Recently I’ve been looking at different cosmetic procedures I can potentially undergo, but I really need some spiritual guidance about the whole process. I’ve always been very strict about what I put into my body. When I was a young girl, my mother taught me that what you put in, you get out, and that philosophy has generally done me good all these years. As I grew older, I grew conscious of the terrible strain of meat-eating on our planet and the benefits of veganism, so I’ve followed those paths in life without looking back. But now I’m older and I’m starting to see the effects that living this life have had on my body.
Of course, I don’t struggle with a lot of the issues my friends who have been living a more glutinous life have been faced with. I still work out, I’m in great shape, and I never feel like I’ll need liposuction or any of that sort of treatments, but what I’m really starting to worry about is my skin. I’ve tried several different homeopathic remedies and, as much as I want to, I’m just not seeing results. So I’m thinking it’s time to explore my options and go a bit more left of field than I typically would.
I’ve met with and talked to my doctor about it, and he suggested a couple of interesting options, including getting dermal fillers or a glycolic peel. Melbourne has some of the best medical and dermatology clinics in the world and by having a bit of a look online it turns out that the procedures are relatively non-invasive, but the idea of using chemicals on my skin just seems completely wrong to me. At the same time, though, I feel like I’ve basically run out of options. Maybe getting dermal fillers in Melbourne is a terrible idea, but what other choices do I have? I look in the mirror and hate myself, and I’m just sick of it, but I feel like doing this will change my credibility. How can I advocate living a chemical free life and undergo these treatments at the same time?
Trust in your heart, it will illuminate the righteous path up which you shall ascend. -Joanne
I have always said ‘you are as young as you feel’. It’s one of the things I say, and one of the things I believe in. When I was sixteen, that was fantastic. I felt twenty and so I was twenty. When I was twenty-five, it was also excellent. I felt twenty and so I was twenty. Now that I’m getting older, however, I find myself looking in the mirror with greater dismay as each day passes. I may still feel twenty, but I sure don’t look it anymore. I don’t want to be old, and I certainly don’t want to look it, but I’m heading more and more that way. Which is my I’ve been seriously considering getting liposuction in Melbourne.
I know that it’s a bit of a drastic step, but I am just so sick of looking in the mirror and seeing my love handles. I want to feel good about myself, but no matter what exercises I do nothing can seem to get rid of them. I’m sick of looking in the mirror and feeling only regret. It’s also more than just my love handles. I look at my face and barely recognise the woman staring back at me. Wrinkles and sun damage are all I see. That’s why I’ve been investigating facial peels. Melbourne has an extremely high standard for all of its surgery, so I’m really not worried that something might go wrong (I live for horror stories, but I know that the chances of it actually happening to me are slim). All I want is to feel wonderful about myself like I did when I was younger. I don’t need this kind of baggage, and since I have the option to get it removed I don’t see why I shouldn’t take it. I think it’s really only the fear of judgement that’s holding me back.
Once the cage door is opened a bird may chose to fly or to stay, but it is given the choice. When Mars reddens remember your resolutions and you will find the path to fulfilment.