Self-love is more than taking long, luxurious baths. It’s being true to yourself, falling in love with your life, and creating moments of pleasure throughout your days. I’m joined by Gina Swire to talk about her journey into self-love and how she helps other divine women fall in love with themselves every day.
About Gina Swire
Gina Swire is a self-love expert, mentor, and manifesting queen on a global mission to help a billion women fall madly in love with themselves. After struggling with her own self-worth and image issues, Gina quit her career as a plus-size model at the height of her fame in order to embark on her own journey of transformation.
Today she travels the world leading live workshops, hosting retreats, coaching private clients, and speaking on stages from Burning Man to Bali, as she inspires women everywhere to love themselves, love their lives, and use it all to do good for the planet.
About Shifting Into Self-Love
So many powerful women have pasts full of pain or trauma. One of the most powerful lessons we can learn is how to turn these experiences into power, dharma, and transformation.
Gina shares how she turned away from her successful modelling career when it no longer felt in alignment with her soul’s purpose. She used these years of internal strife and trauma to start tapping into her divine inner bliss. When Gina realised that she no longer needs to rely on others to bring her happiness and love, her bliss and life opened up for her.
One way that Gina discovered how to manifest the life she truly desired was to create a vision board (even though she didn’t know what it was then). This vision board helped her stay focussed on the big picture of what she wanted.
Something that she needed to realise, though, before she could move forward and heal was who she was. Gina spent all these years in modelling being told how to dress and who to be. But when she left the career, she found she didn’t know who she was and what kind of clothes Gina Swile would wear.
This led Gina on a journey to discover who she is. Travelling the world and staying in places like Bali helped Gina feel the most herself. But when lockdown happened, obviously we can’t keep globetrotting. Gina figured out that she doesn’t actually need to go to these places to be who the truest representation of herself.
Now, Gina leads a life in alignment with herself, following her soul’s purpose, and falling deeply in love with herself. She’s stopped trying to please other people, instead staying focussed on herself only.
Gina shares how you, too, can start falling in love with yourself, no matter what’s going on in your life. From repeating self-love mantras to yourself to Marie-Kondoing joy into your entire life, you are worthy and capable of the kind of self-love that you crave.
How are you showing yourself that you love yourself today? What ways have you learned to step into your truth? Let me know in the comments, lovely!
In This Episode
- How you can turn your pain into power, your trauma into dharma
- How to connect with your divine inner bliss
- What power there is in creating vision boards
- Why you should try to actually be YOU, not someone else or someone you think you should be
- How to transition out of people pleasing modes
- What happens when you give yourself permission to be yourself no matter where you are in the world
- How to fall in love with yourself
- Why you need to surround yourself with joyful things
“I’m the only one who knows how to dress me. Yes, stylists can dress me up as someone else, but I’m the only person who knows who I am.” (26:59)
“I choose to trust in the divine. I choose to trust in the Universe. And I choose to trust that whatever evolves is right and perfect.” (37:36)
“No, if there’s one person that’s going to love themself in this world, it’s going to be me. And if there’s one person who’s going to love me, it’s going to be me. I’m the only one I’ve got. I love you.” (41:53)