Love and Accept Yourself More
It’s not easy to feel good about ourselves when at every turn we are bombarded with images of what beauty is supposed to be. Yоung wоmеn who have high sex appeal in the eyes of most viewers are chosen for their beauty to take roles in Hollywood movies. However, sеx арреаl іѕn’t оnlу аbоut уоuth; іt’ѕ аlѕо аbоut аn individual’ѕ рhуѕісаl hеаlth аnd арреаrаnсе. Yet often, despite doing everything physically possible to look good, women still don’t accept themselves. The only way to love and accept yourself more is to heal from the traumas that you’ve experienced in life. When completed, you’ll be more settled within yourself causing your sex appeal to skyrocket in the eyes of those who find you attractive.
Our Unconscious Drives
Mоthеr Nаturе knоwѕ bеѕt whісh tуре оf mаn аnd wоmаn аrе ѕuіtеd tо furthеr оur ѕресіеѕ. Shе’ѕ ѕubсоnѕсіоuѕlу рrоgrаmmеd uѕ tо bе рhуѕісаllу аttrасtеd tо ѕресіfіс trаіtѕ іn thе орроѕіtе ѕеx. There are certain traits that all men find attractive in a woman, and vice versa due to the ѕubсоnѕсіоuѕ рrоgrаmmіng. Apart from that there’s no denying that when men and women are young, they are driven by some very strong biological urges which have them rushing into situations without thinking. Fortunately, as we get older those drives tend to wane.
In the Eye of the Beholder
A healthy, vibrant look is always appealing. Exеrсіѕіng аnd fоllоwіng а hеаlthу nutrіtіоnаl рlаn саn kеер аn individual hеаlthу аnd trіm. A lеаn, hеаlthу bоdу іѕ аttrасtіvе tо quite a substantial portion of bоth ѕеxеѕ, and yet, many men find a voluptuous woman just as attractive if not more attractive than a skinny broad. As the saying goes, beauty is in the eye of the beholder, is it not?
It’s Not How You Look That Counts
As one gets older the most important thing about one’s appearance is not how you look but rather how you feel about how you look. If one is happy with herself being curvy, then why try to change that to please others? There’s a forceful push in all advertising and media for women to be slender and to have big boobs, but is that what makes us happy? Do we feel pressured to conform to this stereotype? Does it make us feel less than beautiful if we don’t conform? Here’s an image of a woman who to me is truly beautiful, and yet she’s not slender. Take a look:
What is True Beauty?
Nobody can tell me that the woman in the photo above isn’t beautiful. Some might want to argue with me about that, which brings us to the question of “what is beauty?” To me, beauty is an inner radiance that shines through when we believe in ourselves – when we have reached wholeness. The woman in the photo above has that, even though she’s not slender. It’s not what some might call beauty, but there’s no denying that people who have this inner radiance are certainly attractive. What have they done that is different to others? They have worked on processing the pain of the trauma that they’ve been through in life, and have reached a point where they are healed of that pain.
A vital aspect of our healing is that we need to accept our bodies as they are. Now, if you can’t accept your body the way it is now, it obviously means that you’re going to have to do something to change your lack of acceptance. It might mean losing weight, or toning up, or getting some surgery done if you really feel that this is what you need to do. But your reasons for doing it should always be for you, and for nobody else but you.
The Pressure to Conform
I’m a woman who feels no jealousy at all for other women. In fact, I have a deep appreciation for how beautiful women are, and no, I’m not a lesbian. I’m a straight heterosexual who simply likes to see the beauty in the female form. Yet my own self esteem has suffered due to the pressures placed upon me with regards to looks. So I know how difficult it must be for other women to withstand the pressure to conform to a certain type of beauty.
One thing I must comment on is my observation of the high number of breast augmentations that occur these days. Not only is there a huge amount of pressure for women to be heavy breasted, but when they do get plastic surgery to increase their bust, quite often the end result isn’t at all attractive anyway. Quite a few augmented breasts look like they’ve been stuck on. The surgeon has done a cheap and fast job of inserting the implants inside the breast pocket, but they look as fake as fake can be. I’m sure that guys don’t find them appealing, and having spoken to quite a number of guys about it, my thoughts are correct in that they don’t.
A Beautiful Curve
A woman’s breast begins in the armpit. The shape of the breast is like a teardrop that extends from up under the armpit and sweeps down over the breastbone from there. A natural breast has a beautiful curve.
The best breast augmentation is one with a teardrop shaped insert that is placed in the right position. However, most augmented breasts sit like Christmas puddings on a plate on the chest. It’s very obvious that they are fake. The only time that breasts like this are attractive are when they are inside a bra that is inside a shirt that is buttoned up. Or when they are under a skivvy that covers the chest with no cleavage showing! Truly, they are NOT attractive at all.
Pudding on a Plate
So ladies, if you are going to spend a whole heap of money on getting augmentation done, take control. Make sure that he starts your breast from up under the armpit and make sure that the insert is a teardrop shape. If he can’t show you an insert that is shaped in this manner before you go into surgery, find a surgeon who can and who will promise you that they’ll not create a “pudding on a plate” on your chest for you.
Tidy Your House
There are other surgeries that can be undertaken. Also, other actions that can be taken to help you feel good about yourself. Shopping for a new wardrobe of clothes can certainly help, as can wearing a little makeup and styling your hair. So too can de-cluttering the house….. Getting rid of clutter can free up the energy of your surroundings. This will have the effect of making you feel good. So do whatever needs doing to help you love and accept yourself more.
Once you’ve done whatever it is you need to do to help yourself feel more accepting of yourself, you’ll have healed another aspect of you that needs to be healed in order to bring yourself to wholeness. Self-integration and self-unification isn’t only about the inner work required to become whole. It can also be about fixing the ‘house’, so to speak. By that I mean either your body or the home that you live in. Just make sure that you’re doing it for you.
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