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Continue Aspects of self love Q: How can you love yourself? What is the right direction or path to loving yourself, will you not love yourself to create a false ego? A: When you love yourself, you are transported to a stable state of inner peace and joy, while when you love your ego, you experience extreme emotions that rise and fall sharply. All extremes are related to the mind of the ego, while balance is a sign of the true self, which is what you have to feed when you want to intensify your love for yourself. Self-love allows you to accept yourself as you do, celebrating your strengths and nurturing areas that need growth. It does not allow self-criticism or the feeling that it is not good enough because they are always triggered by the mind of the ego. You learn to love yourself by engaging in activities that make you feel good about yourself and help you break out of the prison of time. Fulfilling dreams, pursuing creative passions, spending time on hobbies or areas of interest, building and improving your creative talents are all ways in which you learn to appreciate and celebrate yourself. Loving yourself makes you a happier person to be around, because these actions inspire you and fill you with positive energy that radiates around you and draws people to you because it is warm and comforting. Love for yourself fulfills you, balances you, pays attention to time now, makes you resistant to criticism, inspires you, liberates you and makes you free from uncertainty. They are discussed in detail in the chart below. If you want to make sure that you are actually along the way of self-love and not drawn into the subtle labyrinth of ego mind, the chart given below will help you clearly distinguish between actions and behaviors that promote self-love as opposed to those that falsely increase your ego. Concept in Philosophy and Psychology Part of a series on Kind types of love Love Bonding Broken heart Compassionate love Conjugal Love Courtly courtship troubadours Lovers Friendship cross-sex romantic zone Interpersonal relationship Intimacy Limerence Love addiction at first sight Love triangle Lovesickness Lovestruck Obsesy Love Passion Thy love Puppy love Relationship Romance Self-love Amour de soy unconditional love Unrequited love Social Views Anarchist Free love Chinese Ren Yuanfen French Amour-propre Greek words about love Agape Eros Ludus Mania Philia Philia Philos Pragma Storge Xenia Indian Kama Bhakti Maitrī Islamic Ishq Jewish Chesed Latin Amore Charity Portuguese Saudade Yaghan Mamihlapinatapai Concepts Color Wheel Love Theory Biological Basis Love magic Valentine's Day Religious Philosophy Love Deity Mere-exposure effect Similarity Physical attractiveness Triangular love theory vte love for oneself or respect for one's own happiness or benefit[1] He was both as a fundamental human necessity[2][3] and as a moral defect, akin to vanity and selfishness,[4] synonymous with amour propre, conceitedness, selfishness, narcissism, et al. Over the centuries, however, self-love has adopted a more positive overtone through pride parades, self-respect movement, self-love protests, hippie era, New Age feminist movement, as well as increased mental health awareness that promotes self-love as inherent self-help and support groups working to prevent substance abuse and suicide. Views of Laozi (c. 601–530 BC) and Taoism believe that humans are completely natural (ziran) is very important. Hindu arishadvargas (major sins) are short-term self- employment pursuits that are ultimately harmful. These include mada (pride). Gautam Buddha (c. 563-483) and Buddhism believe that the desires of the self are the source of all evil. However, it is a balanced karuṇā (compassion). Djinn believes that the four kashaya (passions) stop people fleeing the cycle of life and death. Confucius (551–479 BC) and Confucianism value society above themselves. Yang Zhu (440-360 BC) and yangism saw wei wo, or everything for themselves, as the only virtue necessary for self-cultivation. Everything known about yangism comes from contemporary critics - Yang's beliefs were hotly contested. Aristotle's thoughts (384–322 BC) about self-love (filautia) are recorded in Nicomanian Ethics and Eudemic Ethics. Nicomachean Ethics Book 9, Chapter 8 focuses specifically on it. In this passage, Aristotle argues that people who love each other to achieve unjustified personal gain are bad, but those who love to achieve virtuous principles are the best kind of good. He says that this first kind of self-love is much more common than the latter. Cicero (106-43 BC) believed that those who were sui amantes sine rivali (lovers of each other without rivals) were doomed to fail. Jesus (c. 4 bc-30 A.D.) treated God's love and commanded love to others as himself. A follower of Jesus Paul of Tarsu wrote that in a letter to the