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Obsessing Over Physical Looks; Personality

HPS Lydia

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It’s been said before here in the JoS about how humanity has fallen to a low level.

The Sacral chakra rules sexuality, creativity, pleasure. Blockages here result in neuroticism, and this has manifested as a neurotic obsession over physical appearance. When people have no access to their higher chakras (higher states of consciousness), they are stuck on the level of what is or isn’t considered physically attractive.

An example about the neurotic obsession over what is or isn’t considered physically attractive: a lot of what is considered to be beautiful, objectively is not. Many clothing trends are objectively ugly, yet because fashion companies push them as attractive, the lower people with low consciousness believe them, without thinking for themselves if it is truly beautiful or not. And a lot of clothes and hairstyles that are objectively beautiful are harshly disregarded as being “outdated” and called ugly, simply because the media says so. Most people don’t even try thinking for themselves, they are programmed.

Another manifestation is neuroticism over food (Sacral chakra rules pleasure, this ties in with the sense of taste). Anorexia and other eating habits are prevalent, in fact anorexia has risen among young men (but is still far more common among women due to society’s pressure on women to be “skinny”).

You might remember the “armpit fat” craze some years ago, with celebrities being shamed for having a tiny bit of flesh showing at the top of their armpits. Magazines and internet articles would have pictures with red circles around women’s armpits when they wore strapless or thin strap dresses, showcasing the tiny bit of flesh. This is neurotic.

Paying attention to one’s looks is fine, such as wearing the best colors for your skin tone and having a flattering haircut. But people who are mentally low and stuck on the Sacral level with blockages in this chakra can’t even get a grip on reality. It’s not just women; too many men these days spend a ridiculous amount of time trying to make their hair look like an anime character, and obsessing over removing body hair, or trying to squeeze into the skinniest jeans they can.


It’s healthy to care about your baseline physical appearance:

-exercise so you feel good and have vitality (without being obsessed over precise body fat percentages or a number on the scale; and not harshly judging those who have “armpit fat” or a “muffin top”)

-wear clothes that you like and flatter your individual body type with colors that flatter your skin tone (without obsessing over what is currently trendy; and not harshly judging those who are wearing clothes that are “outdated”)

-have a hairstyle you like (without spending an hour or more every day styling it; and not harshly judging those who don’t have a hairstyle that is considered modern and trendy)

-for women who want to, wear makeup that accentuates your looks (not spending over an hour every day making your face look like plastic with tons of “contouring/ highlighting/ bronzing/ etc”; and not harshly judging those who prefer to look more natural)


When you free your mind and your Sacral chakra, you can rise upwards. You will have a more relaxed attitude about how you look, you will be more accepting of your appearance and less judgmental of how other people look. By this I don’t mean accepting obesity and disregard for personal hygiene, I mean you won’t obsess endlessly over a freckle or a stray eyebrow hair or exact body fat percentages.

Something far more important than physical appearance is the personality. As in, the actual person: your attributes, character, interests, hobbies, habits, way of speech, qualities, things you have mastered, and so on.

The personality develops properly when all the chakras are clean and open. A person with a closed, blocked, dirty Throat chakra doesn’t even have a real functioning personality yet, so why stay stuck on the Sacral level? It’s pointless, when there is so much more to a person. Humans have so much more potential than just the physical appearance; we have our minds and our souls to develop as well.

For young members here, don’t care so much about what your peers and the media say about your looks. Know that they are on a lower level of consciousness, and there are far more important things to care about. As for eating disorders, you need to eat enough to properly fuel your body and mind; it’s as simple as that. Don’t ever starve yourself. Ignore what they say, and just do what is best for you.

Clean your chakras, heal your mind, rise to a higher state of consciousness. Become a fully-functioning human on the road to Divinity.
 
Clean your chakras, heal your mind, rise to a higher state of consciousness. Become a fully-functioning human on the road to Divinity.

Thank your sister. I observe frequently that youngsters do not have uniqueness within themselves, and I notice that following the herd is a thing for newer, unwise souls. For example, why follow trends? I see young people and otherwise ones who have an inferiority complex in whatever way wear styles that represent the usual borg, who doesn't do according to the higher self. As an attestation of this, look how people dress in black,hoodies, bad hairstyles for them and have a certain attitude - this is a representation of one's dirty soul, in which prosperity is not flowing.

With a face of a scientist that has a crushing hairstyle, a personality of honour, emotion and innocence, one with the universal flow and correction, I stick out like a sore thumb to others. Generally this is how the average person should be, being themselves and not an incorrect person.

I won't talk to someone that has a persona of a thief or thug. Appearance is nothing without the personality, which is more important.

