Ways to a good body.
BE. GOOD. TO. YOUR .BODY!
Eat whole foods- not because it'll give you a flat stomach but because your stomach has processed enough crap for a lifetime, eat good food because you want to give back to your body, eat as an expression of nurturing and thanks to your body.
Exercise often and freely. Not because you need to lose weight or get bigger muscles, but because we remember that our bodies find their playtime in movement!
We weren't designed to be sedentary, and we certainly haven't evolved to adapt yet to sedentary desk jobs, so we must move our bodies to honour them for enduring this challenge:
If you're unsure where you start it's usually the one You're craving The most. Running, yoga, boxing, dance, weights are all ways the body can play, but do them not for a result, but because your body is asking you to, because our body deserves to have fun too. 💪🏼
Think incredible thoughts about yourself and the world around you. Thoughts are energy And energy compressed creates matter. So quite literally the thoughts you have regularly about yourself will create your physical reality.
Don't be passive with your body. Create a vibrant , strong being. Not because we want people to see us that way, but because our body was destined for that.
STOP PHOTOSHOPPING YOUR BODY.
That belly roll, is healthy! No six pack? - no worries, not everyone is destined for a 6pack, and not everyone suits one!
That cellulite on your leg is normal and maybe A build up of toxins from partying and having fun. 🎉 That pimple on your face is human and maybe the stress from trying to save the world (me) the bags under your eyes could be a sign you've been staying awake nurturing your newborn, why get rid of them when it's a beautiful reminder of the life you've created- and chosen. 😍
Whatever it is, there is no such thing as a perfect body, only being perfectly at peace with our body. Now that is much more long lasting and so Fucking freeing. 🌎
The moment I started to give my body what it craved, and treated it with compassion and malleability.. was the moment it morphed into a figure I knew represented my life. I figure That says "This is me" 💌