It’s All Good if not Perfect

happy childrenEverything is perfect just the way it is. God is everywhere, in everything and if the most powerful force in the Universe is Love and/or creative intension then everything is unfolding perfectly. It may seem otherwise when we are not in tune with “the force” or your “divine plan”. So follow The Consciousness Guide and get connected to a Higher Consciousness to begin to feel the perfection of it all.

The popular saying, “It’s All Good” originated in Rap Music and has now been adopted ironically by upper-middle-class white people. They close their conversations with “It’s all good” to show acceptance for what has happened and inferring that everything is OK.

The most widespread use of “It’s all good” seems to be among people who practice disciplines like yoga and meditation. For this demographic, “It’s all good” has become a kind of New Age, neo-Buddhist mantra, with an American flavor of optimism. It means that every reversal is also an opportunity for personal growth.

Here at the Consciousness Guide we acknowledge that with a view from Higher Consciousness there are no mistakes or bad things that happen. Everything is designed to invoke a step upward in consciousness. It is a new way of looking at life.

While this is a difficult to embrace this kind of attitude when assailed with adversity it is still possible and even necessary.

As Eckhart Tolle says-

“Life will give you whatever experience is most helpful for the evolution of your consciousness. How do you know this is the experience you need? Because this is the experience you are having at the moment.”

Accepting what happens in life requires a surrender of the ego that thinks there is something wrong. Nothing is wrong. It takes a discipline of mind to quit labeling every occurrence as good or bad and truly believe “It’s All Good”.

In fact, it is all perfect just the way it is.


Lindsay Godfree is a Life Coach, Certified Trainer of Infinite Possibilities, freelance writer, award-winning photographer, and creator of The Consciousness Guide.

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