Philippine church he opposes love for God. The author of Jacob's letter from the New Testament had the same conviction. [8] There is another verse in the Bible that speaks of the meaning of self-love found in Mark 12:31, which says, The second is: 'Love your neighbor as yourself.' However, Elaine Pagels, on the basis of a scholarship from the Nag Hammadi library and the Greek New Testament, claims that Jesus taught that self-love (filautia) was an integral part of neighbourly or fraternal love (philia) and to live according to the law of supreme love (agapē). She wrote about this in her eponymous, award-winning book on the Gnostic gospels in 1979. She and later scholars such as Étienne i Thomas Kiefer, Kiefer, it is up to Aristotle's discourse on the proportions of self-love (philautia) as inherent to philia (in Nicomachean Ethics Book 9, Chapter 8). The Christian monk Evagrius Ponticus (345–399) believed that excessive self-love (hyperēphania – pride) was one of the eight key sins. His list of sins was later slightly adapted by Pope Gregory I as the seven mortal sins. This list of sins then became an important part of the doctrine of the Western Church. Within this system, pride is the original and most deadly of sins. This position was strongly expressed in fiction by Dante's Divine Comedy. Augustine (354–430) – with the theology of evil as a mere pervert of good – believed that the sin of pride was merely a pervert of a normal, more modest degree of self-love. Sikhs believe that the Five Thieves are the main human weaknesses that steal people's innate common sense. These selfish desires cause great problems. In 1612, Francis Bacon condemned the extreme lovers of themselves who burned down their own house, only to bake an egg. [12] In 1660, Baruch Spinoza wrote in his book Ethics that self- maintenance was the highest virtue. Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1712-1778) believed that there were two types of self-love. One of them was amour de soy (French for self-love), which is a drive for self-respect. Rousseau considered this drive to be the source of all human drives. The second is amour-propre (often also translated as self-love, but which also means pride), which refers to the self-esteem generated by other people. The concept of ethical selfishness was introduced by the philosopher Henry Sidgwick in his book The Methods of Ethics, written in 1874. Sidgwick compared selfishness to the philosophy of utilitarianism, writing that while utilitarianism sought to maximize overall pleasure, selfishness focused only on maximizing individual pleasure. In 1890, psychologist William James explored the concept of self-esteem in his influential textbook Principles of Psychology. Robert H. Wozniak later wrote that William James' own love theory in this book was measured in ... three different but interrelated aspects of the self: the material self (all these aspects of material existence, in which we feel a strong sense of responsibility, our bodies, our families, our goods), the social self (our perceived social relationships) and the spiritual self (our feelings of our own subjectivity). In 1956, psychologist and social philosopher Erich Fromm suggested that loving oneself is different from being arrogant, cocky, or self-centered, which means that instead of taking care of yourself and taking responsibility for yourself. Fromm offered to re-evaluate self-love in a more positive sense, arguing that to be able to truly love person, the person must first love himself/herself on the way to respect for respect for and knowing yourself (e.g. being realistic and honest about your strengths and weaknesses). [17] In the 1960s, Erik H. Erikson wrote similarly about the post-narcissistic appreciation of the value of ego,[19] while Carl Rogers saw one of the results of successful therapy as regaining a quiet sense of pleasure in being himself. Self-love or self-esteem was defined in 2003 by Aiden Gregg and Constantine Sedikides as referring to the subjective assessment of oneself as internally positive or negative. Mental health The role of self-love in mental health was first described by William Sweetser (1797-1875) as maintaining mental hygiene. His analysis, shown in a Temperance Society essay published on August 26, 1830, claimed that regular maintenance of mental hygiene had a positive impact on the well-being of individuals and communities. Lack of self-love increases the risk of suicide according to the American Association of Suicidology,[22] the Association conducted a study in 2008 that examined the effects of low self-centeredness and lack of self-love and its relationship with suicidal tendencies and attempts. They defined self-love as self-belief (self- esteem based on themselves)[23] and beliefs about how other people treat themselves (different self-esteem). [23] Depression, hopelessness and low