Stepping down from perfectionism to just being ‘good enough’ may mean entering the world of community, intimacy and abundance. Stepping down from looking for approval, from aloneness and perfectionism may mean entering a world of belonging, solidarity, mutual empowerment, sharing resources and synergizing with others. Steeping down from spiritual aloofness may mean entering a world of sensory grounded embodiment.
In this place of imperfection and being good enough, we don’t have to obsessively focus over tiny details, but can look at the big picture. In this place of imperfection conflict and trouble is possible and it is welcome, not to be feared. In this place of imperfection vulnerability and love are possible.
Stepping down from false transcendence to a place of imperfection we can be with the earth, we can be with the body. We can be vulnerable, we can feel our own and others emotions, our sensations, our energies and tenderly hold what we feel. Here in the embodied imperfection world we can vulnerably and courageously ask for what we need.
Here in the embodiment imperfection world play is possible, shameless, wild and caring sexual expression, soaring joy, magic, adventure, and the celebration body can be present. Genuine grief, anger, frustration and regret are welcome here. You don’t have to fix yourself or fix the world in the imperfection world, you just need to sense deeply and listen. Instead of thinking there’s something wrong with you, listen to what you need to feed in yourself, in community, in life and in the earth that feeds you and your community.
Here, in the embodied world we are blessedly limited, blessedly fragile, blessedly vulnerable and are thus free to embody and live now our unlimited dreams. Here, instead of a desperate struggle for others approval, we can experience our deep community belonging and intersubjective connection with all life. Here we let go of the small control based self and allow a larger force of nature to move through us, to dance through us.