We've been talking a lot these days about loving our bodies, and how that love shows up in our lives.
But a question I get a lot is, how and where do I START loving a body about which, frankly, I can't find much to love? Every subject feels awful: weight, illness, injury, beauty, age, stretch marks, wrinkles, blemishes, yikes!
And when I look in the mirror, it feels even worse. I can tell I'm focusing on what I don't want.
One of the basic principles of Law of Attraction is to stick with subjects that feel good when practicing a new skill, rather than hammering on the topic where you feel so much resistance.
For example, in the case of our bodies, we could use a vision board, rather than a mirror. But personally, I would not use a picture of a "younger or fitter" version of myself, and not someone else's body with my face on it, as I've seen others do.
Here's a short transcript from an Opra session:
Q: How can I remove the conditions from my desires on my vision board?
A: "If we...