Having a hard time wrapping your head around being perfect? Well let's look at a few definitions of the word "perfect," shall we? Firstly, we have good-ole Merriam Webster:
Definition of perfect 1. a : being entirely without fault or defect, b : satisfying all requirements, c : corresponding to an ideal standard or abstract concept, d : faithfully reproducing the original 2. expert, proficient 3. a : pure, total, b : lacking in no essential detail, c : absolute, unequivocal, d : of an extreme kind
Do you see that? Entirely without fault or defect? Expert? Pure, total? Yep, that's you and me and all of us. We are all perfect. We are all "absolute, unequivocal and lacking in no essential detail." Take a deep breath, let that sink in. Feel how perfect you truly are.
You are perfect, and if you're having a hard time accepting that maybe you want to look at how you've perceived perfection up until this point. Release whatever negative thoughts or associations you might be holding onto. Like, if you felt like your parents expected you to be "perfect" when you were little and you got in trouble when you didn't meet their expectations. Or when you thought you found the "perfect" partner and they disappointed you or betrayed your trust. You can do this. You can let go of anything less than pure and absolute giddiness and joy when it comes to your feelings on perfection. Take another deeeeeep breath. Let the true meaning of "perfect" soak all the way in, down to your guts, down to your DNA, down to the smallest, tiniest, subatomic particle. Now, let's redefine perfect. Let's really change our reality. Here we go:
Definition of perfect 1. a : you, b: YOU 2. Yep, you are perfect. 3. YOU are PERFECT!