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WHOLISTIC MODEL OF LOVE

Key to Self-Love and Worthiness

At Jean Marie Farish Center for Conscious Loving, LLC, we have four universal principles, which are: 

  • Love Yourself

  • Live Your Potential

  • Love Whole Heartedly

  • Live by Higher Ideals

4 Universal Principles for Conscious Loving

Cultivating a Loving Spirit

What is Your Love Quotient (LQ)?

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Conscious Loving

Sincerity Is Love

“To be persusasive we must be believable, to be believable we must be credible; credible we must be truthful”

Edward R. Murrow

Sincerity is an aspect of authenticity. Be sincere and see where it takes you. How does it feel when you are sincere?

Unselfishness Is Love 

“True happiness is found in UNSELFISH LOVE. A Love which increases in proportion as it is shared”

Thomas Merton


Be a magnet for unselfish love and see where it takes you. How does it feel to attract abundance in your life with your unselfishness?

Kindness Is Love 

“Kindness is a passport that opens doors and fashions friends. It softens and molds relationships that can last lifetimes”

Joseph B. Wirthin


Plant seeds of loving kindness and see where it takes you. How does it feel when you are kind?

Patience Is Love 

“Patience is inner strength. One who is master of PATIENCE is the master of everything”

Anil Sinha


Patience is a powerful ingredient in the recipe of love. Be patient and feel the vibration of patience and see where it takes you. How does it feel when you are patient?

Guilelessness Is Love 

“There is a strange glow in the face of a guileless person. Inner cleanliness has its own soap and water–the soap of a strong faith and the water of constant practice”

Sri Sathya Sai Baba


Keep your thoughts pure and see where it takes you. What thoughts occupy your mind?

Good Temper Is Love 

“So of cheerfulness, or a Good Temper, the more it is the more it remains”

Ralph Waldo Emerson


Speak from your soul and see where it takes you. How does it feel when you are a person with a good temper?

Courtesy Is Love 

“There is a COURTESY of the heart; It is allied to LOVE. From it springs the purest COURTESY in the outward behavior”

Unknown


Words are powerful. Practice being courteous and see where it takes you. How does it feel when you are courteous, especially to yourself?

Humility Is Love 

“Mastery begins with HUMILITY”

Robin Sharma


Speak to win people, not to argue with them and see where it takes you. What does humility mean to you? What is the difference between pride and humility?

Generosity Is Love 

“Do all the good you can, By all the means you can, In all the places you can, At all the times you can, to all the people you can, As long as every you can”

John Wesley


Practice generosity and see where it takes you. How are you generous?

Wholistic Model of Love and Self Care

“Patience, Kindness, Generosity, Humility, Courtesy, Unselfishness, Good Temper, Guilessness, Sincerity. All these things make up the Supreme Gift, and are there in the soul of whoever wishes to be in the world and close to God”

Henry Drummond, 1851-1897

Spectrum of Love 

Ingredients in the Recipe of Love 

      • Patience
      • Kindness
      • Generosity

    • Humility
    • Courtesy
    • Unselfishness

  • Good Temper
  • Guilelessness
  • Sincerity

Patience

“Patience is inner strength. One who masters patience masters everything”

Anil Sinha

  • To Be Calm

  • To Be Self-Composed

  • To Be at Ease

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To Treat Yourself with Respect; To Be Gentle with Yourself; To Be Compassionate with Yourself 

“I shall not pass through this world but once. Any good therefore that I can do or any kindness that I can show to any human being, let me do it now. Let me not der or neglect it, for I shall not pass this way again.” 

Henry Drummond

  • To Treat Yourself With Respect
  • To Honor Yourself
  • To Be Considerate of Yourself

  • To Be Gentle With Yourself
  • To Be Compassionate With Yourself

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Generosity 

“For it is in giving that we receive.”

⦁ St. Francis of Assisi

To Be Non-Competitive

To have a Magnanimous Spirit

To Be-Synergetic

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Humility 

“Pride makes you artificial and humility makes us real.”

