Creative Health Institute’s Weight Loss Tip # 20: Avoid magazines, television shows and movies that focus obsessively on weight, body image and appearance.
Your journey toward maintaining a healthy weight for the rest of your life is a threefold path. It is spiritual, emotional and physical. Popular culture bombards us every day — especially during beach season — with images and messages that focus all of the attention on physical appearance. What’s really sad is that even movie actors and actresses — who get paid, in part for their physical beauty, are the targets of hyper scrutiny. If someone who gets paid millions of dollars to act in a movie has trouble looking good on the beach, what hope is there for us? This popular culture obsession with physical beauty is so destructive. The fact is — NOBODY looks like the air-brushed, photo-shopped pictures we see in fashion magazines and billboards.
For your own emotional health and freedom today — turn your eyes away from images that exploit bodies of men and women.
Remember that real beauty shines through the eyes. It comes from a peaceful heart and a healthy mind, body and soul.
Wishing all of your the best day ever…
Robert Morgan (Bobby)
Creative Health Institute
Daily Inspiration: “People are like stained-glass windows. They sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in, their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light from within.” ~ Elizabeth Kubler-Ross
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