When I was younger, I used to look into my own eyes in the mirror. I saw myself trapped inside a body that wasn't my own. With the gaze of my eyes I urged myself on with encouragement. This sensation is an extremely strange one to describe. It was as if, in the frame of an analogy, I wanted to unzip myself from the top of my head to the bottom of my toes. I wanted to unzip everything to let all the negative things inside fall out into a messy heap onto the floor. Once expelled, I would feel liberated. I would no longer feel confined by the skin holding me too tightly together.
Our bodies are strange mechanisms. We are never conscious of everything going on within us because it happens in the absence of our awareness. Take some time to focus on your breath and appreciate the perfect air filling up those lungs. Visualise everything good being absorbed into your cells as you breathe in. Concentrate on expelling all unnecessary feelings and negativity outward as you breathe out.
Once I began to become more aware and appreciative for everything my body does for me, the need to unzip myself ceased (I know it sounds ridiculous). I now visualise everything in my body working with me and for me. Through this, I can pay extra attention to anything that needs work. We need to associate ourselves in the frame of our own bodies. Although those facial features may not properly define the person within, getting to become more acquainted with these capsules makes them work more in our favour.