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Please share: How are the “Feeling Worthy of Love” meditation and the Challenge going for you?

What differences are you noticing?

15 Comments

Claudia · March 6, 2019 at 7:28 pm

By practicing the meditation I feel like taking a warm bath. I`m feeling so comfortably warm in my whole body that I was desirous of spreading this warmth to others. And I think I`ve been successful today in my Yoga class and in contact with other persons, even during salary agreements. – Yesterday I had a painful insight: coming home, no obligations to perform, I was running around being scared to do something wrong. It didn`t make sense at all, but it seems to be an underlying pattern which has come to the surface. I am thankful that I can take refuge to the Loving-myself-meditation.

Lea · March 6, 2019 at 4:56 pm

i’m able to apply the beauty of this practice a bit more, and i’m more willing to trust myself. Christine, your words are seeping in much deeper, and i’m so grateful, thank you.

    Lea · March 9, 2019 at 4:03 pm

    Christine, i have been profoundly moved and so very touched by the warmth and power of this 7-day challenge. Your care and caring is so exquisitely perfect, and i am so very grateful. i offer you a truly magnificent, endless and genuine thank you. – Lea

Christine · March 4, 2019 at 7:34 pm

It’s very touching to read all your posts. Thank you for giving yourself this gift of doing the meditation “Feeling Worthy of Love” for (at least) 7 days. My sense is, when we try something new and experience firsthand the benefit, we’re much more likely to keep “making it real”. It helps to have the support of others too. Just feeling so grateful you’re all here. Thank you, and all my love.

Andrea · March 3, 2019 at 8:07 am

Going through this make me more aware of the feeling and moments where I do not feel loved and gives me a Chance to take more care. In the beginning there was a lot of sadness which belonged mostly to the inner child not being loved and sometimes there is sort of a barrier and I do not feel touched. When thinking about you advice with the inner critic I rather thought of my inner child not understanding the english message being of young age and needing german words. I found it hard to translate the english version of I am worthy of love and belonging – so many nouns that make it not easily flowing. It is easier in the second part of the meditation where it is said: You are loved.So I changed the first part into I am loved and accepted just as I am. This works better. But in fact it takes more time to bring the translation at the right points and the meditation could be a little slower. I will Keep on

Anonymous · March 3, 2019 at 7:52 am

i’m able to journal and feel my deepest physical and psychological pains. and they led me to a space of gratitude for the stillness that is not dead after all; an exquisite unshakeable Silence that lets all hurt be heard and felt. and it feels a lot like Joy. it looks a lot like my Insides are smiling softly.

Arne · March 2, 2019 at 10:33 pm

I am surprised about the impact of this simple exercise. I feel in fact more loved. Something relaxed in me after the little session. And at the same time I can feel more the aspects in me which still in disharmony . And so I can give them love as well …
And for me too, it would be still more helpful, if the recording from you Christi would be a little bit slower. In any case I will continue …

Claudia · March 2, 2019 at 3:56 pm

Dear Christine,
“I am worthy of love” is an excellent antidote to the prayer during the Catholic Church Communion “O Lord, I am not worthy . . . (that thou shouldest enter under my roof, but speak the word only and my soul shall be healed.“) But I have to admit that even after decades of critical reflection about my catholic education there is still a slight trace of bad conscience when I`m pronouncing “I am worthy of love.” I decided not to pay too much attention to it, because I really sense that the path of love is the only way to healing.
And I would like to add a little comment to a technical aspect of the recording: for me as a German native speaker, not very used to listen to English instructions, the instructions are performed too fast. I help myself by decreasing the speed on my smartphone (and made a transcription).
With kind regards,
Claudia

Pia Struycken · March 2, 2019 at 3:51 pm

Thank you Christine for bringing this love to us, I am dealing with sharp pains for several weeks, and this meditation helps, to relax more into it, to accept and remind myself over and over again that I have pain and I am okay and love, and I am love. Blessings to all!!

Alexandra Haug · March 2, 2019 at 2:16 pm

Christine, I am very thankful. You put so much effort, work and heart blood into it. What a generosity also to share it with us. I am glad to be part of this online course. Thanks a lot to you.

Christiane LoCascio · March 1, 2019 at 8:10 pm

Today was Day 1 of the challenge. I did 7 mins of Alternate Nose Breathing first followed by the meditation. At the beginning I was aware of my heavy legs that often feel as if they’re leaden. My leg/calf muscles were extremely tight also. It’s a symptom of a chronic illness I’ve lived with a long time. At the end of the meditation my legs had lightened considerably and were much more softer and flexible. It’s very interesting because I was doing a Neural Brain Retraining program designed for people with my Illness and finding lots more energy and a calmer limbic system. This 7 day challenge will be a great addition to my neural reset work which I have been avoiding restarting. Thank you for your wisdom and help today!

    Christine Longaker · March 1, 2019 at 8:56 pm

    You’re very welcome Christiane! I have found its helpful too with chronic illness, so it’s great to read your feedback. I’m very sorry for the delay in your comment getting posted – that’s how it often goes these days.

Christine Longaker · February 27, 2019 at 10:42 am

Please share: How are the “Feeling Worthy of Love” meditation and the Challenge going for you?

What differences are you noticing?
NOTE: There’s a delay from when you write to when it gets posted, and I’m sorry for that!

    Delores Turner · March 1, 2019 at 10:29 pm

    Today was day one, it was hard for me to relax but then I did feel heaviness and as I moved forward in my thought it brought me to tears I have fibromyalgia anxiety and depression and some other physical issues. What I did want to tell you is as I was doig my meditation my dog jumped up on my lap and fell asleep. I want to thank you and say God bless you for caring about people like myself.

      Sabine · March 5, 2019 at 6:17 pm

      Dear Christine,
      I just had the feeling at the end of your meditation that it might be a nice round-up to repeat one of your “magic” sentences again when we install the message to keep it as a long-term memory, either I´m worthy of love… or You are and have always been loved… It´s just a spontanous feeling. You may think abaout it.
      Thanks for your inspiration.
      Sabine

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