“Healthy happens when you go from Self-conscious to Self-crush.”
How often do you tell yourself I love you? Do you smile when you look in the mirror? Do you take time out of your day for yourself?
Each of these questions asked above alludes to one thing- A Positive Self-Image rooted in Self-Crush.
Saying “thank you” to your body is one of the most crucial things you can do for yourself, especially when you’re pursuing a life of self-crush and wellness.
“Both our first and last love is self-love.”
Self-crush is a state of admiration for oneself that grows from actions that support our physical, psychological, and spiritual growth. It means having a high regard for your own well-being and happiness.
Self-crush is empathetic and understanding of flaws, and appreciation of the good within ourselves. It is not only vital but necessary for positive emotional and mental health and overall wellbeing.
For self-crush to manifest, you have to make yourself a priority. Developing a self-crush takes time, so you have to practice it daily.
What does Self-crush mean to you?
Learning to love yourself takes effort, time, and acknowledgment, but its benefits are always rewarding.
For beginners, it can mean- Talking to and about yourself with love and Prioritizing yourself whereas, for others, self-crush is another way to say self-care.
Self-crush means accepting yourself as you are in this very moment for everything that you are. It means putting your physical, emotional, and mental well-being first.
Top Self-Crush Exercises
Here are the top ways you can appreciate yourself with simple rituals for self-crush and wellness.
Moving your body in a mindful way is very different than exercising or working out. This isn’t about forcing yourself to do something you don’t like. This is about tuning in to your body and asking yourself what you really like. Find a way to move in a mindful way that makes both your body and mind feel good.
Mindful movement can significantly increase your self-esteem. This also increases your evaluations of yourselves. It provides you with a sense of accomplishment that boosts your confidence.
Meditation is also a beautiful way to center yourself. When life is stressful, you can always turn to meditation. It’s also accessible to everyone because you can do it anywhere and anytime.
Surround yourself with Joy
Where do you spend most of your time in a day?
And, when you look around your surroundings, do you feel a burst of joy? If not, the next step is to create an environment you absolutely love. We all have that one place where we can go to and feel blissful.
It’s an act of self-crush when you are in a comfortable and enjoyable environment full of things that are joyous to you. When you can smile by just looking around, you’re practicing self-crush!
I’m sure you look in the mirror daily. And from now onwards whenever you look in the mirror, make a habit of Self-talk.
Self-talk is always proven to work. There is always another way round where you can put up a few notes on your mirror with positive and loving reminders. Waking up every day with a kind and loving message to yourself and your body will change the relationship you have with yourself in the most positive way.
Having a daily routine that’s dedicated to gratitude is an amazing way to boost your self-crush and wellness.
Cultivate the habit of being grateful for every good thing that comes to you, and give thanks continuously. And because all things have contributed to your advancement, you should include all things in your gratitude.
When you wake up every morning and each night before you sleep, write down three things for which you’re grateful. It’s a beautiful way to honor and love yourself and your life. It’s the perfect moment to say thank you to yourself!
“We can never obtain peace in the outer world until we make peace with ourselves.”
Self-crush is a multifaceted concept and the one you have with yourself requires nurturing, patience, and, kindness.
Explore different methods of caring for yourself, and find what makes you feel joyous and healthy — in your mind, body, and soul.