⦁ Thomas Merton

  • To Be Humble
  • To See Yourself in a Modest Way

  • To Listen to Your Inner Guidance
  • To Release the Egoic Perception of Self-Importance

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Courtesy 

“Courtesy is Love in little things”

        • Henry Drummond

      • To Be Well Mannered
      • To Be well Behaved
      • To Be Civil
      • To Be Gracious 

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Unselfishness 

Your conscience is the measure of the honesty of your selfishness. Listen to it carefully.”

Richard Bach

    • To Accept Yourself Completely
    • To Be Interested in Yourself
    • To Be Considerate of Yourself

Good Temper 

“The peculiarity of ill temper is that it is the voice of the virtuous.”

Henry Drummond

  • To Be Good Natured
  • To Be Amiable
  • To Be Agreeable
  • To Not Be Provoked

  • To Be Non-Reactive
  • To Not Be Self-Righteous
  • To Not Be Ill Tempered

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Guilelessness 

“There is a strange glow on the face of a guileless person. Inner cleanliness has its own soap and water–the soap of a strong faith and the water of constant practice.”

Sri Sathya Sai Baba

  • To Be Graceful
  • To Be Encouraging to Yourself

  • To Reframe From Evil Thoughts About Yourself

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Sincerity 

“To be persuasive we must be believable, to be believable we must be credible; credible we must be truthful.”

Edward R. Murrow

  • To Accept What Is Real
  • To Accept What Is Truth
  • To Know What Feels Right for You

  • To Know What Feels Good for You
  • To Be Authentic

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Self-Care Strategies 

Coming Soon

Emotional Wellness Strategies 

  • Be Optimistic
  • Spend Time With Supportive and Positive People
  • Engage in Self-Inquiry to Challenge Self-Defeating Thoughts, Feelings, and Behaviors
  • Engage in Activities That Are Inspirational and Uplifting That Spark Attitude Changes and New Outlook on Life
  • Reframe From Critical Self-Judgment and Self-Condemnation

Physical Wellness Strategies 

  • Respect Your Body
  • Engage in a Healthy Lifestyle
  • Diet Properly
  • Exercise Appropriately
  • Get Proper Rest
  • Love Your Body

Spiritual Wellness Strategies 

  • Be Compassionate
  • Live Purposefully
  • Engage in Practices to Connect You to Your Higher Self (Prayer, Meditation, Gratitude Practice, Forgiveness)
  • Spend Time in Nature
  • Create Sacred Spaces

Social Wellness Strategies 

  • Be Surrounded With Positive People
  • Connect With Supportive People
  • Set Healthy Boundaries
  • Achieve Balance in Giving and Receiving/
  • Engage in Activities That Are Healthy and Make You Feel Good

Benefits of Self-Love and Self-Care 

  • Wholehearted Living
  • Better Relationship With Yourself
  • Better Relationship With Others
  • Well-Being in All Areas of Your Life
  • Capacity to Give From a Full Cup of Love

My Life Pledge 

  • I Am Whole I Trust My Inner Guidance I Love Myself No Matter What
  • I Honor Myself I Am Creating the Best Possible Life I Can Create

  • I Am the Best Version of Myself Each Moment
  • I Am Grateful for the Abundance of Life

Dr. Jean Marie Farish’s Motto:

“Each one, Reach One, Teach One”

Resources 

Contact: Dr. Jean Marie Farish

Email: [email protected]

Services

      • Classes
      • Workshops

  • Life Care Coaching
  • Speaking Engagements

  • Creative Services and Cultural Arts Projects Consultation

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Wholistic Self-Care 

Components

  • Intellectual Wellness
  • Emotional Wellness
  • Physical Wellness

  • Spiritual Wellness
  • Social Wellness

Intellectual Wellness Strategies 

  • Read for Fun
  • Try Something New Every Day
  • Challenge Yourself to See More Than One Side of an Issue
  • Watch or Listen to Shows That Enlighten Your Mind
  • Learn to Appreciate the Arts and Tap Into Your Creativity
  • Participate in Online Training or Workshops

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