People have to change for the better, and create a right connection to the divine.
 
It’s been said before here in the JoS about how humanity has fallen to a low level.

The Sacral chakra rules sexuality, creativity, pleasure. Blockages here result in neuroticism, and this has manifested as a neurotic obsession over physical appearance. When people have no access to their higher chakras (higher states of consciousness), they are stuck on the level of what is or isn’t considered physically attractive.

An example about the neurotic obsession over what is or isn’t considered physically attractive: a lot of what is considered to be beautiful, objectively is not. Many clothing trends are objectively ugly, yet because fashion companies push them as attractive, the lower people with low consciousness believe them, without thinking for themselves if it is truly beautiful or not. And a lot of clothes and hairstyles that are objectively beautiful are harshly disregarded as being “outdated” and called ugly, simply because the media says so. Most people don’t even try thinking for themselves, they are programmed.

Another manifestation is neuroticism over food (Sacral chakra rules pleasure, this ties in with the sense of taste). Anorexia and other eating habits are prevalent, in fact anorexia has risen among young men (but is still far more common among women due to society’s pressure on women to be “skinny”).

You might remember the “armpit fat” craze some years ago, with celebrities being shamed for having a tiny bit of flesh showing at the top of their armpits. Magazines and internet articles would have pictures with red circles around women’s armpits when they wore strapless or thin strap dresses, showcasing the tiny bit of flesh. This is neurotic.

Paying attention to one’s looks is fine, such as wearing the best colors for your skin tone and having a flattering haircut. But people who are mentally low and stuck on the Sacral level with blockages in this chakra can’t even get a grip on reality. It’s not just women; too many men these days spend a ridiculous amount of time trying to make their hair look like an anime character, and obsessing over removing body hair, or trying to squeeze into the skinniest jeans they can.


It’s healthy to care about your baseline physical appearance:

-exercise so you feel good and have vitality (without being obsessed over precise body fat percentages or a number on the scale; and not harshly judging those who have “armpit fat” or a “muffin top”)

-wear clothes that you like and flatter your individual body type with colors that flatter your skin tone (without obsessing over what is currently trendy; and not harshly judging those who are wearing clothes that are “outdated”)

-have a hairstyle you like (without spending an hour or more every day styling it; and not harshly judging those who don’t have a hairstyle that is considered modern and trendy)

-for women who want to, wear makeup that accentuates your looks (not spending over an hour every day making your face look like plastic with tons of “contouring/ highlighting/ bronzing/ etc”; and not harshly judging those who prefer to look more natural)


When you free your mind and your Sacral chakra, you can rise upwards. You will have a more relaxed attitude about how you look, you will be more accepting of your appearance and less judgmental of how other people look. By this I don’t mean accepting obesity and disregard for personal hygiene, I mean you won’t obsess endlessly over a freckle or a stray eyebrow hair or exact body fat percentages.

Something far more important than physical appearance is the personality. As in, the actual person: your attributes, character, interests, hobbies, habits, way of speech, qualities, things you have mastered, and so on.

The personality develops properly when all the chakras are clean and open. A person with a closed, blocked, dirty Throat chakra doesn’t even have a real functioning personality yet, so why stay stuck on the Sacral level? It’s pointless, when there is so much more to a person. Humans have so much more potential than just the physical appearance; we have our minds and our souls to develop as well.

For young members here, don’t care so much about what your peers and the media say about your looks. Know that they are on a lower level of consciousness, and there are far more important things to care about. As for eating disorders, you need to eat enough to properly fuel your body and mind; it’s as simple as that. Don’t ever starve yourself. Ignore what they say, and just do what is best for you.

Clean your chakras, heal your mind, rise to a higher state of consciousness. Become a fully-functioning human on the road to Divinity.

It is sad to see humanity get stuck in strange loops about what is attractive or not. As you mention, this rises to the level where magazines or other institutions start enforcing these things, further amplifying the damage caused from these mentalities.

We see what you describe also within the realm of plastic surgery or bodybuilding, where people try to get some certain aspect of themselves "just right". Without a higher sense of beauty or harmony, this often produces the opposite effect, creating plastic or dehumanized appearances.

For example, someone wants a "smaller chin" because they understand this to have some association with femininity, yet they do not account for personal or racial influences on the proportions of their face. The end result does not end up looking "cute", but like someone chopped off a chunk of their face.

I remember a relative showing me some old show on plastic surgery where they took a conservative man from a rural background, deemed him "ugly" for having what looked like earthly facial features, then surgically forced "attractive" fire-like features on his face. The end result made him look almost psychopathic, like some sort of artificial "Chad". Of course the doctor was Jewish and profiting off the insanity.

