12 hours ago
The notion of what I consider optimal health has changed.
The vision of the body I feel the happiest in has changed.
The intention behind my daily habits have changed.
And you know what, maybe it hasn’t changed per se, maybe I am just finally able to pinpoint what I actually desire when it comes to my physique and wellbeing.
We all know that one fashion-style that just seems to be the expression of US.
That one outfit that, when looking at the mirror, makes us see OURSELVES.
That blissful sensation of feeling authentic, of looking like who we know ourselves to be.
When you can relate to that you will also understand what I am all about at this stage of my journey.
The feeling of being externally in alignment with who I am internally is exactly what I envision for myself regarding my body.
I have days where I catch a glimpse of that.
It’s glorious to wake up and feel like my body is actually my 👏 body 👏.
It’s irreplaceable to touch my skin and feel like home.
It’s magic to move, walk around and feel like everything is in perfect harmony.
Like I released a bunch of stagnant energy that doesn’t belong to me (I am not talking about weight). All the thoughts about hiding my body, all the worries about judgement and the micro management of every step in order to avoid it at all costs - gone. ✨
And then I look in the mirror and who’s looking back at me is the truest and most authentic version of myself.
Uffff, that feeling.
It just feels like a shower of bliss, of tranquility and liberation.
You jus move around in a state of comfort and connection- ready to laugh your ass off and not care, ready to say what you want to say, ready to eat whatever feels good, ready to kiss whoever you want to.
I am finding out certain habits that bring me close to that feeling.
And that feeling, my darlings, happens to have a look.
It has a look that has nothing to do with a certain weight or size.
It’s all about congruency, about being able to bring my inner persona to the outer world.
when the notion of myself matches my truest most genuine self, and when my body matches that sensation. That’s my dream body.