Seeing beauty is in itself an act of self regulation, as it is orienting oneself towards an inner resource. Beauty connects us with a sense of natural harmony.
'Beauty is in the eye of the beholder' is true not only when used to describe the fact that what we consider as beauty-full is subjective.
Beauty is literally in the eye of the beholder, as the recognition of beauty is an act of self healing and self regulation.
It is an innate resource and therefore regardless of personal taste, seeing anything as beauty-full is actually beauty-fuelling and beauty-filling the beauty-seer.
A moment of acknowledging beauty is a moment of presence that is sending a ripple of deep trust in ones own system, as it is a reflection of the harmonious nature of well being.
Recognising beauty is a political and a rebellious act – protecting and supporting the connective nature of Nature and its beautiful manifestation, us included.
Take the time to see beauty, acknowledge beauty, feel the beauty fuelling gratitude for seeing it, for beholding it.