self-assession have been found to be the implications of suicidal susceptibility factors and that these results suggest that even in the context of depression and hopelessness, low self-appreciation may increase the risk of suicidal ideation[23]. The history of self-love was first promoted by the Beat Generation in the 1950s and in the early 1960s. After witnessing the devastating effects of World War II and for troops still fighting in the Vietnam War, Western (especially North American) societies began to promote peace and love to help generate positive energy and promote the preservation of distracting environmental factors such as the emergence of oil pipelines and the recognition of pollution caused by the greenhouse effect. These deteriorating living conditions led to worldwide protests, which focused primarily on the end of the war, but secondly promoted a positive environment supported by the fundamental concept of crowd psychology. This post-war community was very prone to persuasion, but it began to encourage freedom, harmony and the possibility of a brighter, unmissable future. These protests took place on almost all continents and included countries such as the United States (mainly New York and California), England and Australia. Their dedication, perseverance, and empathy for human life defined this generation as advocates of peace and carefree souls. The rise of the feminist movement began as early as the 19th century, only during the second wave movement, which included protests for women's rights, which inevitably led to women obtaining the right to vote. These protests not only promoted equality, but also suggested that women should recognize their worth through knowledge and acceptance of self- love. Elizabeth Cady Stanton used the Declaration of Independence as a guideline to demonstrate that women have been harshly treated for centuries in her feminist essay entitled Declaration of Feelings. In his essay, he argues that all men and women are equal; ... that among these [rights] is life, freedom and the pursuit of happiness; [24] and that without these rights, the ability to self-esteem and self-love is limited. This historical essay suggests that lack of self-esteem and fear of self-love affect modern women due to persistent post-industrial gender conditions. Self-love is also used as a tool in the color community in the United States. In the 1970s black-power movement, the slogan Black is beautiful! has become a way for African-Americans to shed their coat of predominantly white beauty norms. The dominant cultural aesthetic of the 1970s was to straighten black hair with a perm or hot comb. During the Movement Black Power, afro or fro became a popular hairstyle. This consisted in black hair growing naturally, without chemical treatment, to embrace and flaunt the extremely curly texture of black people's hair. The hair was teased hair using a pick. The goal was to make the hair form a halo around the head, flaunting the user's blackness. This form of self-love and empowerment in the 1970s was a way for African-Americans to fight the stigma against their natural hair texture, which was and still is largely seen as unprofessional in the modern workplace. Modern social media platforms have created a platform to promote self-love and mental health awareness to put an end to the stigma surrounding mental health and address authoritative rather than negative love. Several modern examples of auto-love promotion platforms include: Dove Campaign for Real Beauty Slut Walk To Write Love on Her Arms Literary References by Beck, Bhar, Brown & Ghahramanlou‐Holloway (2008). Self-esteem and suicidal ideas in outpatient psychiatric. Suicide and life-threatening behaviour 38. Malvolio is described as suffering from self-love... in the Twelfth Night (I.v.85-6), without any prospect of its own. Self-love or self-esteem was later defined by A.P. Gregg and C. Sedikides in 2003. [16] [28] See also Wikiquote has quotes related to: Self-love Agape, Philia, Philautia, Storge, Eros: Ancient Greek love Amour de soi / amour propre Ego (Freudian) Selfish selfishness Ethical selfish selfishness Karuṇā individualism (self-compassion) Joie de vivre Me generation Narcissism Pride Self-acceptance Self-actualization Self- image Self-awareness Self-concept Self-concept Spiritual awakening True self and false self Vanity References ^ self-love. Dictionary. Springfield, Massachusetts: Merriam-Webster. Accessed March 24, 2020. ^ Hierarchy of needs maslowa ^ Hall, Willis (1844). Address released August 14, 1844: Before the Society of Phi Beta Kappa at Yale College. Harvard University: B. L. Hamlen, 1844. p. 20. ^ B. Kirkpatrick (ed.), Thesaurus Rogeta (1998), p. 592 and 639 ^ Senghaas, Dieter (2002). Clash in civilizations: to weather cultural conflicts. Press of psychology. p. 33. 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