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Overcoming the Loser Spirit: 17 Steps Towards Healing


 




I  have spent the past couple of months blogging about the sheer destructiveness of the Loser Spirit.

Now, I am excited to finally discuss healing steps that we can all take to overcome it.

Below are 17 steps towards healing from the Loser Spirit:
  1. Making the decision to heal
  2. Building self-awareness
  3. Taking ownership 
  4. Making peace with the past
  5. Letting go of the past
  6. Self-forgiveness
  7. Forgiving others
  8. Removing the negativity from your life
  9. Filling your life with positive people
  10. Asking for help
  11. Writing about it
  12. Practicing mindfulness
  13. Self-acceptance
  14. Allowing love to flow into your life
  15. Staying present in the moment
  16. Embracing yourself
  17. Outlining your life-long pursuits
The Loser Spirit is not going to leave us alone of its own accord. Yet, battling it on a daily basis will only serve to wear us down both emotionally and spiritually.  In my experience, the most effective way to deal with the Loser Spirit is overcome it via a journey of healing.

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