3 Self-Worth Practices That Will Change Your Life

If there’s one thing I want you to know, it’s this:

Worthiness is innate, but self-worth is a practice

This distinction is about accountability and informs how I coach my clients so they can manifest their desires.

Practising self-worth is taking action FIRST. No waiting, no distractions and no excuses.

It means taking action in ALIGNMENT with your innate worthiness.

Read on for 3 self-worth practices that will align you with worthiness and change your life.

1. Act Worthy Before You Feel It

In the area my clients feel stuck, I take them through a process of discovering ‘What does worthiness look like here?’

This invokes a creative, problem-solving mindset that gets them acting from self-worth before they feel it.

If you are waiting for permission, for validation or for the right time, YOU are keeping yourself stuck.

Knowing what you desire is a wonderful feeling. But not taking action is insult to your soul. It will make you anxious, ungrounded and will feel like self-betrayal.

There is no such thing as ready and if you have a narrative that is convincing you otherwise, it’s your job to challenge it.

So, you can ask yourself ‘what does worthiness look like here?’ and take action from that place.

Each action is an energetic instruction to your subconscious and to the universe that you’re ready to receive the fruit of your own action.

Practicing this consistently will rewire you to act from worthiness until you embody it.

2. Course-Correct

In How To Reconnect To Your Worthiness, I share the tool that helped me discover where I needed to course-correct and align with worthiness.

I call this tool ‘As If I Was Unworthy’

It is a process of discovering where in your life you have been acting as if you were unworthy in relationships, with money and with health. It is confronting at first but enduringly LIBERATING.

Taking yourself through this process will reveal where you’ve been playing small and accepting less than you are worth.

It is taking radical responsibility for the choices you have made, whether they were conscious or unconscious choices.

When you can step back and observe your choices without judging them, a new reality opens up to what is possible outside of these patterns.

You get to course-correct and make conscious choices from a place of self-worth.

3. Dedication To Boundaries

We can’t talk about practising self-worth without discussing boundaries.

You are innately worthy of having your energetic needs met.

The practice of self-worth is to ACTUALLY meet your needs – taking space, taking rest and communicating when you do not have the capacity to engage with someone.

Overextending yourself for ANYONE else means you don’t value your wellbeing. It’s as simple as that.

You might fear losing people’s good opinion of you when you retract your energy.

But overextending yourself has only served as a distraction from yourself and from taking responsibility for meeting your needs.

An EMPOWERED woman discerns the most appropriate way to set a boundary with each person within each unique situation.

She knows that if people do not value their own wellbeing they will test her boundaries by tugging for attention.

A woman connected to her worthiness will not violate her own boundaries.

She does not cave in to the tug for attention. She does not need to feel needed by others.

She needs to support her wellbeing, ONLY THEN can she thrive.

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