What if it is all actually perfect?

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What is perfection?

Take a moment. Ask yourself “What is perfection?” Now take a breath and release. On your next breath, breathe in through your nose to the count of four then breathe out to the count of four, while internally asking the question, “What is perfection to me?” Continue to do this exercise until you have a clear solid answer. Don’t be surprised if your initial answer grows, expands and changes as you breathe.

Would you be shocked if I told you that EVERYTHING is actually perfect?

About a year ago I learned this lesson; more importantly, I embraced this lesson. I saw it from 360 degrees of perception. There was a very unpleasant situation I was pulled into. I witnessed something in my life getting ready to implode. That worried me and brought me great angst. A dear friend asked me, “What if this is all actually perfect? If it happens, you have a clean slate. If it doesn’t, all will be well.”

I thought about it and realized this is exactly what I tell my clients all the time. Why wasn’t I using my own Wisdom? The answer: I was not ready to see the lesson from that 360 degree perspective. I still had a thread of understanding to gain, and gain I did. I needed to stay in the “observer state” at all times. ALL TIMES! “Good” or “bad”!

What a beautiful way to diffuse any negative or uncomfortable situation–just ask yourself “What if it’s all actually perfect?”

Each moment is perfection, if you choose to see it as such. You are made in God’s perfect image. You are a co-creator of your life and world. Your thoughts create YOUR reality. So…if you think it’s all perfect, won’t it be just that?

What you are actually doing when you say “What if it’s all actually perfect?” is programming the moment or situation with God’s love. You are sending love to anything that causes you angst. LOVE is the antidote to discord.

Now that I have told you this, sit with it. Do the exercise and program your body, mind and spirit with the reminder in any moment which causes you stress or grief to ask yourself “What if it’s all actually perfect?”

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