Valentines Day

Greetings and love to you all! I hope this reaches you well and happy, with love in your heart, enjoying your Valentine’s Day. Perhaps you are in a special relationship, or perhaps you’ll remind your friends, family, children or coworkers how much you appreciate them on this day dedicated to love and celebration. Regardless of your “relationship status” this year, I offer you this thought: Love and rejoice in yourself right now. The one constant in all of your relationships is YOU. Today I suggest you shine the light of love, celebration and appreciation on yourself and watch how your relationships with others blossom as well.

Clients will bring in old photos of them and often say something about how they wish they appreciated their beauty back then. If you took a picture of yourself today and looked at it in 10 years, you’d be amazed at how young and gorgeous you look. Why not be amazed at your beauty right now??

Get busy appreciating that all the stars in the universe aligned to create the one and only unique YOU. Why not revel in it for a change? Right now. Put your feet on the ground, sit up, relax your shoulders and belly breathe in a sensation of gratitude, and breathe out a sensation of peace. Two breaths, right now, can create a positive energetic change in your body chemistry.

Imagine if you took a moment, maybe simply 2 breaths, each day to remind yourself to revel in your own unique beauty. Perhaps in 10 years when you look at your photograph you’ll think, “I was young and gorgeous then and I’m young and gorgeous now” and take a deep breath filled with gratitude.

“Yesterday is history. Tomorrow is a mystery. Today is a gift. That's why it is called the present." (Alice Morse Earler, 1902)

Here’s to more joy and less suffering!

All of us at Saving Face love and appreciate you!

Love, Victoria

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