People who have a healthy weight are like this because of the state of their soul and how this manifests mentally and physically. Simple chopping off the visual indications that you do not share these same positive qualities does not actually grant them to you. Me getting a massive jaw implant does not suddenly give me the Martian qualities of masculinity which would naturally manifest such a face.

Of course the average person has no means to achieve these desired states of the soul, so the whole affair just becomes really sad to watch. It is not just magic that people are detached from, but they are also seriously ignorant of the influence of even basic diet and exercise factors on their body and soul.
 
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As JG Blitzkreig said, bodybuilding trends are also terrible especially for young people. For example, for (((some reason))), sam sulek gets promoted A LOT on youtube, he's a 21 yo gentile kid who is on steroids, this boy is gonna die before he reaches 35 but is extremely loved by the community. Teenagers see that and think that he's an inspiration or something. It's terrible and creates false standards.
 
Hey darling Lydia, what do you mean by "skin tone"? I really like to wear black clothes. I know that colors have "effects". Can you give more information about that?



Also, I really really really like big ass and I found a girl that weight 80 is way more attractive and sexy than a 40 kg lollipop. Please, if any woman here fits into this category, you are gorgeous, my love ❤️.
 
As JG Blitzkreig said, bodybuilding trends are also terrible especially for young people. For example, for (((some reason))), sam sulek gets promoted A LOT on youtube, he's a 21 yo gentile kid who is on steroids, this boy is gonna die before he reaches 35 but is extremely loved by the community. Teenagers see that and think that he's an inspiration or something. It's terrible and creates false standards.
It's the work ethic that inspires people. Too bad that corrupted standards go along with it.
 
As JG Blitzkreig said, bodybuilding trends are also terrible especially for young people. For example, for (((some reason))), sam sulek gets promoted A LOT on youtube, he's a 21 yo gentile kid who is on steroids, this boy is gonna die before he reaches 35 but is extremely loved by the community. Teenagers see that and think that he's an inspiration or something. It's terrible and creates false standards.

He might not make it to the thirties with the condition that his body is in. It is quite sad to see that some might get influenced even worse by this and begin to take steroids to achieve such a messy body, besides already having a twisted perception of an optimal or ideal look.
 
As JG Blitzkreig said, bodybuilding trends are also terrible especially for young people. For example, for (((some reason))), sam sulek gets promoted A LOT on youtube, he's a 21 yo gentile kid who is on steroids, this boy is gonna die before he reaches 35 but is extremely loved by the community. Teenagers see that and think that he's an inspiration or something. It's terrible and creates false standards.
I've seen someones in the gym ruin their health and physique completely due to steroids and extreme, unnatural diets promoted by the bodybuilding culture, it's sad.
 
Hey darling Lydia, what do you mean by "skin tone"? I really like to wear black clothes. I know that colors have "effects". Can you give more information about that?



Also, I really really really like big ass and I found a girl that weight 80 is way more attractive and sexy than a 40 kg lollipop. Please, if any woman here fits into this category, you are gorgeous, my love ❤️.
Skin tone refers to the 4 season palette (and further, the 12 seasonal color palette). Wearing the best color for your skin tone makes you look younger and more healthy, whereas wearing the wrong color can age and make the person look like they have low vitality. If black clothes make you look vibrant than you might have winter coloring.

Here is a great website, although it is geared towards women: https://www.colormepretty.co/
 
Skin tone refers to the 4 season palette (and further, the 12 seasonal color palette). Wearing the best color for your skin tone makes you look younger and more healthy, whereas wearing the wrong color can age and make the person look like they have low vitality. If black clothes make you look vibrant than you might have winter coloring.

Here is a great website, although it is geared towards women: https://www.colormepretty.co/
Thank you HPS
 
I remember my first 28 day Witches Sabbath cleaning cycle and how much my perception of so many things changed. Each chakra has a mind of its own, so to speak; that's where we get our survival instincts, "gut feeling", "6th sense", etc. When the chakras are closed, and especially when they are dirty, we lose touch with our higher faculties.

Working on the soul will gradually produce these effects, and one will begin to heal.
 
It’s been said before here in the JoS about how humanity has fallen to a low level.

The Sacral chakra rules sexuality, creativity, pleasure. Blockages here result in neuroticism, and this has manifested as a neurotic obsession over physical appearance. When people have no access to their higher chakras (higher states of consciousness), they are stuck on the level of what is or isn’t considered physically attractive.

