Is beauty psychological : Beautiful woman.
Jane Asked: Is beauty psychological?
I read some where that when you look in the mirror your brain makes you 5x prettier than you actually are, or that what you see in the mirror is slightly different due to a psychological thing goin' on. So … is it true ?
I think that could be true.Sometimes I look in the mirror and I honestly think I am so gorgeous and perfect and other times I can't stand myself and I start thinking my eyes are too close together or my skin isn't bright enough or my cheeks are too fat.Depends on my mood, I guess.I know that sounds weird and extreme, but ya.I hope when we look in the mirror, we see ourselves MUCH uglier than we actually are.
I would be fine with it. I think it's much more beautiful of a women who dresses modestly and respects herselfthan girls who dress trashy and don't.
If you want to own jewelry then go ahead and own it. Why do want your religion to dictate everything you do? Think for yourself and try to live a good life, instead of worrying about your imaginary "god".
I assume it is OK to own these items as long as you have killed the witch."Suffer not a witch to live" according to your Holy Book.
Pray about it, how do you feel about the items? The answer lies between you and God. Don't let anyone tell you different. You must make your own peace with the lord, If you pray about it and then still feel uncomfortable, maybe you should get rid of them. The thing to remember is that having such items is not practicing witchcraft. Does God condemn those that carry a rabbit's foot?
God does say not to call on the spirits. So, the quick answer is NO.However, your question does have some interesting possibilities. Because we can ask God to bless objects. And the Bible has many places God blesses items. So, if you or another asks a blessing on an object. I would consider the reverence to such an act as a positive thing.
Ye shall not go after OTHER gods, of the GODS of the people which [are] round about you;
Who or what is the bigger God. Stay away from them. And make sure that you know who God is. Because from what you just told me, you don't know much. There are no Christian witches. There is no white magic either. Only clever words that are designed to seduce you away from God. You already seem to be defending witch craft and now you want to call yourself a Christian but keep the pagan things of the witchcraft. The problem is that you will always know and ponder with different thoughts from time to time. What do you have that relates to God or Christ? Would you rather have those?
God made everything in the universe including the ability to perform witchcraft. Some things do us good while others do us harm. When a woman with a hemorage touched the cloak of Jesus and was healed, Jesus told her she was healed because of her faith. Emphasis on it was not that the clothing Jesus wore was magic, but that she was healed when she touched the cloak because she believed that she would be healed when she touched the cloak.
So even in other stories in the Bible there are props used. Props "prop" up our faith. If we had the faith to believe without them, then why use them? But if we are weak in faith, then use them.
It's like where it says that eating food offered to idols is not a sin, but if a brother believes it is a sin then we should not eat of it, lest he conclude that sinning is acceptable. Basically, if you believe that enchanted items help you, then go ahead and own them, but please don't tell other people that they are enchanted because they may think it is a sin to own them, and you wouldn't want to lead them astray from their faith.
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