Next month, I will celebrate my 11-year weight loss surgery anniversary. After losing weight, it was hard to “see” the real me in the mirror. The vision of myself in the mirror still reflected the 300 pound version of myself. It was a while before my head and my body came into alignment. (You can read the full story on this blog in other post.) Weight loss or not, what we often see in the mirror is a critically distorted version of what is really there. Most of us tend to focus on our imperfections rather than on our positive features. Okay, so let’s get real—we all have imperfections. Sure, no matter what age we are, or what our weight is, there are always things we can find to be critical of about our appearance. But I have come to realize, that no matter what—I need to see myself for who I really am. I realize that I must stay connected with my profound accomplishment and to express my new-found confidence in the real me—the one I was created to be.
- 1What we often see in the mirror is often distorted. We tend to focus on our imperfections and flaws.
- 2It is important to look beyond your exterior and see yourself for who you really are.
- 3Instead of of focusing on what you’d like to change, stop and think the awesomeness of who you are—not just in the mirror, but inside and out.
I must continue to look beyond the exterior—one shaped by environment and circumstance and find the one that was formed and designed by The Master Architect.
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