Two assets are better than one.

In the eyes of many, one of the greatest assets of a woman is her physical beauty.

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What is more attracting is if she possesses both physical and inner beauty as well.

Despite the doubters and cynics, inner beauty truly does go a long way.

On the large celluloid screen, which most of us love, the actresses that still capture our imagination long after their television series or movie career has ended are the stars who exude inner beauty and charisma.

One such luminary who did that so well was Blair Brown. Not only was she super sexy but her inner beauty truly stood out.

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Let’s reminisce.

“The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd is an American comedy-drama series that aired on NBC from 1987 to 1988, and on Lifetime from 1988 to 1991. It was created by Jay Tarses and stars Blair Brown in the title role.

The show depicts the life of Molly Bickford Dodd, a divorced woman in New York City with a lifestyle that could be described as both yuppie and bohemian.

Molly seems to drift from job to job and relationship to relationship.

Her ex-husband, a ne’er-do-well jazz musician, still cares for her. In fact, nearly every man she meets (and the occasional woman) adores her. Her warmth and emotional accessibility are the root cause of most of Molly’s problems in life.”

As always, thanks Wikipedia.

You see, that’s what made Molly so special was her inner beauty. Not only were the eccentric characters in her life drawn to her, we as an audience were too.

She was so witty and the expressions on her face were priceless.

We have so many priceless Fem Competitors in our global female grappling industry who are absolutely physically gorgeous and internally beautiful as the brightest flowers.

One such sexy girl that comes to mind is Kymberly Jane.

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As you can see, Kymberly clearly has movie star looks and, having met her in person, she flows with an inner beauty that’s unparalleled.

She is so much vibrant fun.

Her wrestling is very vibrant and animated as well.

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We had a chance to cover her matches in Canoga Park, California and fell in love with her. Here are two of them found at http://grapplingstars.com/ 

VS CADENCE

“Kymberly Jane is a stunning Southern California beauty with model looks. She has an extensive resume, probably over 40 matches but most of them in the loss column. Still, she does have the skills when wrestling a newbie like Cadence. The new girl is a street fighter, knowing how to apply chokes and the like so despite little grappling experience, Cadence fights unafraid. Two sexy girls battle in the squared circle in Canoga Park. Enjoy.”

VS SAMANTHA

“Samantha Grace vs Kymberly Jane, Canoga Park. Sunny Southern California is always a great place to shoot submission female wrestling matches and popular and gorgeous industry stars Samantha Grace verses Kymberly Jane fit the bill perfectly. It’s an aggressive showdown inside the famous HTM ring. Lots of strong body scissors from two shapely, curvy, sexy girls in a fully competitive match.”

She is so athletic and sexy.

Her inner beauty shines through as well.

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It’s so nice when Psychology Today agrees with you. They share, “Now there’s evidence that beauty and intelligence (and other positive characteristics) go hand in hand. Evolutionary psychologists have opened a tantalizing line of inquiry onto age-old questions about beauty, and not a moment too soon. Clinical psychologists observe that men and women alike appear more concerned than ever with attractiveness and perceived physical imperfections.”

There’s a doctor in the house.

We have a visiting writer who explains this subject very well.

Cultivating Your Inner Beauty

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By Dr. Carla Goddard

Every woman knows that they may not be what most would call classically beautiful. What we sometimes forget that is the secret of inner beauty that can be just as captivating as the external appearance. Bright eyes that flicker, smiles that warm your heart and the radiant glow that surrounds them when they walk into the room are part of mastering the secret of creating inner beauty. When a woman has mastered the secret art of inner beauty they can fill a room with a welcoming glow. The best part of inner beauty is the fact that unlike our outward appearance, inner beauty does not wrinkle, gray or diminish with age. It only radiates stronger as you cultivate it.

There are a few secrets to cultivating this inner beauty. Just like a garden, it needs to be cared for and nurtured. Sometimes even a weed or two will pop up that needs to be removed. Knowing what your strengths are is the key to cultivating your inner beauty garden. Each woman has certain natural inner gifts from having the patience of a saint to being able to motivate and spur on those around her. Focus on that gift and help it grow stronger.

Those who have mastered the art of inner beauty also know that selflessness is the key. Sincere compliments and encouragement towards others around you will fertilize your inner garden. As a woman one of your natural gifts is that maternal compassion. Cultivating that gift by giving kind attention to those whom you meet daily will increase that warm glow. When you exercise and stretch that maternal compassion to even those people you don’t know, the blossoms in your own garden will bloom into an amazing array of colors.

The secret art of inner beauty is seldom talked about as the world about us tends to focus on outward beauty. Outward beauty will fade with time, but the inner beauty will only outshine itself the more it is cultivated. A woman who can easily, through practiced effort, praise and respect all whom she meets is more beautiful than the one who looks to criticize others. When you put someone else down only reveals that a woman is dependent upon her outward appearance to judge beauty on. Someone once said that “A woman’s beauty shines with age”.

The beauty that this refers to is that the outward beauty of a woman is a direct reflection of her inner beauty.

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Commercialism pushes the idea of outward beauty, but the most beautiful woman in the world are those who have fanned the embers of their spirit to have the flames of love, the flames of hope, the flames of compassion, the flames of courage and most importantly, the flame of a pure heart. These flames are truly the source of the radiant glow which will enable a woman to outshine any outwardly beautiful woman.

This inner beauty cannot be bought with money; it has to be cultivated with time. Just like the planting of a seed, it needs watering, sunshine, and weeding to grow into the amazing flower it was destined to be. Every woman can be beautiful. It begins with cultivating with your own inner beauty.

Carla Goddard, Msc.D. is a Creality Visionary catalyst weaving soul spirituality and business together transforming the chaos of life into a path of peace and prosperity. She is changing the way we engage with life and business by bringing spirituality, ethics and integrity into alignment of who we are by illuminating and expanding ancient wisdom, the power of collaboration, the spirit of creation and the expansion of conscious awareness.

Carla Goddard, Msc.D. is a contemporary Medicine Woman with a background in Metaphysical Sciences. Carla Goddard, Msc.D. is the founder of The Soulvolutional™ Way Coaching Program and We The Women Community.

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