An example about the neurotic obsession over what is or isn’t considered physically attractive: a lot of what is considered to be beautiful, objectively is not. Many clothing trends are objectively ugly, yet because fashion companies push them as attractive, the lower people with low consciousness believe them, without thinking for themselves if it is truly beautiful or not. And a lot of clothes and hairstyles that are objectively beautiful are harshly disregarded as being “outdated” and called ugly, simply because the media says so. Most people don’t even try thinking for themselves, they are programmed.

Another manifestation is neuroticism over food (Sacral chakra rules pleasure, this ties in with the sense of taste). Anorexia and other eating habits are prevalent, in fact anorexia has risen among young men (but is still far more common among women due to society’s pressure on women to be “skinny”).

You might remember the “armpit fat” craze some years ago, with celebrities being shamed for having a tiny bit of flesh showing at the top of their armpits. Magazines and internet articles would have pictures with red circles around women’s armpits when they wore strapless or thin strap dresses, showcasing the tiny bit of flesh. This is neurotic.

Paying attention to one’s looks is fine, such as wearing the best colors for your skin tone and having a flattering haircut. But people who are mentally low and stuck on the Sacral level with blockages in this chakra can’t even get a grip on reality. It’s not just women; too many men these days spend a ridiculous amount of time trying to make their hair look like an anime character, and obsessing over removing body hair, or trying to squeeze into the skinniest jeans they can.


It’s healthy to care about your baseline physical appearance:

-exercise so you feel good and have vitality (without being obsessed over precise body fat percentages or a number on the scale; and not harshly judging those who have “armpit fat” or a “muffin top”)

-wear clothes that you like and flatter your individual body type with colors that flatter your skin tone (without obsessing over what is currently trendy; and not harshly judging those who are wearing clothes that are “outdated”)

-have a hairstyle you like (without spending an hour or more every day styling it; and not harshly judging those who don’t have a hairstyle that is considered modern and trendy)

-for women who want to, wear makeup that accentuates your looks (not spending over an hour every day making your face look like plastic with tons of “contouring/ highlighting/ bronzing/ etc”; and not harshly judging those who prefer to look more natural)


When you free your mind and your Sacral chakra, you can rise upwards. You will have a more relaxed attitude about how you look, you will be more accepting of your appearance and less judgmental of how other people look. By this I don’t mean accepting obesity and disregard for personal hygiene, I mean you won’t obsess endlessly over a freckle or a stray eyebrow hair or exact body fat percentages.

Something far more important than physical appearance is the personality. As in, the actual person: your attributes, character, interests, hobbies, habits, way of speech, qualities, things you have mastered, and so on.

The personality develops properly when all the chakras are clean and open. A person with a closed, blocked, dirty Throat chakra doesn’t even have a real functioning personality yet, so why stay stuck on the Sacral level? It’s pointless, when there is so much more to a person. Humans have so much more potential than just the physical appearance; we have our minds and our souls to develop as well.

For young members here, don’t care so much about what your peers and the media say about your looks. Know that they are on a lower level of consciousness, and there are far more important things to care about. As for eating disorders, you need to eat enough to properly fuel your body and mind; it’s as simple as that. Don’t ever starve yourself. Ignore what they say, and just do what is best for you.

Clean your chakras, heal your mind, rise to a higher state of consciousness. Become a fully-functioning human on the road to Divinity.
Very good post.
I think there is a significant difference in how a person actually looks and what they think about how they look.

It's one thing to think, and another to be.

In any case, a person should take care of his appearance, but it is also wrong to focus on appearance.
There should be common sense in everything.

Do all skinny men have a problem with the Sacral chakra?

If a skinny man has problems with digestion, skin and sexual attractiveness, is it due to the Sacral chakra, or not?
 
But it's also definitely not a good idea to forget about self-care.

I have met people who have an iPhone, expensive clothes, but untrimmed dirty nails, fungus, and greasy, unwashed hair.

It's an inexplicable combination
 
Thank you for this wonderful sermon, High Priestess Lydia!

I'll be translating it today and presenting it to my people.
 
For clarification, and due to my lack-of personality since I need reassurance, it's still acceptable to work on your physical appearance with things like venus squares right?

To me, Satanism is about being your best, and in my opinion, that also means looking your best on the outside as well as the inside.

Neuroticism is obviously an extreme that is very observable, yet when is that line really drawn?

I have a deep appreciation for physical beauty and perfection, both in my environment and person.
 
Hey darling Lydia, what do you mean by "skin tone"? I really like to wear black clothes. I know that colors have "effects". Can you give more information about that?



Also, I really really really like big ass and I found a girl that weight 80 is way more attractive and sexy than a 40 kg lollipop. Please, if any woman here fits into this category, you are gorgeous, my love ❤️.
I have my own standards, and I can tell you that a fat or overly curvy woman is simply devoid of any elegance, and does not express any delicate characteristic of femininity.

