So how can you implement this knowledge in your life right away?
To help you avoid the mistake of the Iron Maiden right away, I’ll teach you the power of two M’s.
The first M stands for Magazine Insecurity Test.
The first step is to be aware of the influence of the media on you. The media influence is so strong that I suggest you stop looking at the magazines.
Let’s do a Magazine Insecurity Test, which means we’ll test how looking through magazines influences you. On a scale from 1-10, how confident do you feel right now? How good do you feel about yourself?
Now look at the images from different magazines.
How do you feel about yourself now, on a scale from 1 to 10? Is it the same or has it dropped? Please type in the chat box your answer and also type your pre-magazine exposure answer. Say, it was 8, now 2. Or it was 1, now -6. Or it was 3, now 10.
If your number has dropped, it means you are influenced by the images in the magazines, and I strongly recommend that you stop looking at them completely. All they do to you is crash your self-confidence and make you feel like you are not enough and you need to change your body somehow. Do you think you can implement this?
Now let’s go to the second M, which stands for Magnetic Woman statement, and break the spell of the magazines.
Read this out loud: “There is no such thing as a perfect body, there is no such thing as a perfect face. I’m human, I’m unique, and I’m loveable just the way I am. No amount of moisturizer, anti-aging serum or plastic surgery will make me more loveable. I’m a radiant and magnetic woman.”
It might take more work for you to truly believe your magnetic woman statement, i invite you to start your day saying it out loud and feeling it in your body.
So what opens up for you knowing the Iron Maiden mistake and how to avoid it? What actions are you going to take?
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Tarisha is a transformational coach and facilitator dedicated to unleashing women’s confidence and igniting their radiance, and power. Helping women transform their relationships with their bodies is her passion. She loves to see a positive self-image passed on to daughters.
She knows far too well from experience that many women dislike, and even hate their bodies. They feel like they are lacking the beauty and happiness gene. She sees how many women are struggling with body image, keeping their body in shape and their overall health. She also know how much this affects women’s confidence and self-esteem.
Tarisha believes there is no perfect shape or size and she uses her integrated system to create a loving partnership with the body so that joy, health and happiness become possible for her clients.