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Friday, January 17, 2014

B is for Beauty - Pagan Blog Project

You Are Beautiful Exercise
“Look in the mirror and tell yourself how wonderful you are.” – Louise Hay

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How often do you
look in the mirror?

I mean,
really look in the mirror?

Are you afraid to
express your own
unique beauty?

Let go of preconceptions about what beauty is and allow your beauty to shine.

To feel beautiful on the inside and out,
practice the following exercise.
Find a place you can be alone and will not be disturbed.


Take 4 deep breaths and center yourself.

Relax.

Look into a mirror.

Just look.

Let go of any criticisms.

Focus on what makes you unique.

Look at your eyes and say "My eyes are beautiful."

Look at your nose and say "My nose is beautiful."

Look at your lips and say "My lips are beautiful."

Acknowledge each part of your face and enjoy the beauty.

Keep going and do this for the rest of your body, 

all the way down to your toes.

When you have acknowledged your entire self, 
look into your eyes 
and say "I am beautiful."

Say "I am beautiful" over and over.

Bask in the appreciation of your beauty.

Take as long as you need.

When finished, take 4 more deep breaths.

Welcome back, beautiful being!


This beauty exercise was inspired by 

Amaterasu from 
"The Goddess Oracle" by Amy Sophia Marashinksy.


I'm super excited to be a part of 
The Pagan Blog Project

Every Friday experience the alphabet of spirituality 
and pagan goodness.

Check out the list of excellent blogs for week 3 of the letter B.
The Pagan Blog Project Week 3 - B


Peace, Inspiration, & Love,
 ~Amy
 The Magick Muse

Amy Riddle is an empowerment coach, crafter of sorts, writer,
herbalist, reverend, and all out muse.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Alternative Medicine with an emphasis on herbs. 
She is a certified professional life coach with the Life Coach Institute of Orange County. 
Amy craves to inspire others to be healthy and whole in body, mind, and spirit. 
She has an affinity for striped socks, stinging nettle, and all things faery.