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Your Daily Practice to achieve a higher vibration


Life coach and Tracey Dude

Self-worth is defined as the sense of one’s own value or worth as a person. It includes how you feel and what you believe about yourself as an individual without influence from other people or other external sources.

How you value yourself influences the life you live, the decisions you make, the relationships you get involved in, and even the state of your mental health.




Research shows that people with low self-worth are at risk of suffering from depression, anxiety, and addictions. Relationship issues have also been identified as an important factor of low self-worth. In today’s world, where social media plays a crucial role in how people view themselves, it has become even more critical for women to raise their self-worth.


Not only for your health, relationships, and overall wellbeing, but also for the people who look up to you - your children, nieces, nephews, or mentees. When you raise your sense of self-worth, you consider yourself capable and worthy of love and respect.


You pay attention to your intrinsic value and your right to exist simply by virtue of being human and not what others think about you. When you feel worthy of love, happiness, respect, or success, you can attract these into your own life. If you believe your self-worth needs some improvement, there are daily practices and habits that can help elevate your sense of self-worth so you can fulfil your true potential in life.


Live consciously

Practice living consciously every day. This means focusing on the present moment by engaging all your senses in where you are and what you are doing. Living consciously means paying attention to your thoughts, feelings, and actions.

Notice when you are angry, or when you compare yourself to others. Acknowledge these emotions and allow yourself to experience them. Then take a moment to pause and breathe. When you take a deep breath, you engage all your senses to refocus on the present moment. Pausing and breathing allow you to reshape your perspective and reconnect with gratitude. You’ll start noticing and appreciating what you have instead of what you don’t have.


Embrace who you are

To improve self-worth, you’ll need to accept and embrace who you are. Start by embracing your body, your imperfections, and your flaws. Then proceed by embracing your strengths, attributes, and qualities that make you unique and authentic. Recognise that you are worthy just the way you are. You don’t need any external validation to prove your worthiness.

The best way to practice acceptance is to look at yourself in the mirror every day, accepting each part of you with kindness and compassion. The parts that you want to change, you will only be able to change them once you’ve accepted your reality at that present moment.

You can’t change what you haven’t fully accepted. In addition, try to eliminate negative thoughts and negative self-talk. Replace these with positive affirmations that validate that you are enough and worthy. As you practice this, you will begin to love yourself and raise your sense of self-worth.



Have a purpose

People with a healthy sense of self-worth live purposeful lives. When you live a life of purpose, you add meaning to your life, which offers an excellent boost for your sense of self-worth. Having a purpose means that you are living and not simply existing. You approach each day with a set of goals and have something to look forward to. Having direction and a plan for your life increases your self-efficacy, which positively influences your self-worth.

To achieve this, ensure that your habits include activities and small achievable goals that are meaningful to you and give you a positive feeling of self-worth. As you pursue these activities and accomplish these goals, you feel more valuable and significant.


When you raise your sense of self-worth, you consider yourself capable and worthy of love and respect.

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Editor's note

American novelist Louisa May Alcott said it best when she said “Far away there in the sunshine are my highest aspirations. I may not reach them, but I can look up and see their beauty, believe in them, and try to follow where they lead.”

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