Shaping Once Inner Beauty
Shaping Once Inner Beauty
It is often said that Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder. If you ask most people what they find beautiful about a person, many of them will probably begin to describe someone’s physical characteristics. What makes someone beautiful to me is their generosity, courage, kindness, and sense of humor. Inner Beauty is not some that you can find anywhere in the world, but this is the only thing that you can find within yourself. The term beauty doesn’t only encompass the visual. If you know and love the entirety of a person – their face, body and soul – the outside beauty perhaps becomes less relevant and a different kind of attractiveness overshadows the rest. It is a state of experiencing the wholeness of your human being in harmony and balance in the present moment. We experience our inner beauty when we are aligned with our life’s purpose, our true heart’s desire and with our whole Self. When we live disconnected to our body or emotions, we feel weaker and are not able to glow the way a person does when they are integrated and connected.
We need to start shifting our attention from the physical to the internal. Begin teaching our children that beauty is not only about what you can see on the outside, but on the inside too. It is often said that “beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” but there are numerous physical and mental benefits to working toward your own version of inner beauty. Focusing on what you enjoy about your personality, your life, and your individual circumstances rather than external factors, including your appearance, can help you radiate positivity and commendable personality qualities to others. Even as most of society emphasises the value of external appearance, there are steps you can take to focus on creating an inner beauty that is personally satisfying, as well as inspiring to others.
As our society moves forward in a ever digital, instant, and shallow (yes it is) place, beauty is often reduced to merely the physical form. Comparison of one’s self to another becomes instantaneous. As we scroll through others lives and allow others to scroll through ours, we lose clarity of the truth. We know the stereotypical saying, “Beauty is skin deep,” and any beauty related quote as told by Audrey Hepburn, but really what inner beauty is acceptance and appreciation of one’s self.
Outer beauty can be a fake one, a pretended one but inner beauty can’t lie. The look of a person can be easily changed through tons of ways, for example, make up, dressing, or even cosmetic surgery. It is because they think outer beauty is everything. They forget about the inside, their inner beauty. If a person looks so attractive, but having evil thoughts, would they be a reliable friend of others? What kind of friends will be more popular, the one with a pretty face or a friendly, hardworking and helpful person, but with a “not-that-good-looking” appearance?
If you don’t have an awesome look, it doesn’t really matter, just be good inside. People around you will finally appreciate you when they know you. Just remember, inner beauty is always more important than the outer beauty.
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