marketman's picture
From marketman rss RSS  subscribe Subscribe

How to Feel Beautiful Feel Beautiful and Celebrate Ourselves 

The Woman Men Adore...and Never Want To Leave. Best Seller On CB For Over 4 Years! Women Love These Insights
About Men Which They Won't Find Anywhere Else. http://lnk.co/II16W

 

 
 
Tags:  beauty tips  beautiful women  beauty and the beast  beauty courses  beauty grace  beauty quotes  beauty products 
Views:  38
Published:  February 15, 2012
 
0
download

Share plick with friends Share
save to favorite
Report Abuse Report Abuse
 
Related Plicks
A Beauty Pageant As One of the Ways to Explore Women's Abilities

A Beauty Pageant As One of the Ways to Explore Women's Abilities

From: marketman
Views: 130 Comments: 0
The Woman Men Adore...and Never Want To Leave. Best Seller On CB For Over 4 Years! Women Love These Insights
About Men Which They Won't Find Anywhere Else. http://lnk.co/II16W

 
Inner Beauty - Beauty Goes Beyond What the Eye Can See

Inner Beauty - Beauty Goes Beyond What the Eye Can See

From: marketman
Views: 262 Comments: 0
The Woman Men Adore...and Never Want To Leave. Best Seller On CB For Over 4 Years! Women Love These Insights
About Men Which They Won't Find Anywhere Else. http://lnk.co/II16W

 
Traits to Look For to Find Beautiful Women

Traits to Look For to Find Beautiful Women

From: marketman
Views: 135 Comments: 0
The Woman Men Adore...and Never Want To Leave. Best Seller On CB For Over 4 Years! Women Love These Insights
About Men Which They Won't Find Anywhere Else. http://lnk.co/II16W

 
Natural Beauty - Your Own Way

Natural Beauty - Your Own Way

From: marketman
Views: 106 Comments: 0
The Woman Men Adore...and Never Want To Leave. Best Seller On CB For Over 4 Years! Women Love These Insights
About Men Which They Won't Find Anywhere Else. http://lnk.co/II16W

 
Health & Beauty Tips

Health & Beauty Tips

From: marketman
Views: 109 Comments: 0
The Woman Men Adore...and Never Want To Leave. Best Seller On CB For Over 4 Years! Women Love These Insights
About Men Which They Won't Find Anywhere Else. http://lnk.co/II16W

 
See all 
 
More from this user
Play Arcade Games Online

Play Arcade Games Online

From: marketman
Views: 2802
Comments: 0

Free Electricity by Magnetic Generator

Free Electricity by Magnetic Generator

From: marketman
Views: 1583
Comments: 0

Short Guide To Finding The Best Place To Sell Gold Bullion Coins

Short Guide To Finding The Best Place To Sell Gold Bullion Coins

From: marketman
Views: 1260
Comments: 0

Wireless Burglar Alarms - Its Crime Time! Be Cautioned!

Wireless Burglar Alarms - Its Crime Time! Be Cautioned!

From: marketman
Views: 806
Comments: 0

Dealing with Dog Allergies

Dealing with Dog Allergies

From: marketman
Views: 1819
Comments: 0

A New Domestic Accounting Model based on Domestic Well-Being

A New Domestic Accounting Model based on Domestic Well-Being

From: marketman
Views: 1554
Comments: 0

See all 
 
 
 URL:          AddThis Social Bookmark Button
Embed Thin Player: (fits in most blogs)
Embed Full Player :
 
 

Name

Email (will NOT be shown to other users)

 

 
 
Comments: (watch)
 
 
Notes:
 
