Feel Beautiful Inside and Out

Love Yourself, Love Your Life

It’s hard to define true beauty, but you’ll know it when you feel it. It isn’t about blond hair or violet eyes. It doesn’t matter whether you’re curvy, skinny, tall, or short. In fact, physical stats don’t have much to do with real healthy beauty. You can make yourself feel beautiful, inside and out, by enhancing how your attitude toward yourself and by loving your authentic self unconditionally. Here’s how to begin.

Make sure you’re in prime physical health. See your medical practitioner, an eye doctor, and an ear specialist for thorough checkups. Do the whole nine yards and take care of any issues that might come up.

Do a nutritional tuneup. Maybe consult a physical training expert and a dietitian—they can help you design a road map for your physical self. Think seriously about including some yoga in your plan.

Get back to meditation. If you’ve fallen off daily meditation, recommit. If you haven’t made a place in your life for meditation, do it now. There is no other therapy that takes so little effort and yields such incredible benefits to your psyche, your body, and your brain.

Visit with your psychic or spiritual advisor—it’s time for a check up here, too.

Take inventory. Stand before a full-length mirror. You can do this nude or clothed – it’s up to you. Study yourself, from the top of your head to your feet. Truly look at yourself and make a written list of the ten things you adore about yourself.

Take another inventory. Sit quietly with a pad and pen. Play soft music. Light a lovely candle. Examine your mind and your spirit. Make a list of the 100 things about you that make you giddy with delight.

In your inventories, if you came upon a few things that could be tweaked, here are your choices: Accept those things with love and tolerance. Consider how those things support your finest attributes. Change whichever of those issues you think should be altered.

Set aside a period of time each week during which you help someone else. Do volunteer work in an organization you respect. Visit an aging relative, neighbor, or friend. Offer to assist a young mom or other caregiver who needs respite.

Go shopping. Buy a new outfit that’s quite different from your usual style. Be impulsive and go for bright color, soft fabric, flowing lines, or an unstructured fit. Make it incredibly attractive, perfectly comfortable, and 100% reflective of your inner self. Wear it today.

If you use make up or cosmetics, swap out what’s in your collection for newer, lighter-weight, less conspicuous choices. Make sure your cosmetics enhance your beauty rather than concealing it.

Make yourself a promise. Consider one aspect of yourself that might benefit from reaching for a higher level. Do whatever you have to do to begin that stretch. Take a class? Quit an undesirable habit? Pull away from a relationship that doesn’t lift your spirit?

Dedicate an entire day to nurturing yourself. No phone. No text. No social media. No work. No company. Pamper and pet yourself. Pleasure yourself. Love yourself. Talk to yourself. Repeat weekly or more often as needed.

It’s true, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. But do you know that how you see yourself colors how others see you? Beauty begins to flower deep inside you, and as it is nurtured, so it grows until it shines through your eyes like a flame of peace and wellness. Once you master the art of loving yourself every day, you’ll see undeniable beauty in that mirror, and so will everyone else.

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17 thoughts on “Feel Beautiful Inside and Out

  1. Gina Rose ext.9500Gina Rose ext.9500

    Dear Jennifer,

    My own daughter was a RN, just 2 years out of school when a drunk driver struck her head on……that was over 12 years ago, she was permanently disabled from that accident and can no longer work in her field….she is on SSD. Somedays she walks with a cane, but she still gets around. Some days she is in a wheel chair, but…she still gets around.

    But she still lives her life to the fullest, she even volunteers for local charities and helps out at the local VFW in her area, AND , takes care of a 3 year old daughter,AND is planning to go BACK to school on line to take courses in medical billing and decoding.

    Since she was an RN, she already knows medical terminology and does not wish to stay on SSD for the rest of her life.

    Her goal is to be productive, thrive and succeed DESPITE her disability and work from her home, and in the process, work AROUND her disability, by doing medical coding.

    Yes, life can be challenging, but the key is to bend and flex with those changes and challenges.

    If I were you, I would stop thinking about all the things you can’t do…..and start making a list of all the things you can do and still have an interest in.

    Blessed Be )O(
    Gina Rose ext.9500

  2. calanley

    i can dropp off and pick up my new love any time i needed you can do that too but doint tell no one for a new technology love sistame antill you open a class and you make history after that you can teach athers when you reach your goals love and disition to make that drection for your abcaming but never give up for your apourtunity to make and soft life honest responcpility love human writes freands writes your writes the person you love when it cames a reality for this sistuation only between male and female only not a guy or lasbian or any ather discasting sex

  3. Glenna ext. 5418

    This is excellent advice, Taryn!

    It brings to mind the old metaphysical saying “What we think about, we bring about”. Self love and care, even in small steps will change the life energy and spiritual connection within, us attracting even more desirable and pleasurable results.

    Thanks for the road-map for an upward spiral.

    Many Bright Blessings!

  4. arise

    Move gracefully; beauty is grace in motion.

    If you feel the need for a little more appeal, picture a rainbow aura around yourself.

  5. doris

    Good tips, Yoga it works all the time for me. Pampering myself, love it.

    One other thing that works great for me is the great outdoors, walks or jogging in the park,excellenet, transports me to another world.

    Also spending a day out now and again beside the seaside weather permitting is great, in additon to all the tips above.


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