The problem isn’t that we are looking for what’s wrong. The problem is that we can very easily slip into only looking for what’s wrong.


 Coming from a point of perfection , our child within one of the things that we’ve seen to be key to our re-transformation is that we are not treated as broken, faulty goods.



In the West, our perception is always looking for what’s wrong. We call it looking for a pathology. Webster’s defines pathology as, “The study of diseases and of the changes that they cause.”



This is a good thing to study. We need to know what’s going wrong in the body, mind and spirit. That’s why we have X-Rays, MRI’s, Mammograms and all kinds of other tests that are designed to go looking for things that may be wrong.



The problem isn’t that we are looking for what’s wrong. The problem is that we can very easily slip into only looking for what’s wrong. Perhaps nothing is wrong but our perception.



This is true in any healing arena. Medical, psychological, emotional or spiritual.

At some point, once we think we understand what’s wrong, we must begin to take action to correct the error. The problem is, the action we tend to take these days isn’t the action that will best serve us. The error may well belong to others.



What we really need is a change in our perception of how we want to recover our life, our child within.



Time and time again, we will work with others who have been told what’s wrong with them. But they don’t know what’s right with them. It’s so easy to focus on what’s wrong, and as we said, it's still important. But we can’t dwell there.



There has to be action out into the unknown of our childhood remembrance.



And that, is why we get stuck on the problem so much.

We can find tremendous amounts of comfort in talking about our problems.

Because if we talk about them and focus on them, then we aren’t talking about or focused on taking action towards a movement of our perception. Because that action can often be scary, we decide to focus on the problem and not rock the boat too much. not look at our belief systems.



So – what is our perception? Have we spent so much time focused on what’s wrong that we can’t see what’s right?



Do we trust our child within enough to allow us to become once more brand new and totally recovered in this moment?

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