It may be alienating to say, but I don't even consider them real females if they don't express these characteristics. I look at them as I would look at any other man. Adding a note, what do black people find attractive about black women? The only semblance of beauty I can see is only in those women who imitate the style of white men, otherwise they have all the wrong features in all the wrong places.

Just curious, what do you find attractive in these women?
 
For clarification, and due to my lack-of personality since I need reassurance, it's still acceptable to work on your physical appearance with things like venus squares right?

To me, Satanism is about being your best, and in my opinion, that also means looking your best on the outside as well as the inside.

Neuroticism is obviously an extreme that is very observable, yet when is that line really drawn?

I have a deep appreciation for physical beauty and perfection, both in my environment and person.
The important thing here is balance, it is not healthy to be obsessed with physical appearance or personality.
 
In my observation, today's beauty standards are absolute garbage, if not outright toxic or unhealthy. And many young people fall into the trap, only to cause irreversible damage to their appearence in extreme cases.

The worst thing is that both beauty and fashion trends come and go rapidly, what is considered pretty today might be outdated and ugly in a few years. These trends and standards always changed during history, that's nothing new. Altough, I believe these changes weren't as rapid as nowadays, and definitely not as drastic. For example, not that long ago, the preferred bodytype for women was "boyish", as in a square bodytype with the waist and hips having as little of a difference in widht as possible, with preferably a smaller breast and butt. This was preferable back then, but nowadays girls and women get made fun of if they have this bodytype, despite the fact that there's nothing wrong with them. Similarly, back then having curves or wide hips was often mocked, same goes for having freckles or wearing glasses. Yet, nowadays all of these are desirable, so much so that many people draw fake freckles onto their faces or wear glasses without prescribed lenses, in extreme cases undergo surgeries.

You can chase the beauty and fashion trends all you want, you'II be never be able to grasp them. If you do, it'II become quickly outdated, and you'II feel disappointed. During the course of history there's two thing that shaped both fashion trends and beauty standards, which is being healthy and being wealthy, but in modern times the latter gets the spotlight while health gets thrown out of the window. Originally, it was really about beauty and health, but not in modern times. One older example is the beauty standard of having a fair, pale complexion among nobles. It simply meant that you don't do manual labor, thus can stay inside your estate all day, without the sun tanning you. Similarly, in modern times during the early 2000's and nowadays as well it was preferable to have a tanned complexion, which meant that you were wealthy enough to go to the beach, and take vacations, you have the money to travel around. Another example is plastic surgeries, a few years ago only the really wealthy could get them, and it became a status symbol of Hollywood's actors and actresses. Nowadays it's widely accepted and avaliable, and guess what those people did who originally had those procedures done. They reversed them, stating that they go back to natural.

What we call fashion trends and beauty standards today aren't about beauty anymore, it's about showing off your status and wealth, and for the rich upper class to raise themselves above the avarage citizens. Also, a big portion of today's beauty standards gets promoted and pushed onto young people by the jews themselves, and those standards aren't even about wealth, but to make you delusional enough to believe that butchering and tormenting your body is pretty. A big part of this is the standard of altering the psychical features of the individual, which are often unique to the race in question. For example, for people in Asia plastic surgery often gets pushed, to alter their naturally hooded eyes, or narrow and small noses, stating that those features are "ugly" when in reality there's nothing wrong with them. It's ridiclious that for those people skin-bleaching is also pushed, saying that only porcelain white skin is pretty. Yet, for us in the West we get pushed into the direction that only tan skin is desirable. Buccal fat removal is another procedure which became popular recently, they remove fat from the lower cheek and chin region, thus giving you a high cheekbone that sticks out. Don't get me wrong, people who have naturally high and visible cheekbones look really nice, their facial features and structure compliments the high cheekbones really well, but good riddance...I've seen people who done the procedure while having a drastically different bone structure and face type, and poor things looked completely butchered.

It's not about beauty anymore, it's about destroying your unique features, and making you chase after an impossible trend and standard that if you do manage to achieve you can't enjoy for long because it'II become quickly outdated. Also promoting unhealthy or toxic things while hiding behind a "healthy" label. For example the "Health at all sizes" movement, but that's another can of worms I'm not gonna open. All in all, no one should follow modern beauty or fashion trends, they have nothing to do with true beauty. If you really want to know what beauty looks like check out the numerous art pieces, statues, portraits and alike made by the ancient Greeks for example, or any other ancient nations.
 
For clarification, and due to my lack-of personality since I need reassurance, it's still acceptable to work on your physical appearance with things like venus squares right?

