Self-love is often misinterpreted as narcissism, self-righteousness, or an egotistic need, sure, it can turn into something like that. But if we set our intentions to feeding only that part of the ego which serves our basic need for acknowledgement, never bowing down to its endless hunger for power and gain, and cultivating the heart center with our own faith and belief in our strengths, we will start to live healthy, joyful, soulful lives.
You see, power builds the ego, the ego builds walls, walls build separation, separation builds emptiness, and emptiness builds pain. Self love is not about that. And those who thrive in pain have known to have separated themselves so far from their souls...their heart... their source.
Self love is a basic need that is all about filling our truest needs, so in turn, we can fill the truest needs of those who need us. Self love is being the change that we want to see. Self love is our weapon against worthlessness. Self love is all about nurturing that inner child so that inner child can play and laugh and sing and dance, so the world can be inspired do the same.
Self love..Unconditional self-love is our way to unconditional love for all beings on this earth.