Join the thousands of people all over the world taking on The 30 Days Self Love Challenge!
The practice of saying “I love you” to YOU daily is simple yet profound — a true journey of self-discovery.
Self-Love is the foundation of every spiritual path and the pillar of a happy life! Each culture has presented this practice in a different way according to their own customs and time in history. We find the media platform to be an easy way for people to practice Self-Love in modern times.
This practice came about after watching Dr. Masaru Emoto’s rice experiment. Dr. Emoto is a Japanese scientist whose experiments sought to prove that thoughts and words have a measurable effect on our world. By speaking repeated positive or negative sentiments into jars of rice, Emoto realized he could potentially affect the state of the rice. The positive rice was always healthy and the negative one was rotten and moldy. After seeing this, I replicated the same experiment with quinoa to validate it. When I saw the same results, questions came to my mind, what would happen if I put myself in the place of the rice? What would happen if I would say I love you to myself for 30 days? How would that affect me?
The True Self
What came from that experience was a practice of awakening and self realization that leads to the true self. This is how The 30 Days Self Love Challenge was born. It was simple, and yet a profound experience that allowed me to dive deep into myself. Little by little, the things I didn’t want to see or acknowledge about myself were brought to the surface and, later, into the light. I fully experienced that everything changes and life is impermanent. I realized that everything is a gift, no matter how I perceived it, and I had to stay open to receive it all.
A New YOU
Above anything else, we must first love ourselves before we can see and love others in the same positive light. You’ll wake up to a new beginning in your life, to a new YOU. The YOU that you were always meant to be. And that’s when we can live in a state of Love.