To me, Satanism is about being your best, and in my opinion, that also means looking your best on the outside as well as the inside.

Neuroticism is obviously an extreme that is very observable, yet when is that line really drawn?

I have a deep appreciation for physical beauty and perfection, both in my environment and person.
Yes of course :) A Venus square is great for everybody to do at least once, to help them look their best.
 
For clarification, and due to my lack-of personality since I need reassurance, it's still acceptable to work on your physical appearance with things like venus squares right?

To me, Satanism is about being your best, and in my opinion, that also means looking your best on the outside as well as the inside.

Neuroticism is obviously an extreme that is very observable, yet when is that line really drawn?

I have a deep appreciation for physical beauty and perfection, both in my environment and person.

My advice here is to leave these workings broad such that they can aid with the mental aspect in which you may feel deficient. Although Venus is not the only element pertaining to the perception of the self, we can use it as an example: Someone who has Venus/Saturn may feel unworthy of love, as if relationships are difficult to obtain, or if they themselves are not inherently attractive to a partner, therefore requiring effort to maintain.

In this case, instead of using Venus specifically for improving the skin, for example, I would program it to act more generally, such that it can alleviate both physical and mental elements of distress here, whichever is needs help the most.

Regarding your question of when neuroticism becomes a problem, I believe it is when you neglect other priorities, to put it very simply and broadly. This can be elaborated on into many other situations, but for now I think that is the best general description. Even within the realm of Satanic healing, we could say that someone who neglects cleaning or their AOP for more effort spent on appearances would be acting in an unhealthy manner.

In the above situation, sure the individual is improving, but not in an ideal way. So it is not really about whether self-improvement happens, although that is still good, but more about management itself.
 
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Muitas vezes vejo pessoas usando desculpas e mentiras para justificar sua falta de beleza.

E uma delas é a “personalidade”, a falsa personalidade que carregam consigo, na qual falsamente querem acreditar que é importante para se sentirem bem consigo mesmos.

Na maioria das vezes, ela é apenas um ser humano sujo e complexo, num sentido muito negativo da palavra.



Acredito que a personalidade se expressa através do rosto. Uma boa personalidade cria bons rostos; muitas pessoas que começaram a meditar e limpar a alma ficaram estranhamente mais “bonitas” depois de um tempo, sem nunca terem feito nada exclusivamente para isso.
 
Maybe there is still hope for me... Maybe I've been far too consumed and demoralised by the blackpill mindset...
Thank you for the sermon High Priestess Lydia. I know I can get through this rough patch I've been facing in my life for a while now <3

And if anyone would like to give me some advice on what to do with regards to finding a new partner, my dms are always open for my brothers and sisters in Satan

Hail to the Gods and Goddesses of Duat!
 
In the past, one had to prostrate themselves in front of some lake or other body of water to become aquainted with their own image.

I believe the obsession with one's appearance is a symptom of the modern world in general, as we are constantly forced to become aware of and acknowledge our own appearance through excessive contact with mirrors and the like (especially our phone cameras). The more attention one pays to it, the more attention it demands, and one begins to see themselves as uncanny.

I do not believe it is natural for man to be so well-acquainted with their own appearance, as a child I did not even know what I looked like and was better for it.
 
Our body is the temple of our souls, and so we must preserve it, clean it and take care of it. This is a thing that is misbelieved but back on the old day temples were not white, but they had vibrant colors allover them. Ancient greeks knew a temple was the house of a god/goddess, but was also a projection of what our body should be. The colors, aside from chakras, rappresented the unique shape and form of one's soul reflected on the body. Every temple had its own colors, because uniqueness is prescious and priceless. Of course nowaday is majorly gone, but we here are different, just look back in the old golden age and you will see what "having a true character" means. Along with one's beauty.
 
True beauty is an above average looking women with a good, advanced AND clean soul that shines thru in their actions and personality. As opposed to a women who has a perfectly symmetrical face and fit body but at the lowest level of consciousness.

Sure, the latter might be objectively "attractive," but the former I would consider actually beautiful and much more attractive.



Past a point of a higher level of consciousness one will automatically "feel" how incredibly unnatural and even alien-like the stereotypical Instagram model look is when seen in real life.

At best that look looks somewhat attractive (yet something is always off regardless with that extreme) in a 2D setting. When seen in real life its very uncanny how plastic and Grey looking these women look In the face.

So much make up it looks like they're paralyzed in the face or as if I'm looking at an empty shell.

When a man or women have good personalities, the attractiveness goes up. Their soul expressed thru their actions and even facial expressions gives them beauty. In my opinion, I feel this beauty only grows the more clean the throat chakra is.



