God Thinks You’re Perfect

I don’t think I’ve ever been so connected and in flow for any job the way I am feeling about this one. It’s an extraordinary feeling. I don’t feel like I work. I feel like I’m fulfilling a calling at the moment. That I’m here exactly because I’m meant to. It’s very different from anything else I’ve ever experienced in my professional career. 

TéO: the reason is that for the first time you are completely being present to this job and as a result everything is flowing for you. Being in surrender. Your ego is supporting your growth. It just needs to be loved and to recognize it doesn’t need to protect you. That you are protected by God and that it too is a part of who is being protected. Surrender and let go in all aspects. You recognized that even though you have lived your life believing that you don’t care what other people think of you- you actually do, on a very deep level. It’s not that you care if people talk behind your back- it’s about wanting the accolades. It’s about wanting the recognition and that is in fact caring what people think. And there’s nothing wrong with that, it’s part of human existence. Where it becomes a detriment is when you alter your work attitude and actions for the sake of human accolades. The only accolades worth striving for are the ones you get from within. God thinks you are perfect and beautiful and wonderful. So if this is the case then how does it matter what anyone else thinks. Imagine if before you acted for recognition you simply remembered this thought…God thinks I’m perfect. Anything else is icing on the cake. 

Published by Niki Chopra Richardson

TéO is my name for God. But it is also interchangeable with my my guardian angels who send me messages, answer my questions and often take over my writing. This explains italics, pull quotes, headers and tense person changes. I’ve attempted to differentiate Their thoughts and words from mine. Learning to Let Go and Let Go(d). Trusting Surrender.

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