Perfect, Whole and Complete

I woke up this morning feeling all girly as you can probably tell from today’s graphic. But I think it’s good to let your inner feminine shine brightly and sparkle to the nth degree – so ta da! Here we are!

In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole, and complete.

Louise Hay

I’ll admit that when I first began to say affirmations by Louise Hay, this one struck me like a thorn in my side. It felt wrong somehow. Too Pollyanna and false for me. Just the words – perfect, whole and complete – razzed me because my life’s never felt perfect, whole nor complete. My rookie mistake was that I tried repeating it over and over, and each time it felt wrong. Until…I decided to let myself just be with it. So, with Louise Hay as a role model, I figured I’d just give it one more try and here’s what happened.

Open armed, eyes closed, standing as if I were to ready to embrace the world as my favorite friend, I began repeating it. With intention, with belief, erasing all doubts that made me waver from the affirmation, I stood there, feet grounded, body feeling centered, arms wide open, with an intentional smile on my face.

In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole, and complete. In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole, and complete. In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole, and complete. In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole, and complete. In the infinity of life where I am, all is perfect, whole, and complete.

Whenever my mind wandered into anything but that present moment of feeling good, I brought myself back to center and started again. It took me a long time to stay continuously in that present moment – a long time of repetitious recentering, but it was sooo worth it!

Because it changed the way I looked at my life. It changed the way I felt about my life and felt about myself, my circumstances, my feelings, my everything. I saw my life full of positive possibilities instead of negativity. I saw that in this moment all is well and that I didn’t need to do anything else but simply be present, joyful, and full of gratitude.

What a difference it made! Seriously! Gathering moments like that to string together, like a pearl necklace, makes a luminosity for your day like no other. Do you feel like trying it? I suggest you only do it for a few minutes at first because it can tire you out. Perhaps once in the morning and once at night – or even a quickie in the middle of the day if you can. Practice this for a week and let me know how you’re feeling.

I bet you’re smiling more and life feels better! Dare I say it’s like collagen for the soul?

Published by Joyful Change With Yvonne

Joyful Change is embracing the journey to health and wellness of mind, body and spirit. Sometimes we need a little hand holding and support as we process life school. I am here to help you as a Companion and Mentor.

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