i was encouraged to consider what my motto was in the Certified Vision Board Counselor course i’m taking and i found that this has been the motto of my life…but what does perfect mean?
in the past, practicing was mostly about fixing myself. i wasn’t good enough—i needed to practice to get better. i still do that, but i’m not defining my perfection based on outer ideals as much. i still want to improve, to be a better person, to gain and refine skills, but it’s more of a sense of perfection being wholeness.
i want to be a whole person and there are areas in my life that are in need of healing. in those areas, i practice to uncover the wholeness, the completeness, the perfection that is there, waiting to be revealed, inhabited, learned…it’s not based on someone else’s perfect body or skills, but on my life, my body, my innate perfection, allowing that to be uncovered, to arise, to unfold as Katy.
integrity = the state or quality of being that is complete (and unbroken). practice makes whole, practice uncovers integrity.
so, here’s my collage that explored this theme–the top border got a bit cut off because my printer isn’t quite wide enough…
i’m working on another collage now that is the turn-around for this motto: practice loving kindness. i’ll post it, too, once it’s done.
i’d be interested in what you are practicing…and what perfect means to you…
3 thoughts on “practice makes perfect?”
To me, perfect means experiencing all the moments I have with awareness and gratitude. Even if the moments are painful, not what I want, unfortunate surprises, etc., when I am aware, the reality has a perfection to it. My practice is to keep noticing. Simple, and not easy.