And I am so happy you’ve been drawn into my orbit
(Picture me beaming in excitement and bundling you up in a warm hug right now. That’s how happy I am.)
I’m a self-love coach on a mission to leave a legacy of love by empowering women to fall deeply, wildly and unconditionally in love with themselves and their lives.
Lori inspired me and helped me to think outside the box.
– Pam, B.C.
Lori helped me to declutter my clouded mind.
– William, Calgary
Let’s dream big for a moment. Here’s what I believe.
I believe that once you discover your worth, you will stop comparing and criticizing yourself. You will discover who you truly are.
Once women start doing this, our men will follow. Our children will follow. The youth of this world will follow. And the world as we know it will transform.
Once there is more self-love, there will be more love for others, more love for this planet’s wellbeing, more love for animals and nature. And once there is more love on this planet, the vibrational energy will change and that will spark positive transformation in every area of the world.
I believe self-love can change the world.
But what IS self-love?
Is it just loving yourself? (Which feels simultaneously overwhelmingly simple and frustratingly complex.)
Well, there are many different categories of self-love.
All of which lead into self-love.
But can you imagine what life would feel like if you could embody all of those traits? If you could, truly, experience self-love in every form?
I have seen that when you embody self-love, you …
In short, self-love brings more acceptance, happiness, forgiveness, truth, authenticity, creativity, fulfilled dreams, joy, peace, gratitude and LOVE into this world.
And when we LEAD WITH LOVE we can never go wrong.
Scientifically, we know self-love is important because it counteracts and combats physiological stress (which is associated with diabetes, depression, heart disease and high blood pressure) by decreasing your cortisol production and increasing oxytocin production.
Oxytocin is the ‘feel good’ or ‘love’ hormone that acts as our body’s stress-fighting superhero.
According to Ohio State University College of Medicine, oxytocin can:
Ready to get started with some self-love?