But many people don't accept themselves the way they are. One person in charge is the today´s society. The pressure to look perfect is constantly increasing. For many people the beauty of their body is most important. They think that they must be perfectly dressed and apply make-up all the time. But what worth does a perfect appearance have when there is a complete mess inside. Fears and doubts create an iron mask for the inner beauty. This iron mask, Lindsey Stirling calls it a glass ball, has to be broken.
,,Beauty comes from inner and not from outside. If a woman respects herself and that do what she want and like in her life”- Lindsey Stirling.
To love oneself is hard work. You must work on your strong suit. Here are a few questions you should be able to answer:
- What can I do best?
- What makes me unique?
- How do my friends view me?
- What do I want in my life?
- What is my dream?
- These sentences might help you:
- Anything is better than doing nothing.
- Live your life, you only life once.
- Behind every cloud is the blue sky.
"We all have negative days, but that doesn't mean we are pessimistic. We all do stupid things, but that doesn't mean we are stupid. It's important to be able to distinguish between what happens to us and who we are, and look forward with hope for new and better days ahead!"- Lindsey StirlingPraise yourself as often as possible even if it's only a small progress. Criticism weakens you, praise makes you stronger. Realize that all of us have our own weaknesses and failings.
Each time you take a look in the mirror, smile and say positive things about yourself. Loving yourself means to treat yourself like a good friend.
The message of Lindsey Stirling's song Crystallize is:
Learn from the water: Discover and strengthen your inside beauty. Surround yourself with good people.
To reach inner beauty it isn't enough to surround yourself with good friends. You have to change yourself. Break the glass ball!
Your light is only able to spread if you break the glass. Then other people will see your light and perhaps also will try to follow your example.
My advice for you is to listen to Lindsey Stirling´s Shatter me: