Does self love determine your self image?
The word “self love” goes around a lot these days. People think self love is getting a manicure, massage or a new sports car.
Constant demands to be loved and validated by others may be the way you were taught love is demonstrated. It’s not. Love by demand is not self-love.
Far from it!
Self love is a reflection of the respect you have for yourself. And if you respect yourself, you start to think, act and behave in a certain way. You choose NOT to put rubbish in your body – because you love YOU.
That’s when you are not only respectful of yourself, rather you see others as an extension of yourself and extend the same level of love and compassion to others.
If your body is really a reflection of your mind…how differently would you see being overweight or obese?
Would you perhaps have a different perspective on what caused the problem in the first place?
Because self love is also about ensuring you put healthy nutritious food into your body, which forms the basis of healing.
“Love now. Love life. Love yourself. Love others”
The 8th and final Webinar on our “Self Discovery in Self Isolation“ series. Talk to two medical practitioners, Dr Arun and Dr Raouf, who have over two decades of experience in treating complex individuals. It is bound to be an engaging discussion!
Both Dr Arun Dhir and Dr Raouf Maccar have a deep interest in the mind body connection and engage in their own practices of self love, spirituality and compassion, which they bring to their patients in a sensitive and evidence based manner.
This webinar is one not to be missed!
Discover. Empower. Prosper.
Dr Arun Dhir is a Gastrointestinal surgeon and has practised his craft for over 2 1/2 decades. He is a Monash University lecturer, researcher and author of two books. He is also a Yoga and meditation teacher registered with Yoga Australia. His clinical practice embodies an integrative approach towards individuals experiencing the scourge of obesity.
He is an engaging speaker and has spoken on many public forums. Dr Arun runs his own You Tube channel, where he shares insights in the area of mind-body and gut connection and how this translates into our health and wellbeing.