Perfection in all

There is absolute perfection in each and every moment that we experience, though the world may seem chaotic, loveless and without compassion we are surrounded by love; enveloped by compassion and guided by intuition. Make the connection with present moment awareness and see that there is nothing wrong in this moment right now. You are fine and all is well.

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Perfection in all

9 thoughts on “Perfection in all

  1. I must say that this is so far my favorite episode of A Quiet Mind. When you started talking about some of the things going on in the world, that was a profound moment. I think you should talk more about the practice, and in relation to the world we live in. That mix is very powerful, and brings this podcast to a new level of involvement with us listeners. Thank you so much for keeping this podcast going.

  2. Hi Amber,
    Nice to hear from you:) Thanks for the input and I will talk more about present moment circumstances in future podcats.


  3. Where are the podcasts. I keep getting all of the messages but when I try to find the podcasts they are no where to be found. I don’t know about the subscription things, I just want to go to a listing, find the podcast and download it. Can you tell me how to do that? There has to be a directory of them SOMEWHERE! (notice the frustration level is increasing? šŸ˜‰

    Thanks, Scott

  4. I thought this podcast was wonderful. Very inspiring and insightful. It is great when you bring in real world issues/experiences….it really makes it relevant and helps me to apply it to my own life and thinking. The idea and the realization that you are perfect as you are is so powerful – but that doesn’t limit ourselves to getting “better.” (I am not sure that is the proper way to say that.) For instance in my yoga practice, my downward facing dog is perfect, but that doesn’t mean that I can’t enhance that pose, making it better, more meaningful. Is that the correct way to look at that?

    I have one question about living in the present. I get that we have to pay attention to what is happening right now and be at peace with that. When do we plan for future events? Is there a different way of looking at this? I mean, I have to plan what I am going to have for dinner, I have to plan my travel itinerary for the next month. How do you do those things but stay in the right here, right now?

  5. I loved this podcast! It seemed to be such a perfect summation of everything that had come before, I was afraid that you had planned it to be the last. I’m glad to know that you’re continuing. I don’t have anything else to say, other than thank you.

  6. Perfection in all

    This podcast seems to have been deleted, unfortunately. Reading all the nice things people who have heard this podcast have to say it seems a real shame it is missing. I assume it’s some technical glitch. Can you possibly locate a backup and post it again, please?

    Thank you

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