You Are What You Eat, and Think, and Believe


We have all heard that you are what you eat, and you are, great hair and skin come from the inside out. What you put into your body is directly reflected on the outside of your body, but also what you think is also reflected in your face and your skin, and even what others think about you, if you let it get to you.

Learning to love yourself can be difficult, but it’s honestly so much easier then self hatred. No one else can truly love you until you love yourself, because you will not believe yourself worthy of giving and receiving love, and true love is matched and exchanged.

 


 

The power of belief is amazing, instead of wishing for things start visualizing things, for example, instead of saying “I need to lose 50 pounds,” start visualizing that you already are on your way, as you eat and exercise think about the pounds coming off and how good that feels.  Some people say to imagine you have already lost it,  I think this is how women end up in tube tops and short shorts that should never wear tube tops and short shorts.

I want you to visualize mean, hateful words being made of mud, and instead of being said in your own mind, or from someone else, they are stuck all over you for everyone to see. Fat. Stupid. Lazy. Worthless. No good. Ugly. By now you should know you are none of these things, you are an unbelievably beautiful miracle, you are made of awesome and rainbows, so now visualize taking a shower and washing all those old ugly words and thoughts off. Now coat yourself with invisible awesome paint so none of that ugly stuff can stick to you ever again, and keep it off and away.

When you are losing your temper and you think of ugly judgmental words for others, remember how that awful mud looked on you, and not everyone has awesome paint to keep it from sticking. Believe only good thoughts, look for good in everything, your smile and your eyes will reflect your thoughts, and this is the type of beauty that lasts forever. Stay happy, stay beautiful.


About the author:
MamaSteph has 2 kids by birth and several by love, she is a nurse and enjoys finding healthier ways to make comfort foods, gardening, enjoying nature, and living life to the fullest…For a list of her blogs please click here.

 

 


 
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