Serums, Books and Resources for Beauty Inside and Out
amanda linette meder
Beauty is a reflection of our inner health.
Even scientifically, external beauty is considered a sign of genetic health, as are symmetrically designed systems. When you feel beautiful, you feel happier, healthier and more generous.
Beauty is something that can be found everywhere because it radiates from within, and it’s also something that’s considered an aspect that comes out like a diamond in the rough, once you’re embracing yourself, both physically and metaphysically.
When we are happy with who are as people, when we are content with our thoughts, our ideas, and direction with the world, natural beauty begins to align for us, and it shines out, automatically.
Skin starts to clear up. Glow starts to happen. Happiness starts to reflect in beauty and beauty, in happiness.
We start to connect with others who are interested in beauty and it is then that we learn that beauty, from a health standpoint and from a psychic standpoint, is far from superficial.
It’s all just a sign of positive, loving self-worth, beauty is.
Lyn Hicks, the founder of The Lotus Project, believes that embracing beauty is one of the eight aspects of full enlightenment of the human being. Artists help us recognize beauty. Musicians help us see it in ourselves. Beauty gives us all something to hope for and the joy of it, is that we all carry it.
Once you start to see beauty in everything from the leaves of grass to the desert pigeon on the street, you’ve got an eye for it and soon, you can recognize beauty in everything, including within yourself.
Beauty isn’t just a visual experience either; beauty is a feeling experience.
We can feel when something is beautiful - just think of your favorite sound, or your favorite musical artist, or your favorite face product. You can feel beauty. It’s not a limited experience to only the seeing inclined; it’s a whole body experience... when you allow it to be.
Edgar Cayce, Nostradamus, and Mother Shipton, all linked beauty to health. Though these three prophesiers all became famous for their end of the world and global conflict prophecies, what they also all have in common is that they also all gave out many health prophecies. And they were all very interested in health.
Lately one of my favorite ways to embrace beauty in my life has been in choosing skincare products, something I've enjoyed doing for a long time (ladies... potion making, this is for you). And recently, I’ve been enjoying working with Vitamin C, the antibacterial, the immune system booster, and the cell repair queen that Nostradamus has been talking about since well, the 15th century.
My favorite Vitamin C serum line right now is made by Mad Hippie, the maker of an organic skin care that focuses on bringing back the healing properties of some of these well-established healing remedies. Organically.
There is nothing more rewarding than embracing and investing in your beauty routine.
When you do, it all goes back to your health and when you take care of the body that you live in, it pays you back ten fold. Going back up the trophic scale, beauty ultimately gives you a healthier, clearer, and a more intuitively centered vessel in which you can do your work in. Which is the double benefit of it.
Looking for more beauty tips? This month in the Membership Program, we’re working on crystals and their healing properties, and because you can take many minerals internally and externally, for radiating beauty and health equally, and we're going to be talking about that this month, now - is a great time to join.
For more information on Lyn's work, visit: www.lynhicks.com and for information on those pictured, see below! Beauty is everywhere.
Amanda Linette Meder
Eve Hansen Vitamin C Serum
Eve Hansen Hyaluronic Acid Serum
The Crystal Prescriptions Book Judy Hall
Rosy Quartz Color Therapy #220 Sally Hansen
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