In this episode, Josh and Dallan explore why we’re so hard on ourselves, God’s love, how to better love ourselves, thought patterns, and more.
Shrink the Gap by Jason Wright (Deseret News)
For God so loved the world (John 3.16)
The Grandeur of God by Jeffrey R. Holland
Those who are healthy need not a physician (Mark 2.17)
Be ye therefore perfect (Matt 5.48)
God is liberal and merciful (Joseph Smith)
Interview with Bruce Lipton (Petri Dishes) [2m33s]
Mysteries of the Mind (Neuroscientist Article)
Let virtue garnish thy thoughts unceasingly (D&C 121.45)
Sacrament Prayers (D&C 20.77, 79)
Train up a child in the way he should go… (Prov. 22.6)
Love your enemies (Matt. 5.44)
Free Throw Visualization (Tony Robbins) [15m00s]
Example of Positive Affirmations (Louise Hay)
Whatever you ask for in faith, doubting nothing, you will receive:
Mark 11.22-24 | James 1.5-6 | 3 Ne. 18.20 | Morm. 9.21 | Moro. 10.4 | D&C 29.6
Be okay as you are now and you can make changes (Louise Hay) [3m53s]
If we served Him our whole lives, we’d still be unprofitable servants (Mosiah 2.21)
Wherefore, my guilt was swept away (Enos 1.6)
Believe that God loves you. Accept that He loves you. And feel His love for you.
Start to love yourself. Be kind, gentle, patient, and merciful with yourself.
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