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Developing Your Inner Beauty

by Lee Fitzsimmons

Emotional peace defines the true nature of inner beauty.
Almost everyone possesses this gift to at least some degree because there is an unlimited supply of the raw elements needed to create it. If you are currently alive, then you have all of the requirements that are needed.
Inner beauty begins by being emotionally honest with yourself, and it evolves by releasing the chains of fear and anger that enslave your spirit. Accepting these negative emotions makes it easier for you to convert them into something beautiful.

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If the sources of your hatred and rage are found and better understood, it becomes easier to find potential solutions because your negative emotions will not have the element of surprise. Their powers are not nearly as overwhelming as they would have been had they emerged from a cloak of darkness. This exposure can be a tremendous aid all by itself.
Once these bonds are managed more effectively, it becomes possible to develop your inner beauty by producing artistic and scientific creations.
In addition, your inner beauty is strengthened by resonating with those who have large amounts of this sacred gift. However, it is difficult for someone to give you instructions about how to improve your inner beauty because the best way to develop it is for someone to serve as an example.

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