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Goddess Training: Teach People to Treat You Right!

You don’t believe that you’re a goddess?  In fact, you don’t think anyone is a god or goddess on Earth?  OK.  Consider this:  When you fall in love with, say, Mr. Right, he becomes a veritable god in your world.  (Ok, at least a demigod.)  You worship him!

Question:  Why aren’t you like this when it comes to yourself?

It’s funny how you can obsess over Mr. Right and be ferociously loyal to him; you’re doggedly determined in your dedication and practically the president of his fan club.  The sun rises and sets over everything he wants and needs.  You never leave him hanging.  In fact, you breathlessly await his next request, just so you can prove to him, yet again, what a wonderful girlfriend you are.

Odds are you don’t have such a fervent admiration for yourself as much as you have for someone else.

Which is ridiculous, of course.

You’re a goddess on this Earth, girl, and don’t you dare believe anything different!  Why?

Everyone has a spark of the divine in them, and you have the right to not only respect that divinity but live in service of it.

You have a duty to protect yourself, cherish and celebrate everything that’s great about you.

Additionally, you’re responsible to work on improving anything that’s not so great, because you deserve to be happy, healthy, smart and strong.

You have value on your own merits—and your value is beyond any measure you probably would give yourself credit for, sadly.

It’s time to fix that.

Even if you’re very religious and object to any sort of discussion of yourself as being truly divine, don’t abandon ship right now.

At the very least, honor the essence of the point that’s being made—you deserve to treat yourself extremely well.  Better than perhaps many OTHER people are treating you right now.

Listen to yourself and get rock solid on what your rights, needs and desires are.  Stop trying to tamp them down or otherwise nullify them.  Cherish them!  Honor your WHY and keep working on those S.M.A.A.R.T. goals to keep moving forward in terms of improving the quality of your life.

Champion your rights, needs, desires and achievable goals every single moment of every single day from now on.  Use your gut instinct as your guide—and certainly if you’re religious or spiritual, use your beliefs as a compass to guide you as you proceed through life doing your best to be a happy, healthy, smart and strong individual.  You’re worthy of such a life experience; you have to start acting that way.

You teach people how to treat you.

So why not shoot for goddess stature?

Like the phrase, “Shoot for the moon and at least you’ll land among the stars,” be sure to believe you’re a goddess and at the very least people will treat you like a wonderful woman.

Take care of your body and mind like the temple and shrine that they are.  If you believe in divinity, how good of a worshipper are you if the well water of your soul is poisoned with negativity and despair?  You’re not offering God or the divine your very best.

Even if you’re an atheist, on a common sense level you should understand that the better care you take of your heart and mind, the better the vibe that you send out—and the better the tribe you’ll attract to that vibe, because people often smell the positivity OR negativity that you simply reek of.

If the Law of Attraction is too foo-foo for you, fine.  The Law of Common Sense still applies.  Do you want negative people in your life who barely acknowledge your worth?  Keep that same-old, same-old attitude, then.

But if you want people to treat you better, it’s time to upgrade your lesson plan in terms of what you teach them to do.  Set the standard and if people don’t make the cut, it’s time for them to hit the cutting room floor.

Keep calm; you’re a goddess, girlfriend.  Proceed accordingly, acknowledging your own self-worth, while (of course) acknowledging the worthiness of others.  People who can’t stand that sort of positivity aren’t worth your attention; those that do…are.

For more inspiration, read:  Outrageous Openness:  Letting the Divine Take the Lead by Tosha Silver, available on Amazon.

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