Talking With Angels: Message On Beauty
Lisa Owens discusses beauty and how it is what you make it.
BY: Lisa Owens
Angels, what can you tell us about beauty?
Real beauty is lost in our society and culture. The emphasis on beauty has canceled out many individuals confidence, worth, value and love of themselves. Beauty has been used as a weapon to feed the ego's mindset with gluttony and unrealism. What you must understand about beauty is that beauty does not equal a certain size, physical appearance, stature, fame, and the like. You must see that beauty has been stripped away from its true definition. Your souls cry out when you beat yourself up for not looking the "correct" way or how everyone else expects you to. Your soul knows when you begin to transform for who you really are versus into something that is programmed to serve outward appetites that will never suffice.
True beauty does lie within all souls, but is forgotten when the emphasis on criticizing yourself has become the norm. What this does is keep a person in a constant state of mind control and they will never truly add up to the unlimited beauty requirements. We do encourage for one to take good inventory of themselves including their appearance, but the obsession with beauty is dangerous. It makes one believe that if they do not fit into how beautiful is featured by their peers that no one will accept them or love them for who they are. This is a very dangerous concept that has gained momentum over the past few years. So many are struggling with deep bouts of pain and depressive thoughts because of their contrast and comparison list that they check off daily. They say, "Here are all the things that are about me which are ugly and here are the ones that make me beautiful." You will recognize that even when you find something about yourself you think is equal to the beauty you have been told you must have, you still remained imprisoned by all of the "lesser" and "ugly" features in which you possess. You forget about your beauty and focus upon that which is "ugly."