Most of us have a real issue looking at ourselves. In the mirror, or in photographs..Looking at ourselves makes most of us get kind'a frozen. How comes that we can appreciate easily other peoples images, but when it comes to us, it's just nearly impossible ?
It is all a question of self-esteem and self-judgement. Cause the truth is that what we see in the mirror does not reflects the reality. The truth is that what we see depends on what we focus on and what we expect to see. Because what we see depends 100% on our internal computer, which is the brain. Our visual system is not just a "capture" tool. To see, we need the image seen by our eyes to be interpreted by the brain, and what we will see, is that interpretation. So as sweet and loving most of us are when looking at someone else's image, as judgemental we are when looking at ourselves. Our self-judgement interferes deeply with what we are going to see. We tend to search for every detail we dislike, instead of looking at the full image. If we belie