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The popular saying “wherever you go, there you are” is true. You are with yourself 100% of the time. Therefore,
The popular saying “wherever you go, there you are” is true. You are with yourself 100% of the time. Therefore, the importance of having a positive relationship with yourself cannot be overstated. Often, we are focused on trying to fix and improve ourselves, when in actuality, one of the most effective ways to transform our lives is to accept ourselves just as we are. The irony about acceptance is that it is the catalyst for change and transformation. When we accept who we are, we can consciously create our lives in a way that allows us to express our full potential.
The purpose of this talk is to provide five powerful tips on how to love yourself to success and well-being. This talk will cover:
-Why self-love matters and why the relationship to yourself is the most important relationship you have
-The connection between how you treat yourself and how others treat you
-The most common barriers to self-love and how to overcome them
-Five effective ways to enhance your self-love practice
This talk is for you if you are ready to make well-being a priority and you want to start living in a way that fully supports your happiness and joy.
Candace Thoth is the founder and CEO of Return to Aloha. She is also a Self-Love Ambassador and the Hawaii State Coordinator of the Love Foundation. Her mission is to inspire individuals to love themselves unconditionally.
Candace’s experiences of being enrolled in a desegregation program in St. Louis, Missouri influenced her decision to obtain her bachelor’s degree in psychology. She then enrolled in a Clinical Psychology doctoral program. While training to be a psychotherapist, Candace realized that the essential components of well-being are self-love and authenticity. After completing an APA-accredited doctoral internship, she felt called to look at her own levels of authenticity, which resulted in her decision to leave the field of Clinical Psychology in order to pursue her true passions of spirituality and Integrative Medicine.
Upon moving to Hawaii in 2013, Candace founded Return to Aloha, a personal development business created to inspire people to listen to their inner guidance. She facilitates courses that help individuals practice mindfulness, establish healthy relationships with themselves, and live in alignment with their values. Candace was a part of the movement that helped Global Love Day receive official recognition in Hawai’i, and she was recently featured on June Dillinger’s television show “It’s All About Love.” Recently, Candace co-launched an initiative called Self-Love Ambassadors to demonstrate how self-love can transform organizations and corporations.