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While many of us have an easy time showering other people with love, we find that Cupid has yet to hit us with the “body love” arrow. Don’t wait for Cupid! Begin today to start appreciating, accepting and yes, even loving your body.
There are millions of microscopic functions that go on in our bodies every day, and you don’t even have to think about them. They just happen! Unfortunately, it often takes a crisis or a tragedy, such as a brush with death, a go-around with a disease, or a debilitating accident for some women to realize that their bodies weren’t so bad to begin with and that their body hang-ups were a big waste of time. Don’t let that be the case with you! How much time are you spending each day worrying about your weight, your body shape, the size of your rear? What could you be doing during that time? Maybe you’re supposed to be the first female president, but you’ll never know because you’re too busy obsessing about your abs!
This was a question that I asked the body of someone that I was with the other day. Through many forms, one of them being applied kinesiology, you can actually talk with the body. I asked the question and when his body gave the response that told me that he did not love his body, his reaction was at first very defensive. This body talk business is nonsense!
I sat with him and continued to listen and within the next few minutes he went from defensiveness to being on the verge of tears. He admitted that he really didnt love his body. He was angry for the way his body looked. He was upset because his health problems were getting worse. Shame was an emotion that was beginning to surface with regards to his body and what he was going through. He was ashamed of what he …
Did you know that most of the images you see on television, movies and magazines aren’t even real? A model for a magazine cover goes through hours of professional hair and make-up, has professional stylists, top photographers who know her “best side,” professional lighting, and that’s all before the chosen photo goes to a company where they remove stray hairs, wrinkles, blemishes and “extra” curves. Sometimes Model A’s head is stuck onto Model B’s body. What you see is totally made up!
And it’s not just fashion magazines that are creating a fantasy. Most of today’s “fitness” magazines are following suit. On top of airbrushing and computer generating their models, fitness magazines now need to audition their models to be sure they’re strong enough to just do basic exercises! Muscles are even airbrushed in! It’s time to get real! Find real role models who emanate the qualities you desire. Educate yourself about what really goes on “behind the scenes.” And realize that no one naturally “glows” the way those models in the magazines do!
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