Book Review: The Self-Love Superpower: The Magical Art of Approving of Yourself by Tess Whitehurst

I picked up this book not even realizing how much I needed it. Tess Whitehurst’s latest book is something I have come to value for what it has done for me. This book is like a big sister telling you exactly what you need to love yourself more. Filled with action steps and real life examples I found most of this easy to integrate into my life.

For each chapter of this book, Tess helps unseat the reasons we are mean to ourselves and why it isn’t always helpful. This book really shines a light on societal norms that just don’t make sense but that we have adopted, (like how hard we try not to accept a compliment but believe every negative thing ever said to us).

My favorite thing about this book is the action steps. It is one thing to be told why you should do something and another to actually put it into practice. The action steps build on themselves to help reveal surface level and then deep seated reasons why we find it hard to love ourselves. The action steps go deeper than writing nice notes to yourself they really get how you got here and ways you can feel more at peace with your path and part in the world.

I’d recommend this book to anyone and everyone who occasionally struggles in their human experience.

About the book:

Discover the Power of Loving Your (Im)Perfect Self in an (Im)Perfect World

This book dares you to experience the liberation, healing, and empowerment that come when you make a spiritual practice out of learning to love yourself. The Self-Love Superpower shares specific, hands-on action steps designed to support your journey from paralyzing self-criticism to expansive self-adoration.But this journey is a spiral and it is not without its challenges. This book is here to offer you support, personal stories, and encouragement as you create a kindness alarm, conduct a self-care audit, engage in a centering and balancing meditation, heal relationship dynamics, and so much more. Each chapter contains accessible exercises, meditations, rituals, self-care practices, and journaling prompts so you can integrate the information in an experiential way, exploring themes such as:

Energetic Hygiene – Grounding and Clearing – Body Positivity – Shielding Your Energy – Boundaries – Shadow Work – Clearing Clutter – Intuitive Eating – Chakras – Stepping Into Your Truth – Feng Shui Whether you want to develop greater respect and belief in yourself, connect with your intuition, or regain a sense of excitement and enthusiasm for the things you care about, this guide provides the empowering boost you need to help you get there.

About the author:

Tess Whitehurst (Boulder, Colorado) is an intuitive counselor, energy worker, feng shui consultant, and speaker. She has appeared on the Bravo TV show Flipping Out and her writing has been featured such places as Writer’s Digest, Llewellyn’s annuals, and the Whole Life Times blog. She is also the founder and facilitator of The Good Vibe Tribe, an online magical community and learning hub. To learn about her workshops, writings, and appearances, and to sign up for her free monthly newsletter, visit her online at www.tesswhitehurst.com.

I received a copy of this book directly from the author/publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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