“Sometimes a thing needs to be retaught its loveliness.”
— Thomas Merton
I found these quotes in a book I read awhile ago called Loveability, by Robert Holden. (FYI, I recommend the book.) I love the quotes (and the people who said them.) I relate. In fact, it’s a rather succinct description of what I do. I help “reteach” folks (put them back into contact with) their unique, eternal loveliness. We forget how truly sacred and perfect we are, AS we are. Right now. I am deeply interested in reminding you (and me) about that.
So here’s the thing: it’s not about becoming Eternal Loveliness. We ARE that. In every expansive, glorious, wretched, confusing, “shameful,” fearful and “ugly moment.
It is ALL the Eternal Loveliness. Not later when we somehow effort our way into a “higher” frequency, when we are “over” our “issues,” or when we have it “all together!” We are ALL, TOGETHER. Right now. We are the All. We are the One. The Wholeness. Every bit of it is valid and necessary for Infinity to be Infinity. Not only does “sometimes a thing need to be re-taught it’s loveliness,” but it seems to me that we “things” are learning that there is no part of us, no behavior that is not an expression of that Eternal Field of Love. Every bit of us is gorgeous. Just take a look at your selfie. 😉 <3