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Today is all about Mirror Work.
It's just like it sounds. You will be looking at yourself in the mirror.
Mirror Work is one of the most powerful practices we can do. And the best thing is - you only need a mirror!
By simply looking into the mirror for a certain amount of time each day and gently talking to yourself, you can foster a more compassionate and loving connection with yourself.
It can feel strange and uncomfortable at first - and I encourage you to try it anyway.
If you've done it, then great! Let's see how it goes when we're bringing your Higher Self into the picture.
As Louise Hay teaches: The mirror reflects back to you the feelings you have about yourself. It makes you immediately aware of where you are resisting and where you are open and flowing. It clearly shows you what thoughts you will need to change if you want to have a joyous, fulfilling life.
How to practice mirror work…
Look in the mirror for five minutes.
Simply stare at yourself and hold gentle eye contact. That's all you have to do.
If you haven't done this before, you might feel a little uncomfortable at first or even a little embarrassed. Sometimes you can get emotional. It's all normal.
There's no hiding in front of the mirror. You might catch a glimpse into the relationship you have with yourself.
Your inner critic may show up loud and clear. You might even notice patterns of self-judgment or self-criticism.
Take note of this.
It's important to notice these things because these are the things that get in the way of your connection with your true self.
Let yourself feel whatever comes up.
You can also use affirmations when doing mirror work.
→ My Higher Self is guiding me.
→ I am whole.
→ I am beautiful.
→ I trust in my natural wisdom.
→ I love you.
Journaling prompts afterward you do Mirror Work:
What did you discover?
What positive thoughts did you have about yourself?
What negative thoughts did you have about yourself?
Did you feel connected to your true self?
What was getting in the way of you receiving the whole experience?