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by Charity Allen Winters,Cynthia Culp Allen

eBook The Beautiful Balance for Body and Soul download ISBN: 0800758692
Author: Charity Allen Winters,Cynthia Culp Allen
Publisher: Fleming H. Revell Company (October 1, 2003)
Language: English
Pages: 224
ePub: 1410 kb
Fb2: 1500 kb
Rating: 4.3
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Womens Health

Allen, Cynthia Culp, 1954-; Winters, Charity Allen. The beautiful balance - Makeover miracles - The mane thing - More than skin deep - The windows of your soul - Loose lips or luscious lips?

Allen, Cynthia Culp, 1954-; Winters, Charity Allen. The beautiful balance - Makeover miracles - The mane thing - More than skin deep - The windows of your soul - Loose lips or luscious lips? - - Hands that walk, feet that talk - Fragrance of beauty for body and soul - Dressing for (spiritual) success - All that glitters - Epilogue : the finishing touch.

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In this upbeat book, a fun-loving mother/daughter team guides women in finding a realistic balance between physical and spiritual beauty. They offer plenty of encouragement, inspiration, and practical tips for a complete miracle makeover. Be the first to ask a question about The Beautiful Balance for Body & Soul.

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by Cynthia Culp Allen and Charity Allen Winters.

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THE BEAUTIFUL BALANCE FOR BODY & SOUL Beauty Secrets for Looking Your Best Inside... • Refocus on the "main thing." • Cleanse and protect your heart. • Reflect the light of Jesus. • Dress for spiritual success. ...And Out • Pick the hairstyle that's right for your face. • Give yourself a winning manicure. • Choose the right colors for your makeup - and your wardrobe. • Find your signature scent. The Beautiful Balance for Body and Soul is packed with expert tips and affordable solutions to meet all of your beauty needs. And it gives you biblical advice on nurturing a radiant soul - bringing out the true beauty that draws others to Christ.
Comments: (3)
SARAND
I liked this book, though in places I felt there was a bit too much emphasis on physical beauty ideals and perfectionism, as well as in pleasing other people and meeting their expectations. One of the authors had a friend who told her she was "broad across the beam," and she went through a weight loss as a result of that remark by choice and worked out not to be as "broad" as described. To me that said "insecure" and not "empowered." I don't think she needed to make any such choice based on a remark from a friend. The actual advice about beauty, fashion, etc, was great, but there seemed to be an emphasis on acquiring a "perfect" balance where one simply isn't in existence. A perfectionistic, insecure woman might try to make everything as perfect as possible and strive too hard and beat herself up if she falls short in any of the areas. The book isn't for anyone who might swing to that extreme in beauty/self improvement areas. I definitely agreed with the scriptural points made and the biblical study that was emphasized and the life applications therein. I liked that very much about the book. And I do think the beauty advice itself was helpful and informative, and it is good that they made the point in the book that it is not a Christian thing to NOT pay any attention to physical appearance, as it is part of who we are and it's important to take care of ourselves in that area. I agree completely. You don't have to look plain to be a holy Christian woman. But we cannot achieve realistically a "perfect" balance, so don't let that aspect of pressure "get to you" if you read this book. I liked it and have had it on my shelf for years now, but don't read it with the idea of something to strive for; who you are in Christ is already beautiful. The pages have a lot you can glean things from, but there are human insecurities and perfectionism I believe present in both authors (the every calorie being written about in journals and having a number of journals for different purposes) implies perfectionism to me, and I find myself as I read and reread wishing both authors had realized that they do not have to strive for constant self improvement in terms of beauty or the spiritual work. I'm not saying we don't need to walk with God in a way that we grow and learn, but there's a difference between that type of growth and the product of perfectionism and fears/insecurities that lead to that. There's a hyper focus and perfectionistic pursuit that can actually keep you from moving forward or having healing or growing in confidence, and I think that struggle is partly reflected in the book with the authors. But no woman is perfect, and they, just as the rest of us, have issues and wounds and private pains we know nothing about; perfectionism in women is often expected and praised if a woman shows that strive for total control/balance/peace/self improvement, but sometimes we need to grow but also know when to draw the line and just "be" and be at peace with healthy self acceptance.
betelgeuze
Dear fellow searchers,
Please understand that I, like you, was looking for little encouragement in my personal life. This book, however, has only led to frustration. There is a lot of good in this book, but much produces cause for concern.
To suggest that a "Victoria's Secret Model" (p.45) should be one's standard for beauty is superficial at best and dangerous at worst. I have a friend who remarked that had she read this book during her more formidable years, she would have been trapped in the secular materialism evident in today's fashion-magazine culture. No one will ever look like the air-brushed women in Victoria's Secret. No one.
Another example is the author's remark: "God understands that people need nice clothes to fit into this world." (p. 170) God knows the inside of all of us. This book is detrimental, and serves to reinforce the meterialism of our present society.
Can we all look like our "favorite Victoria's Secret Model?" Should we, as believers in God, be concerned with another's appearence?
This is not the book I had anticipated. I highly recomend that you look somewhere else. Most of the book is unnecessary filler and disheartening for a Christian book.
Please understand that this is not meant to tear appart the authors. I am only concerned with the pain of women who will find this book as an unreachable standard.
Enila
I received this as a gift a as I read the book I was able to learn how to put all aspects of my life into a "Beautiful Balance". The authors have shared personal things that they have done in their lives to help them achieve their"beautiful" bodies(what ones of us haven't taken pictures out of magazines as our goal as to what we want to look like. God doesn't ask us to be frumpy,plain women that don't care how we look, he wants us to shine for him in everything we do. This book brought out that we are to be the reflection of Christ and in my mirror of Christ he was plain or frumpy. I hope that as you read this book you can gain some things to help you achieve and maintain that "Beautiful Balance for body and soul. Well done Cynthia and Charity.