The mirror effect – II

Often, when we look at a mirror, what we see isn’t our true selves but a reflection of who we are compared to others.

Whoever becomes your reference point determines the perceived value you will have of yourself.

What measure of comparison is limiting the expression of your true potential?

Take another look at the mirror and see differently.

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If you missed it, you can read the first part of “The mirror effect”. Here is the link: “The mirror effect – I

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