Having been in the personal healing and growth industry for over 35 years, I guess you could say I’ve seen and learned allot of stuff. For one, everybody struggles - at some point, for some reason. Second, people are incredibly resilient – in every way imaginable. And third, while we are all wonderfully unique, there are clear themes and similarities in how we overcome adversity time and time again.
One of these themes I’ve been researching is the link between grace, imperfection and real power. At first glance, you might wonder, ‘what does imperfection have to do with grace and especially power?’. Well, after observing and guiding folks for more than 3 decades, I can tell you that without grace you will never embrace your own imperfections (not to mention everybody else’s) and without that, real power will forever elude you.
There are a handful of definitions of grace, the one to which I am referring is ‘the quality or state of being respectful, compassionate and honorable’. Most important is extending grace to yourself first, after all we cannot give away what we do not already possess.
With inner grace comes the gentle acceptance of imperfection, for it is imperfection in ourselves and others that clarifies the pathway ahead. With the mastery of grace and the acceptance of imperfection comes real power.
Love & Spirit, Kimble
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