Slide 1: ==== ==== How to Captivate a Man, Make Him Fall in Love with You -- and Give You The World! http://lnk.co/II16W ==== ==== Our culture, around the world, puts so much pressure on us to look good, to stay young, and to stay beautiful. Why? How does this impact us? There are many reasons why. One, from more of an evolutionary stance, is that being beautiful encourages people to procreate. Women who are younger are, of course, more able to have children so youth is seen as something that is desirable; this is natural and helps us have procreate around the world. If we had evolved in such a way to find elderly people to be attractive then we wouldn't have as many babies and genes wouldn't be passed on. While this may seem rather scientific and cold, it does have a very evolutionary, genetic aspect to it. It helps us make babies and keep generations going. You could almost say that beauty is in the genes. But perhaps a far more powerful force that generates what we consider beautiful and affects us is the media. The media is constantly telling us what's beautiful and what's attractive because there's a benefit to that. If we love who we are and don't see a need to change to improve ourselves then no companies can make money on selling products that improve people. So there's a sense that "hey, we have to make people feel like there's a sense that they need to change themselves and make themselves more beautiful so that we can make money." Again, this may seem cold but it has a very monetary benefit to our culture. It helps us create products so that we can change and look "more beautiful." So in a sense we could say that we are being brain-washed. We're being brain-washed as to what beautiful is and it constantly changes, so in that way we are continuously on the move to improve ourselves. We're never satisfied with who we are; we have to change, stay young and if we are young we have to look differently than we are. That is what keeps the economic wheels turning. So can we or do we need do anything about this? The answer is "yes." Yes we should do something about this and yes we can do something about this. So first, why should we do anything about this? Why not just buy into everything we're told, make changes, and keep improving ourselves to stay young and stay beautiful? Mostly we should do something about this because it's hard on us. It's not wrong or inappropriate to make changes to improve ourselves, it's actually good to do that; but when there's a sense of constant "deficit" that we tell ourselves "there's something wrong with me" then changes need to occur. It's better, far better, to say "Hey, this is the way I am. This is the way God created me, however, can I enhance it or can I make it better?" It's a lot like a farmer who has a field and there are wild berries there and he can find wild animals to hunt and gather; or he can get domesticated animals and he can till that land and make it even more productive. It's kind of like that; it's a choice, we still love the beauty of the wildness but we can choose to improve ourselves. For a moment, let's imagine our beauty is an open field. Something that in and of itself is truly beautiful, it's a gift from God; it's something we can celebrate and be excited about. However, we may want to change and make some improvements; or we may not, it's just a choice, either one is
Slide 2: fine. If we take it in a way that, "Yes, my hair is graying a bit. I think I'll color my hair and not let the gray come out" it's okay; or we can say "Yes, my hair is graying but I'm just going to accept it. I don't mind the graying" then that's okay too. But do you see the gentleness there? We're kind about our looks. We can change them but we can also love them and keep them the same. We can be excited about change and we can be excited about growing old and aging; both can be fine but if we don't accept what we have, even after the improvements, we are going to be unhappy. I think that's where we need to be careful about media and advertisements. They really play on us being unhappy with what is. Health is about accepting what is and ultimately loving what is. Beauty is something that we can change, we can improve upon, and we can accept. But to be happy, to have a good life we need to love what we have and/or love the improvements we make with what we have. If every time we look in the mirror we are self-critical, we attack ourselves and say things like, "That's ugly. That's unattractive. Those wrinkles are just disgusting" then we're going to suffer. Instead, if we say "Hey, that's a beautiful person there. I love that person and I'm going to make some changes and make that person even more beautiful but it's a beautiful person even when it gets out of bed first thing in the morning." That's hard to do and that's why meditation can help us improve this. Let's work towards improving the way we feel about ourselves because the main person who suffers when we are self-critical about the way we look is us; we suffer. The key to change is to start by being aware of what we are thinking in our head all day long. If we are noticing that we are being self-critical all day long about the way we look then we're not going to feel good inside. There's going to be a slow, progressive, self-loathing there. Since we all age, there's no way we can keep up with the most beautiful people in the world, it's impossible. So instead of comparing and contrasting, by just loving ourselves we are going to be happy. For example we may go to an art gallery and see some beautiful Monet Lilies and fall in love with them, finding them utterly beautiful; then we can go to another part of the gallery and see a Michelangelo sculpture and say, "Oh my goodness that is so beautiful!" So the key is to celebrate everything and see it as beautiful. If we don't judge ourselves and, equally important, if we are not judging other people, then life will go better; because the negative self-talk that we hear in our head is hard on us. The ultimate goal is to quiet your mind and not to judge, not to criticize; just to be with and enjoy all the wonders of life. Celebrate the different shapes, sizes, and looks of everyone around us and life goes so much better. When I met my wife and began dating her she introduced me to one of the most beautiful women I have ever met in my life. Her name was Vy and it was my wife's grandmother. She was almost 90 years old and she was short, overweight, and yet she had an indomitable beautiful spirit that just made her glow with a beauty and radiance beyond description. Our actions often make us far more beautiful than the external looks that we have. But the most important person in the world that's going to help us to feel beautiful inside and out is ourselves. Even if the whole world thinks we are very attractive, if we don't think so ourselves, then it won't make any difference. But the reverse is true also. If we celebrate who we are and love who we are, even as we age, we will feel attractive, we will feel beautiful no matter what the world says. So it's important to pay attention to our thoughts and that's the beauty of meditation; it helps us to be aware of what we are thinking. Once we are aware of what we are thinking, we can then change what we are thinking. So let's pay attention to our thoughts. Let's work on loving who we are, finding ourselves beautiful inside and out, and then love us around us too.
Slide 3: Dr. Robert Puff, Ph.D. is a meditation expert, author, clinical psychologist, international speaker and the creator of the weekly podcast that explores the world of Happiness at http://www.HappinessPodcast.org He also has a blog at http://www.Meditation-Enlightenment.com If you would like to contact Dr. Puff, his e-mail address is DrPuff@cox.net Article Source: http://EzineArticles.com/?expert=Dr._Robert_Puff ==== ==== How to Captivate a Man, Make Him Fall in Love with You -- and Give You The World! http://lnk.co/II16W ==== ====

   
Time on Slide Time on Plick
Slides per Visit Slide Views Views by Location