Feeling Worthy of Love by Cheryl Marlene

Feeling Worthy of Love

Loving yourself helps quiet the questioning mind and the critical voice. In the quiet you can hear you, choose your path, and truly feel worthy of love. In the quiet you can feel truth and affirm: In the peace of my heart, I feel worthy of love.

Living with an Open Heart by Cheryl Marlene

Living with an Open Heart

Having an open heart doesn’t mean you hang your heart out where anyone can take a swipe. An open-heart means that you trust yourself to live your life open to process your experience through the strength and resiliency of your heart. And when SH*T happens — and it will! —you trust yourself to protect your … Read more

Challenging the Spitballs of Life by Cheryl Marlene

Challenging the Spitballs of Life

Life is not all rainbows and unicorns. Nope! On a regular basis, life rolls out the unexpected, the painful, the disgusting, and the frightening. That’s just on the inside. On the outside is everyone else having their experience being pushed to the edge and then beyond their ability to cope. You get hurt. You feel … Read more

Driving Your Bus by Cheryl Marlene

Driving Your Bus

Claiming yourself worthy of love opens the doors to self-determination of every part of your life. You find that you drive your bus and you get to decide what kind of bus, who can get on, and where you go. Very simply: You define YOU! Make this claim today by affirming: Worthy of love, I … Read more

You Define Your by Cheryl Marlene

You Define You

The way you define yourself comes from within, from your ability to trust yourself to receive truth from your heart. When you feel love-worthy, you don’t seek relationship to define you or to give yourself substance. Seeking relationship to define you is looking outside of self for truth and validation. There is no harm in … Read more

Releasing Fear to Connect by Cheryl Marlene

Releasing Fear to Connect

Movin’ and groovin’! Chase away fear! Motion helps to unfreeze and loosen up whatever is stuck. Motion gives you a chance to get beyond the grip of fear, stepping into choice and and away from reaction. Motion opens your heart and connects you with your inner sense of love. Connected, you can acknowledge and affirm: … Read more

Use Motion to Release Fear by Cheryl Marlene

Use Motion to Release Fear

Fear creeps into the cells of your body and freezes energetic motion. Emotionally frozen, intellectually stilted, it’s hard to feel confident, to feel safe, to feel open. It’s hard to connect heart to heart. Fear paralyzes and overwhelms, making love scary. Interestingly, motion will counter fear. Getting outside, breathing fresh air, walks, and bare feet … Read more

Confidence from Truth, Trust, and Belief by Cheryl Marlene

Confidence from Truth, Trust, and Belief

To feel love-worthy, you need confidence. Confidence has three legs: trust, truth, and belief. All three come from your heart. All three reinforce your ability to feel confident. Confidence supports worthiness and self-love. Focus on expanding confidence with this affirmation: To expand confidence in myself, I embrace trust, truth, and belief in myself always.

aking Confidence to the Edge by Cheryl Marlene

Taking Confidence to the Edge

Confidence has to do with edges. Edges in the sense of barriers and cliffs or high points and low points. Imagine standing on a high plateau and walking to the edge. The closer you can get to the edge, the more confident you feel. Confidence is also closely related to the cells ability to trust. … Read more

Being of Love, Light, and Joy by Cheryl Marlene

Being of Love, Light, and Joy

Affirmation for Love Worthy Lesson #1 Love is the primary essence of you. When you are open to love, your heart is open and you feel connection with yourself and with All That Is. When you don’t feel worthy of love, you are at a remove from the flow of life, out of resonance, out … Read more

The Unity of Self by Cheryl Marlene

The Unity of Self

Love Worthy Lesson #1 There is a paradox within which blocks your ability to love yourself. Buried deep is the belief that the physical self is impaired, imperfect, flawed, and, worse yet, unfixable. The belief takes a further step and sees the spiritual self as also damaged and irreparable. The perception of brokenness creates a … Read more