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The Time is Now

aging is a scarcity mindset

The Time is Now: Embracing the Present for Transformative Beauty and Well-Being

It hit me recently that age is the greatest scarcity mindset of them all.

Counting years, as if they were grains of sand slowly ticking away the hours and minutes until we eventually run out...⏳

The notion that “Beauty” is a specific type of expression-free smoothness that we must have had somewhere in our twenties, is another form of scarcity that I see perpetuated in social media and by the greater beauty industry, at large.

(BTW young people’s faces move) 

By my estimation, almost every product or service marketed as “anti-aging” is really designed to freeze you, or ideally, take you back in time.

That is if they even really worked.

If it’s true that everything we see on our face in the present, is a result of something we did, felt, experienced, or expressed in the past--then what we’re really trying to do with any beauty product or service is to create a better and more beautiful future for ourselves/our cells; NOT to reverse and stop time.

What if we stopped thinking about time at all, and became deliciously present with what is NOW?

NOW isn't scarce. Now is NEVER RUNNING OUT! 

Every season, every minute of your life, is happening right NOW.

Better yet, if you become skilled at enjoying your NOW, now, you will have less obsession about the past and the future.

Real-life example: Remember when you felt you were hideous in high school in some way? 

Maybe you felt fat and when you looked back at pictures of yourself you realized how perfect and truly THIN you were. 

Or, you felt ugly and your high school yearbook shows a total babe.

NOW is like that too. We can't go back to how we were but we can appreciate ourselves right NOW, and that can change everything that happens after that.

{IMPORTANT QUESTION: What would have changed about your teenage years and subsequent twenties, if you knew in your bones how perfect and worthy you were, at that time? }

If we don’t take time to delight in ourselves NOW, chances are we will look back and wish we had. It’s a recipe for regret and heavy time.

Heavy time is what I call visible aging, regret, judgment, conclusions, and even beliefs. It’s anything that has solidified in our reality as real.

When we practice being here NOW, we are automatically able to let go of past patterns, and heavy time, that don't serve us, and the future isn’t something we worry about. 

Bringing presence and awareness to each moment of our lives allows us to have the experience of time slowing down and becoming more abundant. 

Neuroscience News did a great article that explains it in more detail here >>>

As someone who teaches, mentors, and guides women on how to return to their source as a Higher Self Beauty, this conversation about scarcity and abundance in beauty and time is so crucial.

Every moment that you waste wishing you were different or that you could just stay the same, is keeping you locked into your survival self and keeps you trapped into this toxic narrative about time.

It might just be a mindset shift, and won't cost you anything, but could absolutely change everything in your world.

Dropping into your NOW, over and over and over again, becomes your Northstar and you get to treasure, cherish and adore yourself in this ever-expanding moment, for all of time.

I hope you try it.

To Your Beautiful Future, 

Amy Wall|The Skintessa

“If you feel lost, disappointed, hesitant, or weak, return to yourself, to who you are, here and now and when you get there, you will discover yourself, like a lotus flower in full bloom, even in a muddy pond, beautiful and strong.”― Masaru Emoto, Secret Life of Water

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