourself as a human being.
Befriend you. Have a healthy relationship with yourself. In the same way that you would have a close friendship with someone else, you should have one with yourself. You should be able to talk to yourself, listen to what you have to say, and respect and value your needs.