Sending myself encouraging messages for a change.
I had these encouraging thoughts that I would send to people and at one point it hit me; why don’t I send them to myself? And so I started doing that. Below is one of the messages I had written that was going to be sent to my sister and before realising that it resonated with me…
“I have no doubt that one day soon you’ll be working with a greater purpose – and you’ll know your valuable worth – don’t let the $$ fool you-you’re one of the smartest people I know – you worked hard to be among the best – and you’ll get there.”
I typed my phone number in replace of hers and quickly faded out my screen waiting for it to appear and as it popped up, there was a moment of inspiration and self-love that overcame, and so I sent myself another message this time meant just for me…
“I’m loving you – you’re everything – continue to be beautiful – and don’t be afraid to be great B”
Sending Yourself Encouraging Messages.
When it comes to love and our worth, we often mistake it with gifts from others and acceptance from those we desire, forgetting that our true self-worth comes from ourselves. Why wait for our significant other to send us flowers? Sure, it feels better, but should we really chance putting all emotions and self-love into someone else’s hands?
Sending yourself encouraging messages is not lame or wack.
It means you take heed in building yourself up within, you love yourself enough to overlook what someone else might think.
Motivational messages to start sending yourself.
Everything is within your power, and your power is within you.” ― Janice Trachtman
“The only person who can pull me down is myself, and I’m not going to let myself pull me down anymore.” ― C. JoyBell C.
“Don’t sacrifice yourself too much, because if you sacrifice too much there’s nothing else you can give and nobody will care for you.” ― Karl Lagerfeld
When you start becoming confident enough to start sending yourself inspirational messages, write out messages that resonate with you and then send them to yourself via text and lock them in, so you can read them back to yourself during rough times.