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How To Be Medicine

Melanie Brockwell

How To Be Medicine
4 min2016 MAY 31
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I trust everything is perfect.
Q. How can I understand this as perfect?
Q. Where do I need to stand to see the perfection of this?

  1. If you’re distrusting or questioning the perfection, that in itself is part of the perfection.
  2. If you need evidence, then you don’t actually believe that it’s all perfect.
  3. If you don’t actually trust that everything is perfect, then there’s another part of the sentence yet to be revealed i.e. I trust that it’s all perfect when I have evidence.

In making the last part of the sentence visible, we are adding to what we know-believe, rather than correcting or replacing bad information with better information. By acknowledging what was invisible, we are able to ask the question – How can I love and accept the wholeness of my experience when what is true for me is, I trust everything is perfect when I have evidence of its perfection? Rather than, how can I change what is true for me?

This ‘what is’ approach is all it takes to see the world and the self as already awake, interconnected and on purpose. For example, consider the fact that something is invisible is also understood as part of the perfection. So discovering an invisible part of the sentence is not a problem to be solved, but a natural revelation of this moment on purpose. Which means that we can see what we are meant to be able to see in any moment. It means whatever is visible and invisible in this moment, is exactly what it needs to be with nothing to fix, change or heal.

Heart Alchemy doesn’t try to teach you how to become the person who trusts that everything is perfect. All it does is reveal that invisible part of the sentence, and ask – How can you understand that revelation as part of the perfection of who you are (rather than asking, how can you change it)? So, when you reveal that you trust everything is perfect only when there is proof, Heart Alchemy asks…

I trust everything is perfect (when I have proof).
Q. How is my need for proof – my questioning of perfection – part of my perfection? How is it part of my purpose (in this moment)? How does it serve me? How is it sacred?