Love Hero
Beginnings, Discoveries, How To, Learning, Love, Practising

How to love yourself and become invincible, immortal and super rich!

Doesn’t this post title sound AMAZING?! Right! Probably too amazing, making you seriously doubt this whole thing and scroll onwards to something else. If this post had the intention of selling you magic pills or involve you in a crazy ponzy scheme you’d probably be best off scrolling. Luckily, at least for me but probably also you, this is not that kind of bogus.

Basically I’m telling you that if you learn to love yourself unconditionally, you’ll be able to tackle anything in good or bad. That’s the easy part.

Now learning to actually love yourself and to grow into unconditional love is harder and takes a little more time. I mean the kind of unconditional love that sticks even when you have the worst kind of hair day, when you’ve been late for everything, and even when you’re seriously doubting there will ever be a summer sun again.

This is the reason I started this story blog. One could say I found love amidst deafening darkness and now I want to share it with others. So many times lately before starting these posts I wondered how I would fit my whole journey into one little post, but then I realized that a blog is not just one post but many. In this post the important part is instead the absolute basics. The start on the journey to love, immortality and immense riches.

  1. Look yourself in a mirror.
  2. Say to yourself, “I love you.”
  3. Practice every day and whenever you need it.
  4. Try to do it unconditionally and try to believe yourself.
  5. See what happens and use it well.

In posts to come I will try to expand on this, on how to handle doubt, when you know it’s working, what to do with everything that comes with it and so on.

May you find love!

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Beginnings, Love

There And Back Again – A Lover’s Tale

I’ve thought a lot about this, the first entry. Where do I begin, and what if I start off wrong? I’ve asked myself this a thousand times, and I’ve always, eventually at least, ended up with the same answer.

The important thing is not where I begin, but that I actually begin. Beginning to share will not be wrong, just as loving is not wrong. Hard at times? Yes. Wrong? No.

It’s like the Chinese (?) proverb that goes something like, “If you never take a step, regardless of direction, you might end up standing on one foot for the rest of your life.” So, let’s go. :)

Welcome to this, a story about loving. <3

 

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