Of course the jews naturally being ugly at the soul level have to try to brainwash people to think covering your natural face as much as possible (and now the rest of the body) and lie that that is "real" beauty. It's pathetic.

We need to influence people around us otherwise.
 
I spent much of my youth thinking that appearance is what matters the most. No one wants someone unattractive, largely, yet this is something I've come to know as what's called social conformity, that people are shaped by their environments and believe that the behaviour of people around them creates universal truth. It takes massive deprogramming to remove these ideas completely from our minds.

Over time I had problems I had to learn to overcome. One example is the loss of a tooth near the front of my mouth.

I now realize that these ideas of beauty are indeed superficial. It's a person's character and values that shape their appearance more than their actual physical appearance does. Now that I'm a little older I find people very attractive based on the above. Some people could be a little overweight even, yet it's the way they carry themselves that makes them attractive to me the most.

By this, I mean their personality, (at times) the way the dress, their microexpressions and all those teeny-tiny little things that make them who they are. People who seek to 'beautify' themselves are just like the Kardashians, not being true to themselves and creating a disgusting facade to make people like them.

True beauty is loving and accepting yourself completely and emulating that through your mind, body and soul. We are so much more than just our physical appearance and Satanism teaches us this (as above, so below).

It seems like human nature to want what we don't have. Women want straight hair when they have curly hair, or vise versa. People today are altering their physical form in such an unhealthy way (fillers, surgery, etc) and this is being encouraged by all these abhorrent filters on people's cellphones. They promote us to lie to ourselves.

I find it strange how humans seemed to have this problem for a long time. How women in medieval Europe compressed their waists to make them unnaturally thin, leading to organ problems. Another thing was putting lead on their face to get that porcelain-white appearance. Or how in China women compressed their feet to be tiny so that they have a doll-like appearance.

It pains me so much that humanity has fallen so, even back then. We are all blessed to be in the company of the Gods, our Satanic family and truth. Thank you for sharing this Lydia! It comes at a time of great need considering what our youngest generations are being forced to live through.
 
It’s been said before here in the JoS about how humanity has fallen to a low level.
100% agree with this post, it's really getting out of hand.
Y'know its interesting, I've been looking for information online on how to improve my style and looks because these things are important to many aspects of one's life. It's also known as "Pretty privilege". You are taken more seriously, have better relationship prospects, treated better by society and have better career opportunities. Just to name a few benefits.
Everyone knows this is fact - you can either cry about it, or get in and get paid.

You can't "un-ugly" genetics but you can certainly make changes so that you are more attractive, some of which outlined in Lydia's post. We are also lucky that we have spells and meditations that will attract good partners to us, so we have an advantage by default.

The thing about style and looks is that they are SO objective - (unless you're going for something baseline like "be hygienic") - something or someone I might deem attractive is completely unattractive to others. What we are doing by honing our style and looks is filtering out the people who won't be interested in our genuine selves and giving ourselves the best chance at life we can get.

Side note - I always laugh at memories I have of guys who I'm not even dating commenting on what I eat. Guys I've dated have never even dared to say stuff like that. It's great because I can filter these controlling freaks out of my life early on, it's just... so pathetic. Women have never given a fuck about what I eat. I feel like this is opposite gender stuff and it's powerful because we are looking for opposite gender validation these days.
 
I have my own standards, and I can tell you that a fat or overly curvy woman is simply devoid of any elegance, and does not express any delicate characteristic of femininity.

It may be alienating to say, but I don't even consider them real females if they don't express these characteristics. I look at them as I would look at any other man. Adding a note, what do black people find attractive about black women? The only semblance of beauty I can see is only in those women who imitate the style of white men, otherwise they have all the wrong features in all the wrong places.

Just curious, what do you find attractive in these women?

For everyone to know I am not black, my ass is whiter than the sun, my family is white. My neighbors are white, my community is white. I understand that some of you may think I am black due to my name. It represents my ability to destroy. I am a warrior in the soul and if I become a god, for sure I will be like ANDRAS.



The above is not for you, vira,. I won't give you any of my time or energy. You are one of four that I don't like in the forums and am suspicious about. I was born with the ability of Physiognomy my look at people never missed.
 
Thank you for your kind words HPS Lydia. One has to take care of the body and the soul to be a complete person and to love oneself.
 
It’s been said before here in the JoS about how humanity has fallen to a low level.

The Sacral chakra rules sexuality, creativity, pleasure. Blockages here result in neuroticism, and this has manifested as a neurotic obsession over physical appearance. When people have no access to their higher chakras (higher states of consciousness), they are stuck on the level of what is or isn’t considered physically attractive.

