What makes you attractive? Is it your body shape, the contour of your face, the clothes you wear, the color of your hair?
If the truth be told, you are far more than a physical body. You have a spiritual individuality made in the likeness of God that is stunningly beautiful and handsome. This identity has nothing to do with skin, hair, body mass, age, or height. It’s God’s qualities of Truth and Love actively expressed!
You know this from experience. Think about people you hold dear. You love them for the qualities of God they express, not for the formation of a physical body. They are beautiful to you because of the beautiful qualities they radiate.
Mary Baker Eddy wrote, “Beauty is a thing of life, which dwells forever in the eternal Mind and reflects the charms of His goodness in expression, form, outline, and color” (Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures, p. 247).
If you want to cultivate attractiveness, cultivate “the charms of His goodness.” Cultivate spirituality in the shape and form of spiritual mindedness, unselfish love, generosity, kindness, care, tenderness, thoughtfulness, patience, and devoted interest. These qualities and their kin are what make you beautiful and handsome. They are attractive.
Even better, spiritual mindedness does not attract unwanted attention to a physical body. It attracts attention to spiritual individuality, which is the real substance of who you are in the first place!