Beauty! What is beauty means to you? Am I beautiful?
Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder
Everyday we are surrounded by the world’s perspective of beauty:
Blue eyes, keratin treated hairs, slim, tall, hourglass figure, and what not Beautiful women comes in all different shapes and sizes. I’ve a sister and she’s GORGEOUS. Men love her and women wish to look like her, her smile looks awesome on her. The only problem is that she doesn’t see herself the way others see her. But isn’t that the problem? How we see ourselves is important! We never see ourselves the way people see us. Please read this blog till the end, and comment your thoughts here.
What makes you beautiful?
Beauty is the combination of all the standards of a person or thing that charm the sense and mind. We all are unique. No one looks same, but even then each one of us has different personalities and standards that are so unique, physically or mentally. If you’ve never been called beautiful that doesn’t means that you’re not beautiful at all. Beauty is something outstanding of its kind and we are all beautiful and we are all excellent.
People are also adopting few artificial treatment like surgery n all by which they can modify accordingly; coz they don’t like their facial features or any other body part, the way they born. they wish something else, they wish to look like any other celebrity is looking, people are not satisfied 100 percent the way they look. I don’t think so, you really need those treatments. You’re beautiful the way you are ladies and girls. However, the reality is, that we all need to be comfortable in our own skin.
I wish I could tell you how you should see yourself or how you should feel about yourself; All I can say is that whatever you decide to do, do it for yourself not for anybody else, Please! Don’t do anything for just to impress others. But only for you! Whether you want to lose weight, to go for hair removal or any other thing, it’s your decision, and it should be completely yours. Just be happy with who you are. Be comfortable in your body. Be confident. “Nobody looks the same and no one is perfect. We all are beautiful in our own way. “
“True beauty is not how you look
But the confidence, comfort and security you’ve with yourself! “
Things to remember:
- Start loving your body and stop judging other people’s bodies- For you to learn to love your body first you need to stop judging other based on their bodies. When you criticize other- you send wrong message both to them and to yourself. Quit it. You deserve to be loved and accepted in your exact body. So does everyone else.
- Cleanse your social media feed of anything that makes you feel bad about your body- Take control of what images and messages you allow into your brain. It’s your job to make sure you filter those things and start being mindful and farseeing around yourself. Follow social media accounts that show bodies that look like you.
- Know your body. Do something that makes your body feel good every day. Make it a practice to do something good to yourself. Know your body, put a face mask, trim your hair or anything which makes you feel good. This is all about to train your brain to associate your brain with positive feelings. Make it a habit to shower love to your body and start to feel natural over time.
Your body loves you, Love it back.
Appreciate your physical beauty—-
It’s great to take care of yourself when it comes to physical appearance. We should always feel comfortable in our own skin and looking after our body is a healthy pattern, the fact that we have a body at all is incredible. whether you believe in god or not when the world was created it was not given rules to help humankind judge what physical beauty is? No these ideas were made by us and today often manipulated by the media. we are attacked by images showing people with properly attractive bodies.
We know that most of these images are not real, that they have been edited in order to sell an idea for a dream but we easily forget this and the quickly intensifier confidence issues. with nowadays media platforms playing on our insecurities, it is hard not to compare ourselves with others. anything that does not match the popular definition of beauty appears to eyes as a floor and makes us judgmental always assessing physical beauty against that benchmark.
Know your body,
“Don’t let socially constructed ideas about beauty lower your self esteem, there are no rules to beauty accept and love yourself as you are embrace your flaws and get comfortable in your own skin, wear your imperfections like they don’t need a season to be fashionable. “
“There is a culture of negativity swirling around the internet and even rebounding on those we claim to like. Constant comparison of one human against another drives you into a web of negative and loveless thought. “
The size of your waist does not define you
your skinetone doesn’t define you
That number on the scales does not define you
Those marks on your body don’t define you
Those assumptions don’t define you
Those judgements don’t define you
Your personal beauty is not for everyone and that is fine it does not mean you are less beautiful than any other human being. Perfection is subjective and based completely on perception. Above all, Wear your imperfections proudly because they make you unique. Never stop appreciating your own beauty. If you feel you would rather be someone other than yourself you are not alone but if you can recognize and embrace your own unique beauty you can live with originality and be happy of who you are. A person who accepts themselves as they are, they are can inspire the world and that can be you. You could show the world how to reach Joy through self-acceptance.
You can do better!
DISCLAIMER: This is my personal blog, the views and opinions expressed here represent my own and not those of people or organization that I may or may not be related with unless stated explicitly. The content is copyrighted solely to the caretaker of this website. Do not copy. Also thoughts and opinions change from time to time as I come to learn more and develop my understanding about the things and issues that I am blogging about. This blog just provides a snapshot of the knowledge, views, and opinions that I hold at a particular point of time and these might most probably change over a period of time. I reserve the right to evolve my knowledge, thoughts, and viewpoints over time and to change them without assigning any reason. Comments are welcome. However, note that, tasteless and insulting comments may be deleted. Any personal remarks and attacks may be deleted. The same holds true for off-topic comments. Any comments that reek of link spam or marketing messages WILL be deleted.
I am not responsible for the content in comments other than those made by me, or in blogs or other online content that I may link to.