An example about the neurotic obsession over what is or isn’t considered physically attractive: a lot of what is considered to be beautiful, objectively is not. Many clothing trends are objectively ugly, yet because fashion companies push them as attractive, the lower people with low consciousness believe them, without thinking for themselves if it is truly beautiful or not. And a lot of clothes and hairstyles that are objectively beautiful are harshly disregarded as being “outdated” and called ugly, simply because the media says so. Most people don’t even try thinking for themselves, they are programmed.

Another manifestation is neuroticism over food (Sacral chakra rules pleasure, this ties in with the sense of taste). Anorexia and other eating habits are prevalent, in fact anorexia has risen among young men (but is still far more common among women due to society’s pressure on women to be “skinny”).

You might remember the “armpit fat” craze some years ago, with celebrities being shamed for having a tiny bit of flesh showing at the top of their armpits. Magazines and internet articles would have pictures with red circles around women’s armpits when they wore strapless or thin strap dresses, showcasing the tiny bit of flesh. This is neurotic.

Paying attention to one’s looks is fine, such as wearing the best colors for your skin tone and having a flattering haircut. But people who are mentally low and stuck on the Sacral level with blockages in this chakra can’t even get a grip on reality. It’s not just women; too many men these days spend a ridiculous amount of time trying to make their hair look like an anime character, and obsessing over removing body hair, or trying to squeeze into the skinniest jeans they can.


It’s healthy to care about your baseline physical appearance:

-exercise so you feel good and have vitality (without being obsessed over precise body fat percentages or a number on the scale; and not harshly judging those who have “armpit fat” or a “muffin top”)

-wear clothes that you like and flatter your individual body type with colors that flatter your skin tone (without obsessing over what is currently trendy; and not harshly judging those who are wearing clothes that are “outdated”)

-have a hairstyle you like (without spending an hour or more every day styling it; and not harshly judging those who don’t have a hairstyle that is considered modern and trendy)

-per le donne che lo desiderano, truccarsi in modo da accentuare il proprio aspetto (non spendere più di un'ora ogni giorno a far sembrare il proprio viso di plastica con tonnellate di "contouring/illuminante/abbronzante/ecc"; e non giudicare severamente coloro che preferiscono apparire di più naturale)


Quando liberi la tua mente e il tuo chakra sacrale, puoi elevarti verso l'alto. Avrai un atteggiamento più rilassato riguardo al tuo aspetto, accetterai di più il tuo aspetto e giudicherai meno l'aspetto delle altre persone. Con questo non intendo accettare l'obesità e il disprezzo per l'igiene personale, intendo dire che non sarai ossessionato all'infinito da una lentiggine o da un sopracciglio vagante o dall'esatta percentuale di grasso corporeo.

Qualcosa di molto più importante dell'aspetto fisico è la personalità . Come nella persona reale : i tuoi attributi, il carattere, gli interessi, gli hobby, le abitudini, il modo di parlare, le qualità, le cose che hai imparato e così via.

La personalità si sviluppa correttamente quando tutti i chakra sono puliti e aperti. Una persona con il chakra della Gola chiuso, bloccato e sporco non ha ancora nemmeno una personalità realmente funzionante, quindi perché rimanere bloccata al livello Sacrale? È inutile, quando c'è molto di più in una persona. Gli esseri umani hanno molto più potenziale del semplice aspetto fisico; abbiamo anche le nostre menti e le nostre anime da sviluppare.

Per i giovani membri qui, non preoccuparti molto di ciò che i tuoi coetanei e i media dicono del tuo aspetto. Sappi che si trovano a un livello di coscienza inferiore e che ci sono cose molto più importanti di cui preoccuparsi. Per quanto riguarda i disturbi alimentari, è necessario mangiare abbastanza per alimentare adeguatamente il corpo e la mente; E 'così semplice. Non morire mai di fame. Ignora ciò che dicono e fai semplicemente ciò che è meglio per te.

Pulisci i tuoi chakra, guarisci la tua mente, raggiungi uno stato di coscienza più elevato. Diventa un essere umano pienamente funzionante sulla strada verso la Divinità.
Da donna sono pienamente d'accordo. Vedo sempre più ragazze che seguono le tendenze sui social media. Tendono a copiare e forse a forzare la propria personalità per sentirsi accettati.
Ammetto che a volte anche io mi guardo allo specchio e non mi piaccio ma so che devo semplicemente prendermi cura di me stessa nel modo più sano possibile e continuare ad andare avanti. La vera unicità è nell'anima, che è veramente la cosa più preziosa che abbiamo. Se nutriamo la nostra anima, anche il nostro aspetto risulta valorizzato
 

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan

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