Self-Healing

Wrinkles On My Face

Nice words and a nice appearance doesn’t conclude that someone is nice, I believe that the nicer you look, the more deceptive you appear.

Michael Bassey Johnson

The problem is anxiety and depression, not wrinkles. Our face reflects our thinking and feeling. The way we think and feel about ourselves gets incarnated on our faces.

Pimples and acne, blackheads, and dark circles on our faces show that we don’t have self-love. There is a lack of self-esteem in us.

The cure is not medication but meditation.

Take a mirror and look at your face. Don’t judge your complexion. Could you take it as it is? Accept the way you’re. Don’t compare your beginning with others.

It’s not a beauty competition. You don’t need a face wash or face pack; all you need is a little love and respect.

You expect love and respect from others, and you hate yourself.

Isn’t it a contradiction?

No one can make you feel good unless and until you start loving yourself.

I know it’s hard. But I’m writing it from my personal experience.

The outer world is merely a reflection of our inner world. The way we think and feel about ourselves, others treat us the same way.

We can change the outer circumstances by changing our thoughts and feelings about ourselves.

Love yourself. Have self-respect for yourself. Accept your body as it is and love it. Give it what it needs.

Proper sleep, good nutrients, and regular exercise

In a few weeks, you’ll start to notice changes.

“You’ve been criticizing yourself for years and it hasn’t worked. Try approving of yourself and see what happens.”

Louise Hay

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