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Re: Sometimes I can be such a big baby

Posted by susan47 on August 5, 2006, at 21:09:17

In reply to Re: Sometimes I can be such a big baby, posted by Estella on August 4, 2006, at 19:29:32

> hey. me too. i feel like i'm 7 mostly :-)
> but i don't like this body :-(
> big and ugly :-(
> overgrown :-(

No. First of all, ugly is totally unreliable and should describe behaviours not looks. So ugly, being a word used on me until I was well into my thirties, hurts like hell. And you know it hurts you too. You can't use that word on your body. That is YOUR body, that is YOUR mind, that is your ONLY reality and you owe it to yourself to go over it inch by inch (there's a song coming into my head right now, inch by inch, (something) by (something) .. what is it, what is it, it's a child's song done on a TV show for little children ... my little guys were so beautiful, such incredibly, physically beautiful babies and children, now they're growing into really definable adult-type of looks and that is SO scary ... I'm rambling I'm sorry)

Look at yourself in the mirror, naked, for half an hour every day and tell yourself, or tell the mirror, I love my body. I love my body.... over and over and think about how it feels to inhabit that body, how it feels to be inside of it, how it works for you every millisecond of every moment of your life, how it has worked for you, served you and keeps on loving you so much that it is still serving you, to this moment .. your body is beautiful. Beautiful, Estella. It's a miracle of creation, a miracle that belongs to You.

If it feels overgrown, it's because your mind is realizing there's room for expanding into your physical self, more, there's room in that there body that you haven't yet made use of.




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