Self-worth requires us to be open to getting to know ourselves on a deeper level. Self-worth and mindfulness work together to help us develop a deeper level of awareness. When we are aware of our minds, energy, and physical bodies, we genuinely practice mindfulness. Mindfulness is the practice of being utterly present within each moment of our days. It is essential to understand that we are born worthy. External barriers and experiences with other people may damage our connection with self-worth. Still, it is vital to know that you can restore this through diligence, perseverance, and dedication to understanding yourself. Love vibrantly lives at the core of self-worth, a bright and shining beacon of hope for the misunderstood.
When we lack self-worth, it can become easy to make unhealthy choices, resulting in spending time in the wrong places or with people who seek to cause us harm. Just like everything else in the world, self-worth exists on a spectrum. We may find ourselves shifting on a day-to-day basis, and that’s okay. When we connect with our self-worth, we understand our value. When we know our worth, it makes it easier for us to make wise choices. When we see what we are worthy of, it makes it more difficult for others to take advantage of us. When we understand our worth, we give others the space to do the same.