Stacey shares her insights on how to shift from perfectionism to contentment by detaching from the word “perfect.” She suggests reframing the use of the word “perfect” to more authentic expressions to feel more engaged and connected with one’s experience. Stacey encourages listeners to catch themselves saying “perfect” and reframe it to a personalized expression for two weeks to feel more content and relaxed in life.
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Chapters & Topics:
“Practicing Wabi Sabi in Life”
I share my journey of practicing Wabi Sabi in my life. I discuss the trap of perfectionism and how saying the word “perfect” keeps you in a perfectionist mindset. By seeing the beauty in imperfection you’re able to let go of the need for control.
Detaching from the Perfectionist Disease
I share two hacks to help detach from the word “perfect” and release oneself from the grip of perfectionism. Part one is easier for those just starting their healing journey, while part two is for those who have been on a personal development journey for several years. By embodying more of what you like and love, you can send out positive energy to the universe and receive more of it in return.
Shifting from Perfectionism to Contentment
I share how to shift from perfectionism to contentment by reframing the use of the word “perfect” to more personalized expressions. I suggest alternatives so you can feel the energy difference in those statements. I also encourage you to catch yourself saying “perfect” and reframe it to a personalized expression for two weeks to feel more content and relaxed in life – it’s a 2-step process to detach from the word “perfect”
Shifting Language for Empowerment
I also share tips on how to shift your language – replacing the word “perfect” with more empowering words. I even suggest referencing oneself in the third person, as taught in Buddhist training, to detach from the ego mind. I encourage the listeners to try it out and notice how their mood and body shifts after a few days or weeks of practice.