There Is No Such Thing As Perfection

There Is No Such Thing As Perfection

There Is No Such Thing As Perfection. If you are the type of person who is a perfectionist, your flaw is that you think you are perfect. Too perfect for yourself to be able to admit you have this flaw so you can fix this, improve upon yourself, and grow from it.

Perfection is actually a negative attribute to have because it says that you are too good not only for yourself but also towards others. You treat yourself in this egotistical perception, and it can rub off on others, which in turn evolves into a negative attitude about yourself. Perfectionism can be the worst attribute and perception you have about yourself. Or someone whom you may know is like this. 


There are two ways to ground your highly perceptive attribute about yourself. Personal development and martial arts. Being perfect may carry yourself in a positive manner, but how many people have you been able to find and connect with who are just like you in the perfectionist regard?

How do you learn from one another if you are too perfect for each other? How are you able to grow from perfectionism? You can’t. Because your thoughts are of perfectionism, which actually slows your personal development down and decreases your personal growth.

In the video below, I discuss the nature of how there is no such thing as perfection, and how martial arts can ground that attribute and force it right out of you. To learn more, watch the video below.

There Is No Such Thing As Perfection (Video):


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Stay positive, keep smiling, and carry on! 






Colleen Burns


SKYPE: colleen.burns62

PS: To learn about the metaphysics of your ego, click here…

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