Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on It has ratings and reviews. Julie said: Yes, the book is short, simple and reiterates a familiar self-h. Speaker, entrepreneur, and self-published best-selling author, Kamal Ravikant, shares his unique story that lead him to stumble into a career. emails back and forth during the prior year, I was getting all set to meet Kamal Ravikant. Naval had a GPS specifically attached to where Kamal was. As Kamal then says in the just published book, “Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends.
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Kamal was in a bad way.
Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on It by Kamal Ravikant
He was miserable out of his mind and there were days where he would lay in bed, too depressed to even open the drapes. But what mattered more was he was committing to the practice and in the simplest way, he could think of: It will stop you.
If you remember this, it will change your life. Your job is to go to the window, pull out a rag, and start cleaning. And soon enough, light enters naturally, taking the darkness away.
Each time the mind shifts to darkness—fear, worry, pain, you name it—when you notice, clean the window. Light will flow in.
We run familiar patterns and loops in our head. When we replay these loops, they trigger feelings.
Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends On It by Kamal Ravikant
Kamal compares a thought loop to a groove in a rock created by water: Then it controls you. Add emotional intensity if ravi,ant can—it deepens the groove faster than anything. Run it again and again. Make it your truth. I breathe slowly, naturally.
As I inhale, I think, I love myself. Then I exhale and let out whatever the response in my ravikqnt and body is, whether there is one or not. On dealing with others and reacting to their negative emotions with his own: Fall in love with yourself. Let your love express itself and the world will beat a path to your door to fall in love with you. And when you believe that, you become complacent. Your practice becomes something you assume rather than something you work on. You stop truly loving yourself.
Until it becomes the filter through which you view life.
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