I invite you to do a seemingly simple exercise: Stand naked in front of the mirror and answer this question: “Do you love what you see?

You might be interested to know that over 90% of people do not like their bodies. That’s full on, right?

If we are too focused on our body image and insecurities, we can’t be really there with our lover, we are in the mind. And there’s no way to completely open up when we are caught in our mind. And if we can’t open up and surrender we can’t fully experience intimacy nor can we truly orgasm.

I bet you’d love to feel at home and confident in your body. Let’s look deeper into it.

Have you noticed that some women who have great physical attributes do not strike us as particularly attractive, and others who are not that physically beautiful come across as absolutely gorgeous? I’ve observed dozens of examples of that. The key here is self love. Loving ourselves expands our beauty. Seriously, it is like magic.

Loving ourselves means accepting ourselves in the totality of our being and loving all of the features we have – the perfect, the average and the ugly.

We all are human, so we each have parts of ourselves that we don’t approve of. And we must embrace these parts especially to be truly gorgeous.

We have to embrace our strength and weakness to be truly beautiful and attractive.

So let’s go back to the mirror exercise: take the part of your body that you don’t find particularly attractive and look at it in front of the mirror several times every day. And your task is to find something that you like about this body part of yours. Don’t focus on what you think it’s lacking. It can be any little thing: the colour, the birthmark, the mere fact that you have this body part after all!

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