Staci Hilton

Dear Family and Friends,

The past few years have revealed the power of “failure.” As I told you on Sunday, my past Life was about “perfectionism.” First, of course, there was an awareness that as a spiritual being, my nature is perfect; however, as a human being, there is a 100% chance that there was no way to achieve things being perfect all the time. The realization eventually led me to a self-destruct mode of living. Meaning that since I cannot and will not do it perfectly or be perfect, I might as well intentionally, consciously, or unconsciously destroy that which I am working towards.

Some of you reading this may have no idea why anyone would participate in that behavior; however, many of you have first-hand experience of what is expressed here.

Thankfully, at some point, there was a decision made by my higher self that allowed me to release the idea of planning and preparing for when the stars were all aligned, and just as Nike says, “Do It!”

The value in acting upon those things has given me more Life. There is a new trust and excitement about the adventure and the journey, not just the destination.

The gift of failing forward has provided me with unexpected experiences and opportunities that would have never presented themselves otherwise. God is good! Life is good! Each of our work is to get out there and demonstrate the truth that Life is a fantastic journey and wonderful. Even when we feel we are not a success, the beauty of the “failure” is that we learn even more from that experience than the success would have gifted us.

So go out there and work it! Know that the universe supports you 1000%, and so, by the way, do I.

 

Namasté,
Rev Staci Hylton