There’s this trap that I see people fall into.
A trap that runs far and wide.
Some would say, it’s somewhat of an epidemic.
And it runs deep in all of us, even me.
This is a pursuit, a pursuit that everybody is doing that it almost seems normal.
But for a while, everybody thought the world was flat, and those that stood out to say it was round were prosecuted.
So I stand here, telling you something, something that I believe deeply and fondly. It’s a belief of self-love and being “enough for love,” and how it REALLY works.
You see, there is a common misconception. This misconception is that you “have to be enough” for something. If you don’t get it, then you either “aren’t enough” or “don’t believe in yourself.”
Then, there’s the myth of inspiration. That for something great to happen, there must be an inspiration, and if you’re not inspired, if you’re not getting what you want, then something is wrong with you.
There’s a myth that you must truly love yourself first before you can love another, but nobody bothered to stop and explain what it really means.
Well, I am here to tell you a simple truth, a sutra if you will, that can go as deep as you are willing to take it.
So I tell you this.
“You know you love yourself when you stop having to ask that question.”
But what does this mean? What do you think it means?
This is the question that I answer deeper in today’s Ask Harvey Video. It is raw, it is unfiltered at times and it might be a little bit of a shock, but you should know that the best things in life are…