Transformation: What does your self-acceptance look like? – Be Your Best Self – A Daily Practice To Silence Your Inner Critic
Self-acceptance is a slow but worthwhile transformation. It is about understanding and accepting parts of yourself.
Published on September 10, 2021
published on September 10, 2021

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Hello everyone!


Self-acceptance starts with the woman in the mirror – it starts with you! 

Self-acceptance is a slow but worthwhile transformation. It is about understanding and accepting parts of you that you may not necessarily like.

And, as we said in our previous blog post, acceptance is a form of compassion, and it is through compassion that we achieve transformation. We have also briefly touched on outside opinions affecting our own sense of self.

Another example that comes to mind is when someone states that you’re hard to please, in this situation we need to remember that everyone around you is a mirror of your self-image. So if people around us show up like that, what does it say about our self-image?

If, however, you think that you are hard to please, then as I said above, self-acceptance begins with the woman in the mirror. You need to listen to yourself and tune into what it is you want and need. You must accept yourself entirely, flaws and all.


Reflecting on your own acceptance equates to transformation 


Transformation is more than just physical change. Transformation begins with a feeling, a purpose, a sense of self. In our self-reflection journey this month, we look at our own transformations, in whatever way, whether it is big or small.


We push the opinions of others aside – they do not, or rather, should not know us better than we know ourselves. It is our own opinions that matter.

And what matters most is that you know that you’re not a lost cause – we all can improve in every way. Like you, my own self-acceptance journey is far from finished as each day, I am learning something new.


For some interesting reading on the subject of self-acceptance, Forbes has an insightful article. So, let me leave you with this: When you look in the mirror, what do you see?


If your answer is anything short of incredible, amazing, awesome, know that we have work to do.

Until next time x


Laura Mariani

Laura Mariani

Best Selling Author, Speaker, Change & Transformation Expert


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Laura xxx

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